Activity DesignerMelissa Allen
I love when I find a craft that both my kids (ages 2 and 5) can take part in and enjoy together. Making these sweet flowers had steps that were perfect for each age and the fact that they came out so sweet makes this craft a keeper! How sweet would these flowers be for Mother's Day or just any day for someone special!
What You'll Need
How We Did It
Using foam brushes, the kids got to work painting the newspaper. I kept the newspaper two sheets thick since my two-year-old loved getting the paper completely soaked with our glue mixture. It worked out perfectly to make a nice sturdy flower. After they were done (or the glue was gone) we laid the paper in the sun to dry.
Once totally dry, we started cutting different shapes for flower petals. My daughter loves using fancy scissors and this was a perfect opportunity to do so.