Easy Flower-Powered Crafts

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Easy Flower-Powered Crafts
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The sky is blue, the weather is warm and flowers are blooming. Make these flower crafts with your kiddos to bring some of the beauty from outside in!


We're suckers for craft projects that preserve the memories of how little our kids once were. This hand and footprint flower project from All Kids Network fits the bill. 


Reduce, reuse, recycle. The next time a package arrives wrapped in bubble wrap, why not try making these adorable bubble wrap flowers from Royal Baloo and Logi-Bear too?  


Creating with craft sticks teaches your child about color, texture and using their imaginations. These easy craft stick flowers from Preschool Crafts for Kids are bright, colorful and the perfect project for little hands. 


We love how this giant sunflower craft from No Time For Flashcards uses real sunflower seeds. It's a surprise craft material that little ones will delight in.


Something about these happy faced heart flowers on a stick from Fun Family Crafts reminds us of the singing flowers in Alice In Wonderland. They bring a smile to our face every time we see them and we are sure they will bring a smile to the faces of the children who make them. 


These giant DIY tissue paper flowers from my own blog, Sew Creative, make a huge impression. Perfect to decorate birthday parties with, kids will have fun helping fold the tissue paper accordion style and then fluffing up the flowers. 

Crystal Allen lives in beautiful Richmond, B.C., and calls herself a mother, wife, blogger, children's book publicist, freelance writer and Etsy seller. You can find her online at her blog, Sew Creative,and at her Etsy store, Lilikoi Lane.

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