Celebrate the start of spring with these 30 easy and cute flower crafts every child will enjoy! Paper, beads, yarn and jewelry—there is something for everyone.
As the weather gets warmer for spring, gardens begin to grow, butterflies start to appear and of course, flowers get ready to bloom.
This is why flower crafts are such a great way to observe the change from winter to spring. Kids can have fun creating beautiful crafts that decorate their rooms and bring the outdoor feeling inside!
For this list, I decided to concentrate on projects that use craft supplies to create flowers. This means that you will probably be able to do these crafts by raiding your craft closet and recycling bin.
No need to make lengthy (and costly) trips to the store for supplies or to venture out to the garden to pick flowers to create your crafts.
Okay, let’s get started. Go ahead, scroll down and get ready for your house to be filled with faux flowers to celebrate the beginning of the spring season!
You’re going to love these kids craft ideas (and let me know what you think in the comments.)
Celebrate the start of spring with these 30 easy and cute crafts with a floral theme that every child will enjoy!
I might have to try this paper craft for spring! They look like they might be complicated, but the truth is once you get the hang of it, it's about five minutes per flower to make. Great for adults or kids.
A DIY wire flower bookmark is a quick and easy project to make and kids will LOVE helping! Once you get the hang of making wire bookmarks, you won’t be able to stop yourself from making extras to give away to friends who love to read.
If you’re a honey-lover, this should make you excited! It is Honey Bees vs Flowers in this cute tic tac toe game. This is an incredibly cute craft and makes for a lovely gift too. This is one of my favorite clay projects for kids ever!
These flowers are SO SIMPLE to make. They’re made entirely from cut out heart shapes! And best of all, you only need really simple craft supplies to make them – construction paper, a popsicle stick, and a pom pom.