5 Fun Spring Flower Inspired Craft Projects
This month has been full of ups and downs in terms of weather where I live. One day it's 50 degrees and rainy, and the next it's a blissful 75 degrees with bright sunshine. After a very long and bitter-cold winter, I am beyond thankful that April brought blooming trees and flowers.
To celebrate the end of April and the arrival of May, grab some art supplies and craft with your kids.
Create a 3D tulip garden using leftover Easter eggs, green straws, and foam or construction paper. Check out all the details and instructions at Designer Daddy.
If you are looking for a cute gift idea or a colorful pen holder for your home office, these flower pen holder pots are easy to make. I love that you can fully customize the pots with your favorite flower and color. Be sure to check out all the details at the Housewives of Fredrick County blog.
I am a sucker for any craft project involving a hand, some paint, and my child. There is something so sweet about documenting the growth of my children through art. Mommy's Messy Miracles Spring Flowers Handprint is a fast and cute craft project that will brighten any room.
My boys just love to collect flowers, rocks, sticks, and just about anything else they find outside. With just a few items you probably have around the house, you can help your child make a suncatcher with all the flowers he or she collects for you. All the details on how to make these beautiful suncatchers can be found at Whimsy & Hope by Sarah Halstead.
Grow your child's counting and number recognition skills, while making pretty spring flowers out of scrapbook paper. Be sure to visit last year's Spring Craft post for full details on this project.