Kid's Spring Flower Craft | Occasionally Crafty: Kid's Spring Flower Craft

March 7, 2016

Kid's Spring Flower Craft


It's Craft Lightning Time!  This month we are all sharing Kid's Busy Activities that can be dne in 15 minutes or less!


Whenever I start making something, my daughter wants to help.  I should be nurturing that crafty desire, but most of the time I just want to get the project done.  So, this time, I have a craft that can be done with your kids, and it will add just the right touch of spring to your home!


To make this you need the following:
Pencil
Scrapbook paper
Glue
Scissors or paper cutter
Ribbon

To begin with, we cut "spring-y" scrapbook paper into 1/4 inch strips.  Then we curled them around a pencil very tightly.  We gently slid them off to get circles like this:




Next, we cut out letters for the top.  I used my Silhouette, but you could easily cut them out by hand.



Then, I took a white sheet of cardstock, painted a light layer of glue where I wanted the flower curls and ribbon.  We also glued the letters on. 





We let it dry a little, then mounted it on an old empty frame.  My daughter liked it like this, but you could really fancy it up in a better fitting frame and add some embellishments.  I probably would have done more,  but I promised to let her do it her way.  (So hard to let go!  But it will pay off down the road, I hope, as she learns and develops her own craftiness....)






Anyway, this was quick and easy, and I think it turned out cute.  We had fun together, too, which sometimes is all that counts.

Check out all the other fun Kid's Busy Activities this week by clicking on the button below.  Have a great week!




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