Make A Bouquet of Wildflowers
Enjoy an afternoon walking through a field of wildflowers and making a DIY bouquet. Do your best to respect their beauty and only pick the ones you know you want to use!
This is an inexpensive day activity for people of all ages. First, visit an arts and crafts store to get some acrylic paint and brushes. Then, take a walk around a local park with a tote bag collecting stones to use as a painting surface.
Spring is the best season to start growing herbs. Once they have sprouted and started growing, you can keep them on a sunny windowsill for quick access while cooking.
Write a Haiku
Spring is a time of rebirth and new beginnings. Try out writing a spring-themed haiku about what re-birth means to you. A haiku is three lines long and has the following format: Line one has 5 syllables, line two has 7 syllables, and line three has 5 syllables.
Build a Fairy Garden
Choose a tree in your backyard with a medium-large size trunk. Next, place small plants (succulents, flowers, etc.) around the trunk. Then, find some twigs and build a fairy-sized hut by securing the twigs with twine. Leave an edible offering (nuts, seeds, etc.) for your fairy friends to come to collect!