Top 10 Craft Bloggers For This Spring Season

TOP 10 Craft Bloggers

Out goes the cold weather and in comes spring sunshine and exciting holiday season!

It’s that time of year again where we pack away our skis, snowboards and snow boots to the far reaches of our basement. And as the snow begins to melt it’s time to make space for exciting spring crafts to help welcome the colourful season.

From Easter and St Patrick’s day to Mother and Father’s Day, the spring season brings us the opportunity for some of the best holiday decorating of the year. We have all been held back from a creative block, or have been haunted by failed Pinterest attempts. I’m here to encourage your creative juices again by connecting you with the best in the business!

Get ready for this to be your brightest spring yet with the help of these top 10 craft bloggers.

St. Patrick’s Day – March 17th

Make and Takes – Marie (Twitter)


Once a year, it becomes tradition to throw on everything green you own and celebrate with friends and family. If you love showing holiday spirit through crafts and cards, Marie LeBaron’s ‘Make and Takes’ will be the place to help make it happen with a whole St Patrick’s Day segment. Get lucky with her recent posts, 10 Ways to Catch a Leprechaun and Shamrock Rice Krispie Pops. Make the best of your time with your kids and take notes on the some of craftiest ideas of the year!

A Little Pinch of Perfect – Katie (Twitter)


By filling her kids’ daily agendas with crafts and activities, Katie has discovered the perfect way to flourish their artistic abilities. With a ton of experience you can be certain she has some great tricks up her sleeve to get creative this St. Patrick’s Day. Check out some of these crafts to fill your home with joyful green decorations!

Hands On as We Grow – Jamie (Twitter)


Let your kids’ creativity shine this year during St. Pattie’s Day with some great in house crafts using materials you already have. Jamie is the host of HOAWG and has a creative flare for making simple rainbows, shamrocks and exciting new green crafts with material you likely have on hand. If you browse through her blog I’m sure you‘ll find your very own pot of gold!

Easter – March 27th

Today’s Creative Life – Kim (Twitter)


Keep your ideas simple but creative with Kim’s inspiring DIY Easter decorating projects. She loves to share affordable crafts that are family friendly and entertaining during the holidays. From egg holders to treat bags and jar fillers, crafting has never been so easy to share! With the help from her tips and tutorials, this year’s decorating will be more fun than ever.

Positively Splendid – Amy Bell (Twitter)


Bring your treats to life this Easter as Amy shows you how to make cute colorful and delicious crafts. These ideas will help sweeten up simple packaging to share your creative holiday spirit with your friends. By decorating with Amy’s help, you will not only save time, but I’m positive you will have a splendid Easter holiday.

The Magic Onions – Donni (Pinterest)


This blog is full of happiness and family love. Donni will guide you through creating perfect springtime decorations. She will show you how to change tacky, unoriginal decorations into simple but beautiful crafts to fill your home. Check out some of her recent work on DIY Blue Pom Pom Bird for your kids or her Butteryfly Gold Flower Vase for home deco ideas. Crack open your colorful eggs as you embark through great tutorials for making the best of this year’s Easter.

Echoes of Laughter – Angie (Twitter)


Crafting doesn’t have to be complicated. Take a break from your busy schedules and relax this spring with Angie’s simple and manageable Easter crafts. For the flower or sweet tooth lovers, this is the place to blossom your ideas! Grow your seasonal recipe repertoire while sprucing up the house with beautiful arrangements.

Willowday – Gina (Pinterest)


Come over and join Gina at Willowday where she can show you how to decorate this year with your own two hands. Some of the cutest and most delicious holiday artistry is ready for the taking. Learn to paint a beautiful basket of eggs while baking the perfect batch of bunny muffins with these tutorials. You won’t leave empty handed but it’s almost certain you will leave with a smile!

Mother & Father’s Day

Happiness is Homemade – Heidi (Twitter)


Whether you’re a great kid to your parents, or a loving husband, this is a great place to warm your special woman’s heart. Heidi truly does create homemade happiness through her amazing card, flower and present basket ideas. The best gifts come from the heart, and that’s what she focuses on sharing in each and every one of her crafts. Put some effort in for your mom this year, and realize the kindness she tries to spread for you all year long!

The Crafty Crow – Cassi (Twitter)


Although it’s not around for a couple more months, with an open mind and a spark of creativity, you can knock this father’s day out of the park! Join Cassi on The Crafty Crow for inspirational tools to build the perfect father’s day project. Whether your husband or dad loves a good card, creative craft or a personalized tie, use these tutorials to remind him he’s the man of the house.

Spring into Action

When you find the craft that will fit perfectly in this year’s spring season, take a look around the house for all your artistic needs. You will be surprised to see that some of the best ideas use the crafty ingredients you have lying around. If you can pull together Bristol board, markers, glue, ribbon and a little artistic inspiration, you’ll be well on you way to being a
crafting pro.

Decorating has never been so easy, wallet-friendly and fun for everyone. Choose your favourite craft bloggers and get started on creating the perfect spring season everyone looks forward to!

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Chris Keevill
After graduating with an MBA from Ivey, Keevill started right away in digital marketing. He has been President of New North Media a joint venture with Bell Canada, COO at FloNetwork sold to DoubleClick, and President of Aliant Broadband. He is currently CEO at full-service agency, Colour. As co-founder and CEO of InNetwork, he is driving value creation for marketers, influencers and investors.
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