Colorful berries are always fun to eat, but they’re also so much fun for crafting!
These 25 Super Sweet Berry Crafts For Kids celebrate everything there is to love about berries! The colors, the smells, the textures…these crafts are as sweet as they come. Have fun!
These strawberry barrettes are fantastically beautiful and easy to make. Your child is going to love showing them off!
Via Pink Tea
Painting with blackberries is one of the best sensory experiences ever! It smells fantastic, it’s so brightly colorful, and it even tastes finger licking good.
Via Kori @ Home
Or you can make some blackberry playdough and let your kids craft their OWN blackberries! Warning…probably doesn’t taste ‘quite’ as good.
Via Learning 4 Kids
Fingerprint blueberries are cute and a fun way for kids to make seasonal art you can hang in your home.
Aww, we love you berry much, too. What a cute kid made card!
Via Crafty Morning
Strawberry crocheted hair clips are great for someone learning to crochet who wants to branch out from simple chains.
Via Kid Independent
This handprint strawberry is a fun, sweet way to memorialize that tiny little hand for years to come.
This Very Hungry Caterpillar nibbled his way through this strawberry, and he’s probably going to be hungry for more!
Via Crafty Morning
Painting rocks is both fun and relaxing. These rock strawberries are incredibly beautiful and you could paint a whole basketful in an afternoon.
Via Lee Wismer
Or your child can make this strawberry with pieces of cut up paper. What a fun kid-made collage!
Want something sweet to hang up this spring? How about a paper garland made up entirely of strawberries!
Need something sweet to cuddle? This strawberry pillow is cozy and cute and way easier to make than you could imagine!
Via I Love To Create
You should make this strawberry piñata for your next party!
Via Catch My Party
These blueberries were made with a potato stamp! How sweet is that!?
Shhh, it’s quiet time. This sweet quiet book insert is a great way for kids to play. The strawberry comes apart and they can piece it back together.
Want a delicious smelling textured puffy paint? This recipe uses Actual raspberries to give it a great scent and texture!
This button strawberry is also strawberry scented so a perfect sensory AND fine motor craft.
Via It Mom
Spend the morning gathering acorns, and then the afternoon turning them into adorably sweet strawberry magnets.
Via Crafts By Amanda
Your little is going to love this crocheted raspberry hat. There’s a pattern for a strawberry one, too!
These strawberry stamped bean bags are fun for an afternoon outside playing. How many strawberries can you get into the basket?
Strawberry boxes are such a fun way to give small trinkets at parties, or just tell kids, Hey, you’re sweet!
Via Whiff Of Joy
Kids want to pick strawberries, but there’s no where close by? You can MAKE your own strawberry bush that kids can pick strawberries off of.
Pom pom strawberries are fun for the bigger kids to make. They’ll fill up a bushel in no time.
Via Mr. Printables
Want to give someone a sweet ‘thank you’ gift? This strawberry pot is a sweet way to say ‘thanks’ and once the strawberries ripen it’ll be like ‘thanks’ again!
Via Paging Fun Mums
This strawberry playdough is fantastically lifelike and such a fun way for kids to learn all about the shape and parts of a strawberry.