We have finally waved goodbye to winter and are starting to see signs of Spring all around us now with snow drops, daffodils and crocuses starting to wake up and show their faces above the ground. We have also been enjoying our first flower crafts of the year this week. We made Contact Paper Cupcake Flowers using felt, buttons, lolly sticks, bun cases and pom poms. We then re-used these items again to create some lovely spring flower pictures, which would be ideal to go onto a home-made Mother’s Day card.
Flower Crafts for Kids
There are so many pretty flower crafts to choose from and here are some great activities from some of our favourite bloggers from around the world.
Hand-made Bouquet from Kids Activities Blog
This lovely paper bouquet using card stock and pipecleaners would make an ideal gift for Mother’s Day.
Stamped Flower Crafts with Corks and Buttons from Happy Hooligans
These pretty flowers created using corks stamped into paint are ideal for little fingers to work on this spring.
Colorful Watercolor Flowers from Buggy and Buddy
These colorful watercolor flowers are ideal for kids all ages to do together. What colors will your kids choose?
Tissue Paper Flowers from Hand on as we Grow
How pretty are these flowers? And cutting up tissue paper is great for working on scissor skills.
Vibrantly Coloured Coffee Filter Flowers from Fun at Home with Kids
Check out the amazing colours on these coffee filter flowers.
Crepe Paper Flowers from Powerful Mothering
An ideal activity to turn into a Mother’s Day card.
Spring Flower Craft from Messy Little Monster
Create these gorgeous spring flowers with a little help from your salad spinner.
Spin Art Flowers from A Mom with a Lesson Plan
Another outing for your salad spinner this time to make origami flowers.
Polka Dot Tulips from Toddler Approved
Break out the paint and have fun making these polka dot tulips.