It’s no secret that I love rainbows. And I’ve realized that I’ve shared so many rainbow projects over the past few years that they deserve their own rainbow roundup post! Right?!
These are some of my favorite projects anyway, so having them all in one place is so fun. And if you’re ever searching my blog for a specific rainbow project, you can always just come to this post and go from there. Easy peasy!
It feels only right to start with this Rainbow Baby Footprint Art from when the twins were newborns! We just used these rainbow stamp pads on their little feet, and it turned out so awesome! This post was my very first project to go viral!
I’ve always loved those wooden Grimm’s Rainbow toys for littles, but didn’t love the price tag. So I set out to make my own Wooden Rainbow Toy Knockoff! It ended up being a more time-consuming project than I expected, but it turned out so amazing! My girls still play with this even though they’re 5, 9 and 9.
These Rainbow Sconce Planters are one of my favorite projects of all time. I love the neutral brown tones of these rainbows. And when you put plants and rainbows together into one project? It’s a GUARANTEED WIN! I have these hanging as a set of 3 in my living room, and I look at them lovingly every single day.
This next project is done by my 9-year-old daughter, Paisley! She makes these Wooden Rainbow Plaques on the scroll saw completely by herself, and I could not be more proud! She wrote the tutorial on her own too (and there’s a video!)
You know I love a starburst clock or mirror, so when I had this idea to use paintbrushes tipped in different rainbow colors of paint to make a Paint-dipped Starburst Clock, it felt like I had struck GOLD as far as DIY project ideas go. And it turned out so cute!
When we were making plans to build this Backlit Rainbow Wall Art, the idea was to have something that would almost act as a nightlight for the kiddos, and it worked brilliantly! Click the pic below to see it all lit up!
I’m not usually one to make jewelry, but this Layered Faux Agate project using rainbow colors of contact paper was SO FUN!
I debated about whether or not to include this last one, but I decided that this Rainbow Tie Dye Cake definitely falls under the category of ‘rainbow project’, wouldn’t you agree? And it’s EASY to make!
If you’re a true rainbow-lover, you won’t mind me throwing in some honorable mentions, would you? These projects weren’t rainbow-specific, but include some pretty fantastic rainbow organization. Amiright?
I hope you enjoyed this roundup of FUN RAINBOW PROJECTS! Which one is your favorite? Are there any other rainbow projects you’d like to see me do? Let’s chat in the comments!
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