Waldorf Inspired Seasonal Craft – Spring Butterfly Wands
Ok lovely mamas… here is a little spring crafting to start the season.
Seasonal crafts are a beautiful way to celebrating the season and to bring the season into our home. This little butterfly wand would be beautiful on your seasonal nature table or used as a little prop when storytelling.
They would also make a beautiful parent craft activity for a parent/ child playgroup or at a crafting circle or even a gorgeous addition to the birthday table! (You can read more about creating meaningful birthday rituals + rhythms here)
I’m imagining a beautiful big vase of them with lots of cherry blossom stems flying in the breeze at a spring fair or spring festival to be handed out to the children… so much magic!!!
Materials you will need:
Wool felt scraps
Embroidery thread/ floss
A foraged stick from mother nature
some ribbons of your choice… I love to use silk ribbons
optional – cotton thread or waxed cotton to make the antennas – the thin kind you use for a sewing machine.
+ Sewing basics – needle, pins + scissors
I’ve created a video tutorial below to walk you through the steps to making one of these sweet little butterfly wands.
If you are new to creative making, you might enjoy my Sewing Circle – come and join us!
I really hope you enjoy and please leave a comment and let me know if you make one or if you have any questions.
Looking for more whimsical Waldorf handwork projects? The Sewing Circle (my monthly membership) opens for enrolment twice a year – you can jump on the waitlist here!
Hi I’m Natalie,
I teach mothers to hand-sew treasures for a magical childhood while delighting their own creative spirit!
My ebook Magical Birthdays for Children: A guide to creating wholehearted & mindful celebrations has offered inspiration & creativity to thousands of parents around the world.