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The Most Fun Outdoor Crafts for National Backyard Day on March 19th

The Most Fun Outdoor Crafts for National Backyard Day on March 19th

The Most Fun Outdoor Crafts for National Backyard Day on March 19th

Are you ready to celebrate National Backyard Day in style? Get ready for some outdoor crafting adventures that will have you feeling like a DIY superstar! Whether you're a crafting novice or a seasoned pro, these fun and quirky projects are sure to bring a smile to your face (and maybe a few laughs along the way).

Flower Pot Painting

Materials Needed: flower pots, Kwik Stix, and a flower

  1. Paint the flower pot with Kwik Stix
  2. Plant a flower into the flower pot
  3. Place outside for the Spring

Check out this craft on Instagram @ourlivelyadventures

Mermaid Tails

Materials Needed: cardboard, Kwik Stix, Scissors, and string

  1. Cut a piece of cardboard into the shape of a mermaid tail
  2. Paint with Kwik Stix
  3. Tie a string to the top of the mermaid tail and place over head
  4. Walk around with a colorful mermaid tail!

Check out this craft on Instagram @wildflowers_and_mama

 Outdoor Painting

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix and paper

  1. Paint the flowers that you see in the backyard with Kwik Stix
  2. Display in your home for a Spring decoration!

Check out this craft on Instagram @rachelphillips3

Painted Rocks

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix and rocks

  1. Collect rocks in your backyard and bring to a table
  2. Paint each rock with Kwik Stix
Check out this craft on Instagram @mrsgreaux

Leaf Painting

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix and Leaves

  1. Collect leaves in your backyard
  2. Paint with Kwik Stix
  3. Optional: stamp painted leaves onto paper
Check out this craft on Instagram @littlelaude

Outdoor Painting

Materials Needed: sticks, rocks, and Kwik Stix

  1. Collect sticks and rocks in the backyard 
  2. Paint with various colored Kwik Stix

Check out this craft on Instagram @homeschoolinghomestead

Flower Threading

Materials Needed: cardboard, Kwik Stix, pointy object to puncture holes, and flowers
  1. Collect small flowers in the backyard
  2. Paint a butterfly onto cardboard with Kwik Stix
  3. Puncture holes into the butterfly
  4. Place the stem of flowers into the cardboard

Check out this craft on Instagram @spire.kids

 Caterpillar in Grass

Materials Needed: cardboard, Kwik Stix, googly eyes, pipe cleaners, pompoms, glue, and scissors

  1. Cut out 5 circles from your cardboard
  2. Paint each one with Kwik Stix
  3. Glue together
  4. Glue on googly eyes
  5. Glue onto pipe cleaners and pompoms

Check out this craft on Instagram @keepme_busy