Hobbies for Going Into Spring
After a long winter, we’re so happy to see spring coming back around. We can look forward to lighter days, warmer weather and nature coming back into full bloom. Now is the perfect time to develop a new hobby and start crafting! We’ve put together this list of new hobbies you can try as we go into spring!
You may have noticed trees and flowers starting to blossom again. What better way to capture these vibrant colours than by painting? Recreate the beautiful spring scenery around you by putting brush to paper and experimenting with the colours in your palette. It’s a great way to be more mindful of your surroundings and bring calm to your busy day. You might even find yourself appreciating the world around you in a way you didn’t before!
For a new hobby that gets you out and about, why not try photography! Whether you get a state-of-the-art camera or simply just use your phone, there’s no limit to your creativity when it comes to taking pictures. Take a leisurely stroll by yourself, with a friend or with a group and get out there to enjoy the beauty of spring. Try taking pictures of birds and wildlife if you’re looking for a new challenge!
Cooking and Baking
Spring is the perfect season for al fresco dining so why not try your hand at some new recipes? Invite your friends and family over for a good natter in the garden accompanied by a delicious homemade lunch! These salad recipes are so easy and they’re great for a lighter lunch. For something sweet and refreshing, this lemon drizzle cake is sure to hit the spot.
Calligraphy and Papercrafts
There are many events to look forward to through spring, and a lot of them need cards! It’s hard to find the perfect greeting card when you’re trying to choose one that’s been mass produced for your local supermarket. Try creating something unique and memorable with calligraphy and papercrafts. Whether you’re making cards for Easter, birthdays, weddings or to celebrate a new arrival, giving a personally crafted card is sure to put a smile on the receiver’s face and give them a keepsake to hold on to for the years to come.