Flower Crafts for Kids to Make

A paper plate sunflower, egg carton flowers and more ideas for fun spring crafting with your kids.

When it comes down to it, you can make a flower out of just about anything. A few spare pipe cleaners, some paper scraps and even pompoms. With so many different flowers around us in nature, there are equally as many ways to make one yourself during craft time. This week’s project roundup is dedicated to making flowers four very different ways; which of these flower crafts will be your child’s favorite?

Invitation to Create: Flower Garden

This is such a fun idea. Cutting Tiny Bites creates “invitations to create” for her children by pulling together some suggested crafting pieces based on the project’s theme. Take a look at what she put together to have her children make their own flower garden.

Paper Plate Sunflower

How does the center of I Heart Crafty Things’ sunflower get its distinct texture? By using bubble wrap! Take a look at her tutorial to see how the shipping supply is transformed into an art supply.

Egg Carton Flowers

Egg cartons are great when it comes to craft time. Take a look at how I Heart Arts N Crafts cuts up an empty container into sweet flowers ready for personalizing.

Noodle Sunflowers

Who knew noodles could make for such a fun flower?! Crafty Morning shows you how to turn dry pasta into a lovely flower.


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