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Fresh, Fun Flower Crafts For Kids

Mar 11 2014 - 1:25pm

Growing a garden isn't easy. It requires warm weather and a lot of work. Luckily, there is a way to fill your home with flowers without all of the dirt. And the best part: your kids can help! Here are eight easy artistic ways to build a bouquet — no green thumb required!

Source: Silly Eagle Books [1]

Tissue Flowers

As long as your kids don't suffer from springtime allergies, you can create The Mother Huddle's beautiful bouquet using a cheap box of tissues [2] and some magic markers.

Source: The Mother Huddle [3]

Thumbprint Hyacinth

No equipment needed to create Meet the Dubiens' flowers. All that's required are a tiny thumb and some paint [4].

Source: Meet the Dubiens [5]

Crepe Paper Flowers

To give her flowers a more authentic feel, Willowday uses real branches [6] as the stem.

Source: Willowday [7]

Celery Flower Stamp

After you make their after-school snack, turn the leftovers into Homemade Serenity's easy-to-use stamp [8].

Source: Homemade Serenity [9]

Watercolor Flowers

Meri Cherry's watercolor craft [10] is perfect for the youngest artists.

Source: Meri Cherry [11]

Giant Poppy Plants

They don't get bigger or brighter than Housing a Forest's picture-perfect poppies [12].

Source: Housing a Forest [13]

Tissue Paper Flowers

Hands On as We Grow's bouquet is a must-make craft [14].

Source: Hands On as We Grow [15]

Cupcake Bouquet

Cupcake liners aren't just for baking. Silly Eagle Books uses them to create fun-patterned flowers [16].

Source: Silly Eagle Books [17]


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