27 Adorable Ladybug Crafts (and Bee Crafts)
Ever since I made two bee skeps for the shelves in my dining room, I’ve been actively looking for more bee craft ideas. Since Google the god apparently tracks my internet browsing, Pinterest started showing me bee crafts without me actively searching for them.
As I browsed through the adorable bee creations on Pinterest, I kept running into ladybug crafts.
Like a good yard sale, I just couldn’t look away because seriously, how cute are ladybugs?
So, I spent an hour looking at ladybug crafts. And that was after thirty minutes looking at bee crafts.
Being the good blogger that I am, I’ve rounded up an assortment of cute ladybug crafts (and bee crafts) to share with all of you.
But first, I did a little research on ladybugs.
According to National Geographic, ladybugs are called ladybirds in the U.K. and Australia. 🤔 Ladybirds…interesting.
Currently, there are about 5,000 different species of ladybugs in the world!
If you live in the U.S., you’re probably familiar with the red one with black spots. That’s called a seven-spotted ladybug.
Now if you have a garden or farm, you want the seven-spotted ladybugs around because they eat aphids or scale insects which are pests to your growing plants.
In other words, they help your garden grow!
Whether they actually bring good luck or not is up for debate and the general consensus seems to depend on where you live.
I’ll take good luck wherever I can find it y’all.
Finally, enjoy this round-up of ladybug crafts (and bee crafts). They’re soooo cute!
Note: When you see a project you’re interested in, just click on the link beneath the photo to learn more.
Coffee Filter Crafts for Kids: Coffee Filter Ladybug Craft
Golf Ball Lady Bug Craft and an Upcycled Garden Craft Roundup
Ladybug Clear Slime Recipe with Contact Solution
Simple DIY Ladybug Rock Art Even Kids Can Do
Preschool Bee Craft with Free Bee Template
How to Make a Bee Themed Number Matching Game
Make Bumble Bee & Butterfly Footprint Towels