Remember the old saying, “April showers bring May flowers?”
Well, we have had plenty of those April showers, meaning plenty of time for kid crafts.
These 20 flower crafts for kids are the perfect spring craft to welcome in the month of May.
These flower crafts would make great homemade Mother’s Day gifts, too!
Flower Crafts for Kids
Celery Flower Stamping — Little ones will have fun stamping these flowers from Crafty Morning.
Flower Stamping — Use some of those spring blooms to create a colorful painting.
Tulip Potato Printing — Continue printing flowers with this idea from Crafty Morning.
Cupcake Liner Flower Magnet — This simple craft is perfect for the youngest crafter and makes a cute Mother’s Day gift.
Flower Pens — This flower craft from B-Inspired Mama would make a lovely Mother’s Day gift or teacher gift.
Soda Pop Tab Flower — This simple flower idea from Crafty Morning makes a cute card.
Cardboard Tube Flower Bouquet — Recycle those cardboard tubes into a floral bouquet that will make a cute centerpiece.
Pressed Flowers Bookmark — Preserve some of those blossoms with this beautiful craft from Buggy and Buddy. It would make a lovely homemade Mother’s Day gift!
Handprint Flower Bouquet — I love handprint crafts. This one from Housing a Forest would be a sweet gift for Grandma.
Cardboard Tube and Tissue Paper Flowers — Here’s a unique way to use those cardboard tubes for crafting flowers.
Egg Carton Bluebells — Why stick to your every day flower craft? These bluebells from Buggy and Buddy are so pretty you’d never guess they are made from egg cartons.
Origami Flowers — Here Come the Girls can show you how to fold colorful paper into amazing 3-D flowers.
Sunflower Mask — Your child can become a favorite flower with this one.
Drop Ornaments — This craft from Happy Hooligans is simple enough for little ones and looks so gorgeous hanging up that you may find yourself creating a few, too.
Fork Dandelions — These bright yellow dandelions from Crafty Morning remind me of chubby little fingers bringing priceless bouquets.
Lollipop Flowers — Your child can make these lollipop flowers as a cute end of the school year gift for their friends.
Paper Plate Flowers — So much fun! Your child will love getting creative while making these over-sized flowers.
Blossom Fairy Lights — I absolutely adore this beautiful flower craft from Red Ted Art.
Egg Carton Rose — So pretty! You won’t believe these roses from Dayna Banya are made from egg cartons.
Daisy Headband — We made this to go with one of our favorite Dr. Seuss books, but it’s a perfect flower craft for spring.
If you’re looking for a spring craft to do with your child this May, these beautiful flower crafts for kids are sure to brighten up the house and leave those April showers behind.
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