I love rainbows! Spring weather is around the corner and I’m all about the sunshine so I rounded up a bunch of rainbow craft ideas from some of my favorite creative blogs. Some of these would be fun rainbow crafts for kids and a few of them are geared towards adults, but they’re all bright and cheery!
If you’re in a sewing mood, I have a round up of rainbow sewing tutorials too.
Rainbow craft ideas
I adore these little rainbow pinecone fairies from Twig and Toadstool, I can’t get over how cute the pinecone bodies are.
I saw this rainbow heart wreath from Hello, Wonderful around Valentine’s Day but I think it would be fun any time of year and is super simple.
You’ll never guess what craft material makes the colors for this rainbow candle holder from Moms and Crafters.
Rainbow magnets from Red Ted Art would be a great replacement for my random magnet collection that looks raggedy.
Rainbow vases from Family Food and Faith would be fun to make with kids!
A sweet rainbow mobile from Hattifant is a printable coloring file.
Rainbow tissue paper art from Mum in the Mad House is so bright and cheery; we have tried this method before and it’s a lot of fun without making a big mess.
Coloring Danish hearts from Pink Stripey Socks look like a great activity for tweens or teens.
Rainbow pour pots from Messy Little Monster are a great spring craft idea, my kids would be all about this method.
This printable rainbow spinner from Incredibusy is interesting, click through to see how it works once you cut it out!
I’m always seeing this rainbow fleece no-sew scarf from The Decorated Cookie on Pinterest, and it looks really easy.
Rainbow paper plate craft from I Heart Crafty Things would be a perfect beginning sewing project for little people.
This rainbow onesie from Welcome to the Mouse House is quick and easy, using painter’s tape on fabric is brilliant.