I just can’t wait for the flowers to start blooming! It’s still all white and cold here but I just know these adorable flower crafts will make the winter go away – at least in our home. Naturally these are fun to make all year round!
- If you have a paper plate or two and some yarn (or a ball of wool or something) give these woven paper plate flowers a try! (Easy Peasy and Fun).
- Egg cartons are great for art and craft projects and this sweet egg carton flower art is a proof of that (Toddler Approved).
- If you have a bunch of buttons like we do and a cork (or a good reason to open that bottle of wine) you need to make these stamped flowers (Happy Hooligans).
- We love to make flower crowns and I think this sweet cupcake liner crown is a great project while we wait for the spirng (Mama. Papa. Bubba.)!
- How about making a poppy! Or a field full of poppies! Here is a great poppy craft for you to check out! (Housing a Forest).
- Have a lollipop? Your kids can turn it into a sweet gift for their friends. Just follow this simple tissue paper flower tutorial (Red Ted Art).
- And while we are at sweet treats this edible spring centrepiece is a must to! (Mom Endeavours).
- Have your kids ever tried painting or stamping with veggies? Give this celery rose print – it looks amazing and is super fun to make (Green Owl Art).
- Or just have them use their fingers and create a field of poppies (Crafty Morning).
- Back to egg cartons! You can make these pretty sweet egg carton daffodils (Itsy Bitsy Fun).
- These paper plate daffodils make a great art project too (Here Come The Girls Blog)!
- You can make adorable flowers with cupcake liners but this cupcake liner sunflower is beyond adorable (Sugar Aunts).
- If you don’t have any cupcake liners and still want to do some cute sunflowers then this sunflower craft is just the thing (Coffee Cups and Crayons)
- Or even this sunflower art project where you’ll be using a toilet paper roll (Crafty Morning).
- We’re with paper plates again! Here’s a few great paper plate flowers worth checking (Meaningful Mama).
- If you’ve got younger kids at home they will surely enjoy this flower printing project (Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds).
- There are quite a few sweet paper plate projects to be found here but this paper plate flower craft really stands out (Danya Banya).
- Here’s another easy to make project perfect for younger ones – fun flower art activity (No Time for Flashcards).
- Don’t want to make things messy? Here’s an easy flower craft that requires no paint plus it’s all about recycling (Kids Activities Blog).
- Last but not least we have this easy flower craft which also makes a great mother’s day (or any other occasion) card (Messy Little Monsters).
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