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How to craft a craft-y look for Spring Crafts

When you’re not at a craft shop or participating in a craft event, spring can bring a few other unexpected and wonderful surprises. 

One of the best parts about spring is the abundance of unique styles, from housewares to jewelry, that can be made to look unique. 

Below are nine easy, creative spring crafts to get you started.

Spring-inspired designs, such as the ones below, will add a dash of sophistication to your home. 

Here are some spring crafts you may want to try this spring. 

 A dish of Tea  A dish of tea can be one of the most relaxing parts of spring, but it’s also a time when we have to reflect on our personal lives and priorities. 

If you’re looking for a new way to get your spring tea fix, this dish of black tea from New York designer Naveen Ghosh can work. 

Tea is a very popular way to decompress after a long day of work, but sometimes it’s important to take some time to decompose with some tea. 

For the dish’s tea lovers, Ghosh has made a cup of black iced tea that’s made from a combination of tea leaves and spices. 

A traditional dish of white tea, this tea will definitely be a favorite at your next tea party or birthday party. 

Baked Coconut Pudding The coconut pudding is one of those summertime favorites that’s great for just about anyone who loves coconut.

This baked coconut pudding comes from the Frozen Farm, a farm in North Carolina, where you can make your own coconut puddings for a good price. 

Coconut pudding is a traditional dish that’s very simple to make.

It requires just a few ingredients, and it’s delicious in almost any season. 

The basic recipe calls for 1/4 cup coconut milk, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 tablespoon butter, and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. 

You can easily add additional ingredients to make the coconut pudding more luxurious, such a chopped lemon or orange, or even an extra dollop of whipped cream. 

Pale Baked Tuna Salad If tuna is your favorite fish, this salad is a perfect fit for spring.

This is a great alternative to traditional spring rolls or fish tacos that you can eat warm or at room temperature. 

This recipe makes enough to serve three people for about four to five servings. 

Strawberry Cobbler with Ginger Sauce This sweet and tart strawberry cobbler recipe is a classic for summer in the Carolinas, but you can also make it for any time of the year. 

It’s also one of my favorite summer recipes, because it combines the best of sweet and tangy flavors. 

Just make sure you keep your sweet and sour sauce at a minimum. 

Beef Stroganoff If you like your steak medium rare, this Stroganoffs is a nice, easy-to-make version that will be a hit at your favorite steakhouse. 

Try using a small amount of smoked bacon, which gives this recipe a nice smoky flavor. 

Spring Rolls are another great summertime dish, and this one makes for a fantastic appetizer or dinner. 

Summer Rolls are one of our favorite summertime dishes, and they are so easy to make! 

If it’s a good day to cook, you can cook up some fresh spring rolls in your crockpot. 

To make your spring rolls, melt the butter and add the chopped zucchini and carrots, along with some sliced mushrooms. 

Then pour the melted butter over the cooked spaghetti squash and toss it with the spinach and mushrooms.

A nice, flavorful summer meal!