Zinnia Printable Craft

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I know, a zinnia seems like a pretty random thing to design a craft of, but there is a reason behind it. I was looking for a plant with the letter “Z” and my mom suggested this one. Zinnias are such beautiful flowers with many, many petals. The printable I made is very basic – […]

Stargazer Lily Printable Craft

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Stargazer Lillies are such beautiful flowers! A few weeks ago, I posted a printable Iris and Daffodil, and designed this lily. My daughter had fun trying to make the flower look just like a stargazer… I think she did a great job! You can find all of our other flower crafts in our Flower & […]

Clothespin and Cupcake Liner Flower Craft

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You can never have too many flower crafts, right? Especially when you have a little girl at home who loves them! Lorelai and I made these clothespin & cupcake liner flowers last night and we love how they turned out. It’s such a quick and simple craft, anyone can do it! What You’ll Need– Clothespins, […]

Printable Flower Craft: Daffodil

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Spring is well underway and we are just now getting into our flower crafts. That said, May is the perfect time to make a pretty daffodil. As the saying goes, April showers bring May flowers! Lorelai, my six-year-old, really enjoyed this one. Each petal is a separate piece, so you will be gluing a lot. […]

Flower & Butterfly Crafts Round-Up

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Spring is in the air, which means it’s time for fun spring crafts. Flowers and butterflies are essential to spring-time so I thought it would be fun to do a round-up! Here is a list of our flower and butterfly crafts, both printable and non. Don’t forget to PIN the above image, or share this […]

Painting with Flowers

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Painting with flowers has been a big trend on the blog-o-sphere lately, and we finally got around to trying it out! We’ve had fun using alternative paintbrushes, such as our natural paintbrushes and spaghetti ‘brushes’, in the past. This one definitely didn’t disappoint! We ended up using some fresh (er, not-so-fresh) cut flowers that my […]

Printable Craft: Rose

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Roses are beautiful flowers, and while this printable doesn’t do them justice, it’s still fun and pretty. Lorelai made this printable rose craft for her Aunt Karen after seeing that her Gammie’s rose bushes were in full bloom. Earlier this week, we did this hibiscus craft. You can find more flowers in the Miscellaneous section, […]

Printable Craft: Hibiscus Flower

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Flower crafts have always been a hit here. In the past, we’ve done a printable tulip craft, ,recycled cupholder flower craft, a cupcake liner and popsicle stick flower, a flowerpot craft, a black-eyed susan, and a handprint sunflower. This hibiscus flower craft was simple and turned out really cute. Lorelai chose to paint hers orange […]

{ Flower Sun-Catcher Craft }

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Sun-catchers are such a fun and easy way to implement craft time in your child’s life. If you haven’t made one with your child yet, I highly recommend it! * Please ignore the dirty windows. I’m too busy doing crafts to scrub windows. Just kidding – that window is right up against a parking lot, […]

{ Cup-Holder Flower Recycled Craft }

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Recycled materials are always fun to craft with. I collect paper towel and tissue paper rolls, bottle caps, cereal boxes (broken down), old magazines, and more. No, I’m not a hoarder. I have a small box under my kitchen sink that I keep filled with materials we can turn into a craft. I came up […]

Printable Tulip Craft

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Lorelai did this cute tulip craft a few days ago when she wasn’t feeling bad. She used pastels and worked on blending. Though you can’t tell from this pic (my flash blew out the colors – oops!), the colors are actually really cute and are blended well. She has a lot of fun getting her […]

{ Easy Flower Craft }

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Springtime is almost here! I know many parts of the US are breathing a huge sigh of relief right about now. And, while the temperatures in Houston never got too cold, I am ready for bright blue skies and fun spring activities. Lorelai asked me about flower crafts a couple of weeks back and I […]

Printable Flower & Pot Craft

Printable Flower & Pot Craft

This one was inspired by a pin I ran across on Pinterest yesterday. Lorelai was sitting beside me, spotted it, and immediately asked to make it the colorful, painted flower. It wasn’t a printable so I quickly made one. She had fun using a bunch of different colors. I can’t find the original pin, but […]

Black-Eyed Susan Flower Craft

Black-Eyed Susan Craft

Ah, vacation. We’re finally up in Maryland (got here yesterday) and Lore was ready to craft by this afternoon. I planned out and made a bunch of Maryland-themed printables to do while here and she knew they were just ready to be printed. We headed out to the porch to do this one… She was […]

{ Handprint Sunflower Craft }

Handprint Sunflower

We crafted this adorable handprint sunflower craft a few days ago. We did a painted version of this one a while back, but I think I like this one much better. Materials We Used: 3 Pieces of Yellow Construction Paper 1 Piece of Black Construction Paper (or a paper plate, painted) 1 piece of Green […]

Fragrant Flower Craft

Fragrant Flower Craft

So today is all about SMELL, as I mentioned in the previous post. I read about this one on a preschool website I stumbled across late one night last week. Unfortunately I didn’t bookmark it, but I’m still looking and will give credit once I find it. Anyway, I thought it would be PERFECT for […]

{ Handprint Flowers }

Handprint Sunflower

Two quick and easy crafts today! The first is a sunflower handprint that I saw over at Meet the Dubiens. Lore’s didn’t come out as nicely because she insisted on doing everything by herself. Actually, I think I like it so much more because of it! She is getting so independent. Directions: You’ll need a […]

{ Coffee Filter Poppies }

Once dry, stack the two coffee filters on top of each other and fold in half. Fold in half again.

I saw a gorgeous painting of poppies by Suzan Hazard while browsing the web late last night. Don’t ask me how I stumbled upon her website, but I’m glad I did! Anyway, after seeing the painting, I went looking for poppy crafts and found this one on Kaboose. It looked easy enough, and it was! […]

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