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Published on April 3rd, 2016 | by Csilla Gemmecke

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Pinteresting Projects: Rainy Day Projects for Kids

Spring is officially here and we are all excited to get outside and enjoy the sun! However, there are still those grey and rainy days that makes us feel more like February than April – and don’t those days call for a fun and easy crafts project? Enjoy our roundup of the cutest free rainy day Pinteresting projects to do with the kids with supplies you should already have around the house.

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Fuss Free Fish from Eden Reborn

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Are your kids dreaming of a gold fish but don’t quite seem up to taking care of it at all times? This fish is not only super cute but also completely fuss-free. I love that you can also decorate the fishbowl with little crochet plants to give him a proper home.

Crochet Donuts from Hello Yellow Yarn 

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Sometimes we all crave donuts don’t we? These are low in calories and won’t go stale! Go all out with the toppings and create your ultimate sweet treat. Who knows, I might reward myself with some eatable donuts and tea after finishing this project.

 Amigurumi Rat Bookmark from Supergurumi

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We have all seen bookworms – isn’t this funny rat bookmark different and cute? I personally always lose my bookmarks but I sure will take good care of this one.

Ballerina Bun Cover by Crochet by Jennifer

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Do you know a cute little ballerina that loves nothing more than dancing around? I’m sure she will adore this cute bun cover! Be prepared for her whole dance class to request one too.

Crochet Heart Garland from Craftaholics Anonymous

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These cute hearts are a quick little project – maybe more for a rain shower than a whole rainy day? Make a bunch of them in different shades and string them together for a sweet garland.

Love these free rainy day crochet patterns? Click here to visit our Pinterest for more inspiration.

 

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adores soft and snuggly accessories and thinks there is no better way than making them yourself. She loves knitting, yoga and picnics in the park.




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