Enjoy an afternoon of fresh air, open-ended art, bright colors and bunnies and chicks, with this fun kids spring DIY!
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Freebie: Bunny & Chick Twig Trees for hello, Wonderful

Enjoy an afternoon of fresh air, open-ended art, bright colors and bunnies and chicks, with this fun kids spring DIY!

Eeeep! Spring is almost springing, and I just can’t wait a minute longer for it! It might still be in the 40’s here (with occasional snow) but I’ve already packed up my winter frocks and swapped glittery white flakes for bright yellow feathers. Until the real blooms arrive, I’ve covered my tabletops with colorful sprays of twig & tissue flowers, pulled out our Peter Rabbit crafts and combined the two to make these bunny and chick trees!

Enjoy an afternoon of fresh air, open-ended art, bright colors and bunnies and chicks, with this fun kids spring DIY!

If you’re looking for a simple activity that incorporates a little bit of nature, a little bit of art and a whole lot of cuteness, hop over to hello, Wonderful to check out our bunny and chick trees! In addition to looking oh so adorable, this hits all the sweet spots of spring crafting with kids…let me explain.

You can create a full afternoon of it by going on a twig retrieval mission, doing some spring watercolor painting, working on scissor skill work, finishing up with some creative decoration time and don’t forget the final unveiling!

Enjoy an afternoon of fresh air, open-ended art, bright colors and bunnies and chicks, with this fun kids spring DIY!

OR print out and prep these little “ornaments,” then just add crayons. Short on time and help from little hands, but want to create something similar for a spring shower or your own decor? I’ve been there, so I scanned in our painted watercolor versions and added a PDF page for that.

Enjoy an afternoon of fresh air, open-ended art, bright colors and bunnies and chicks, with this fun kids spring DIY!
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About Amanda Eldridge

With a passion for cultivating imagination, Amanda aims to help families discover their creative potential and be inspired to make the world a better place through art, play, adventure, activism, conservancy, and community. When not playing with ideas, designs and projects for barley & birch, Amanda enjoys working as a modern art curator and managing her own small design business.

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