While it’s still very much winter in many parts of the world, I’m already in the mood for spring and rainy weather! While frogs may not be a ‘spring animal’ for everyone, I feel their cuteness is definitely underrated, so I put together a craft list to prove how cute they can be!
If you want a cute frog to draw, why not check out Draw So Cute’s tutorial on how to draw Keroppi? He is arguably the original kawaii frog, after all!
ACupofCakeTV has a lot of cute clay tutorials that are also simple enough for beginners with polymer clay to start with, including their frog BFF charms video. Even though Valentine’s Day has technically passed, these would make a cute belated gift if you needed one for a friend!
More for baking? Cook Kafemaru has a great tutorial (with English subtitles!) on how to make matcha-flavored frog pull-apart bread that is too cute! I’ve been dying to try my hand at cute pull-apart bread after seeing so many ideas on Instagram, so I’m definitely thinking about finally testing the waters with this recipe. And while the original recipe is not vegan, it can easily be made vegan with a few simple substitutions.
Really cute amigurumi frogs are hard to come by, but I did manage to stumble on this super kawaii amigurumi prince frog crochet pattern by AiraliDesign on Etsy. It’s inexpensive and you can start on it immediately since it’s a digital download.
The How to Play origami channel has an adorable origami frog tutorial to check out if you’re in the mood for a fun paper craft! They even stand on their own so you can make some cute desk pals.
I’ve recently been really into cute frog pins and keychains for things like purses and backpacks, so I was very excited to discover Crafters Boutique Handmade has a free tutorial on how to sew a pastel felt frog keychain. Once I can get my hands on the right felt colors, this will be at the top of my to-make list!
Do you like frogs? Let us know in the comments, and tag us on social media if try any of these DIYs out! You can find more Spring Crafts in our archives too.
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth. Andi is currently taking a mental health break, but hopes to be back in 2023.