I love bringing nature into the home through decoration and craft. Below you will find many nature craft ideas. To read the relevant post, click on the link beside the picture.
Rock towers can be used in a play scene and are also ideal for a garden feature.
here are twists, and turns; bends and corners: welcome to the Rainbow Woods. You may find secret messages, written on the trees in black ink, so look closely, and oh-so-carefully; there might even be treasure.
Couple a visit to a stream with making rock footprints for home.
A shoe box can be the perfect place for a nature treasure hunt.
Mix up the drawing materials to make things fresh.
Perfect for Summer! Make this delightful fresh flower headwreath.
Incorporate leafs into art. Heaps of ideas here.
Pine cones are gold when it comes to craft and decoration. There's a variety of different fun ways to use them.
Simple things, small joys.
Pet rocks are sweet, cute and so easy to make.
Don't trow out fallen rose petals, use them for inspiration in this lovely project.
This rock and stick trail is a simple activity that can lead to all sorts of other play ideas. My daughter collected sticks and rocks to create a trail around the house. She then put a box at the end for treasure.
To bring some of this coziness in the house, I did a simple activity with the kids. Visit a park or drive around to find a beautiful autumn tree, collect the fallen leaves, thread them on string and hang in the home.
While I was in Thailand, there was a gorgeous jar of cinnamon sticks beside my bed. It was lovely!
This is a gorgeous activity, and a wonderful way to decorate the house.
This is a very simple craft. All you need to do is collect twigs (and flowers if you like) and tie them along a piece of string. This can be hung in the home as a feature.
Have you ever really taken a good look at all the pieces of a flower?
Such a simple sweet idea!
Make a simple wall vase with a juice bottle.
Everyone should know how to make a daisy chain.
This is easy. And cheap. All you need are a few branches, gift bags and then fill them with whatever you like.
Pine cones, beads, liquid paper, a jar and salt. That's all you need.