21 Rainbow Crafts & Activities To Brighten Up Your Day

January 20, 2017   /   byMichelle McInerney | MollyMoo  / Categories :  Feeds
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Celebrate the rainbow with 21 of my favorite fun and colorful rainbow crafts and sensory activity projects for you and your little ones. Spring, St Patrick’s Day or any day the rainbow is always welcome in our house xx

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Fun Rainbow Craft For Little Ones
Cotton balls and yarn ¦.. such a pretty activity to hang on a bedroom door – or keep as a pet. I always wanted a pet rainbow ! via pintsizedtreasures

Rainbow Centerpiece
All the colors of the rainbow on your windowsill. So pretty via paperyandcakery

Framed Rainbow Weaving

A lovely ‘introduction to weaving with kids’ project using recycled textile yarn to create a framed rainbow keepsake. via TheCraftyKitty

Rainbow Water Xylophone
As long as you have food coloring, you ™ll probably have everything you need to make your very own. pin! pin! pong! via meetthedubiens

DIY Rainbow Fascinator

Rainbow hues certainly aren't limited to just St Patrick’s Day – thank goodness!! via studiodiy.

Rainbow Hotel for Little People
Decorate your cardboard playhouse or leprechaun trap with a colorful and welcoming rainbow roof.
See the magic on MollyMooCrafts

Rainbow Balloon Pop!
This is how leprechauns like to practice their sight words! Check out this and a whole host of incredible rainbow themed learning activities on Katherine Maries

Giant Rainbow Collage
Create a giant, beautiful and vibrant rainbow collage – a perfect collaborate project for children.
via theimaginationtree

More Rainbow Fun

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Rainbow Pinwheel Wreath
It's time to have some more fun with Rainbows and Pinwheels. So striking! via hoosierhomemade

Felt Rainbow Necklace
Such a pretty miniature bunting-esque garland necklace – super-soft, super-colorful, super-fun.
via quietlioncreations

Pom Pom Rainbow
Pom poms and rainbows!   What could be more perfect? via livingwithpunks

Rainbow Cupcakes
And when you’re finished making rainbows why not make enough to eat! see how to make right here on KidsActivitiesBlog

Rainbow Play For The Littlest Of Hands

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Rainbow Barley Sensory Play
With a few squirts of liquid watercolors transform some expired barley into a treasure filled sensory tray for dumping, filling, and pouring – and imaginative play too. see the fun on twodaloo

Make A Rainbow Puzzle
Kids Activities Blog loves activities for toddlers like this one because they foster children's creative side by letting them make their own rainbows.

Creating a LEGO Rainbow
Your little LEGO fanatics will love this clever colorful activity idea from KAB

Sensory Kid: DIY Rainbow Rice
Rainbow rice “ the most amazing sensory activity ever. via livingonlove

Rainbow Marbled Salt Dough Ornaments
Make your gifts memorable with some handmade ornaments created with rainbow marbled salt dough.
via two-daloo

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Rainbow Stacked Hearts
Who doesn’t love rainbows and putting the colors in order! The results look great hanging on the wall or door.
via alittlelearningfortwo

Melted Crayon Rainbow
Just glue the crayons onto canvas art board and turn on the hair dryer – I must give this a go. via megduerksen

Rainbow Woven Felt Coasters
A quick no-sew project that kids could easily whip up as a present. via Stephanie Stanesby for HenryHappened

Rainbow Threaded Embroidery Hoop
A fun rainbow wheel of awesome. via makeandtakes

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