9 Fantastic and Fun Flower Crafts for Kids to Make

Flower Crafts for Kids to Make

Flower Crafts for Kids! Spring can be busting with new plants and flowers.  So why not try out some of these fantastic flower craft ideas?  Ideal for keeping youngsters busy and if the weather is warm.  Plus you can always head out into the yard to make these as well.  I’ve made a great round up of ideas that you can do at home with the kids!

Spring Flower Craft Ideas

Use up those craft buttons by making some Spring Button Flowers like Creative Family Fun.  Or grab the paint and make some adorable Fingerprint Flower Magnets.  Life with Moore Babies will explain how to make these lovely keepsakes.

Decorate your front door just like Kitchen Counter Chronicle, with some simple to make Spring Paper Flowers.  Do you have lots of ribbons and wonder what to do with it?  Find out how to make some Ribbon Flowers from Stream Powered Family. These are cute and ideal for decorating gift boxes as well.

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Make these beautiful Flower Petal Candle Holders from Adventure in a Box.  Perfect for gifts for family and friends, especially for Mother’s Day!  Or why not make some Egg Carton Flower Magnets? Full instructions can be found on this post from Twitchetts.

Your older kids would adore making these Denim Flowers from Moms and Crafters.  These make ideal accessories for headbands, clips or even decorate a bag with them.  For younger kids, why not grab those spare wine corks and make some Cork Printed Button Flowers, just like Emma Owl.

And finally…  Create these Gorgeous Coffee Filter Flowers! Full instructions on how to make these from One Creative Mommy.  I hope that you feel inspired to try out some of these ideas with your kids or even have a go yourself!


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