The poets call it the sweet season of delight. Yes — spring is the time when everything comes back to life. When sunlight, warmth, and the fragrance of new vegetation and the sounds of songbirds fill the air. We all embrace the feelings of spring, no matter our age. That’s why springtime crafts for seniors are a great way to reconnect with loved ones in assisted living. Even if crafting isn’t their strong suit, your loved ones are bound to enjoy spending time with you working on these easy spring craft ideas for seniors. Spring crafts will engage their mind, provide a pleasant pastime, and perhaps help them create something to beautify their living space.
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We’ve scoured the web to find the easiest, most fun, and most beautiful spring craft projects for seniors. Each idea below links to detailed, how-to instructions for completing the project, providing a list of materials needed, photo illustrations and, in some cases, an instructional video. You might preview some of your favorites to find the right project for your loved one, and to think about how you can best help them approach it. Then gather your materials, choose a time to get together, and welcome spring with some quality time together.
May Day celebrates the joy and beauty of spring and the neighborly tradition of giving a basket of treats to mark the season. Made with paper, ribbon and a paper doily, these easy May Day baskets can be filled with flowers and treats.
Flower pressing is a simple process that dries plant materials in a natural manner that maintains much of the color and integrity of the plant. Making these pressed flower luminaries is easy and fun.
All you need are a few simple materials to create this pretty pastel wreath.
Create a burst of color with beautiful fabric flowers that never wilt.
These cute, colorful refrigerator magnets add a touch of spring to any kitchen.
Anyone can make these colorful, puffy, salt painted eggs. And making them is as much fun as cutting them out and displaying them.
Just download the template, trace the tulip on fabric and follow the simple steps to cut, fill and sew a lovely bouquet of fabric flowers.
Just use tissue paper and light bulbs to create these colorful decoupage birds to hang from shelves or the ceiling.
All it takes is a few simple steps and a handful of supplies. You’ll be amazed how they can brighten any décor.
You’ll want to make them for yourselves as well as extras for gifts.
Discover all the creative solutions at Kellogg Assisted Living
The Kellogg neighborhood at Mary’s Woods community in Lake Oswego offers more than just assisted living care. We provide the atmosphere, expertise and dedication to help your loved ones fully enjoy each day. For more information on assisted living services, or details on direct admittance with no entrance fee, please contact us through our website or call 503-400-6448.