Spring Crafts at the Library

Celebrate spring with arts, crafts and DIY projects at our library branches.

Check out this selection of spring craft programs and register to join in on the fun.

Alexandria Branch

DIY Stained Glass

4:30 pm Friday, April 14

Grades K-5

Spend the afternoon learning about the history of stained glass before making your own art piece.

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Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch

Spring Crafts

4 pm Monday, April 3

Grades K-5

We will celebrate spring with some seasonal crafts. Make your own wind chimes, suncatchers and more!

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Little Hands Art: Suncatchers

10:30 am Saturday, April 8

Kids of All Ages

Create fun suncatchers to hang in your windows this spring.

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Hare and Tortoise Banks

4:30 pm Tuesday, April 18

Ages 11-19

Choose between a rabbit or turtle piggy bank to paint and take home to collect money!

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Teen Succulent Suncatchers

4:30 pm Thursday, April 27

Ages 11-19

Catch those springtime sun rays with a succulent suncatcher! Paint your own succulent suncatcher and accompanying pot.

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Cold Spring Branch

DIY Birdhouses

4 pm Thursday, April 20

Grades K-5

Spend Earth Day building and decorating a wooden birdhouse.

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Diamond Art Keychains

6-7:30 pm Monday, May 15

Ages 11-19

Make your own spring-inspired flower keychain.

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Newport Branch

Wooden Egg Painting

11 am-noon Saturday, April 1

Kids of All Ages

Get ready for Easter by flexing your creativity. We will paint wooden eggs that you can use to decorate with this spring.

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Afternoon Art: Golden Bugs

4-5 pm Thursday, April 6

Grades K-5

Spend the afternoon making art with other local kids! We will use cardboard, coloring supplies and gold foil sheets to make our own golden bugs.

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Puffy Paint Treasure Boxes

11 am-noon Saturday, April 8

Kids of All Ages

Decorate your own treasure box with puffy paint and use it to store some of your favorite items.

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Tween Scene: Paper Plants

4 pm Tuesday, April 11

Ages 8-14

Let the springtime blooms inspire your creativity and create your own paper plants.

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Watercolor Silhouette

3-4:30 pm Wednesday, April 12

Ages 11-19

Enjoy an afternoon of making your own animal silhouette.

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Family Fun: No Sew Pillows

6 pm Thursday, April 13

Kids of All Ages

With all of the fun spring activities taking place, you’re going to need to relax and refresh. Create your own pillow to use this spring and all year long.

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Nature Suncatchers

11 am Saturday, April 22

Kids of All Ages

Celebrate Earth Day with the library! We’ll be making suncatchers using natural and manmade materials.

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DIY Fascinators

6 pm Monday, May 1

Adults

Prep for the Kentucky Derby by making a fascinator hat to wear for the Derby Day festivities.

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Adult Rock Painting

6-8 pm Monday, May 8

Adults

Decorate your garden this spring with some painted rocks! We’ll supply the rocks and the paint, you bring your creativity.

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Mother’s Day Craft

3-4:30 pm Wednesday, May 10

Ages 11-19

Let the library help you create the perfect craft to gift the mother figure in your life.

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Woodland Animal Painting

6-8 pm Monday, May 15

Adults

Paint woodland animals on woodcuts. The result? Cute decorations to use throughout the year!

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Dreamcatchers

3-5 pm Wednesday, May 17

Ages 11-19

Join us for a crafty afternoon of making dreamcatchers.

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Beginner Cross Stitch

3-5 pm Wednesday, May 24

Ages 11-19

If you’ve been interested in learning how to cross-stitch, this is the perfect program for you! You can learn basic cross-stitch techniques to build upon. We will use blunt needles to make it a safer craft to learn!

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