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Paper Flower Craft Mom will LOVE! (+ Template)

Spring is the perfect time to get the kiddos making all kinds of flower crafts.  This flower craft for kids will make mom (or grandma) swoon! Make a paper flower bouquet craft using a picture of your child.  It is sure to be a keeper! Whether it is for Mother's Day or just because, it is the perfect keepsake for a loved one.


Flower Craft for Kids

PHOTO FLOWER BOUQUET 


This flower craft for kids makes a perfect gift for Mother's Day (hint, hint), Valentine's Day, birthday celebration, or to simply welcome spring!  

I have included a flower cut-out template at the end of the post as a helpful guide. 

Making this flower craft, I knew my mom (yiayia to the kiddos) was just going to LOVE it.  If you have have  one child, you could make a paper flower bouquet using different pictures from years past, and if you have more than one child, how cute would this be to show off mom's ''special blooms''!  Enjoy making this paper flower bouquet craft for your someone special! 

Flower Craft for Kids



Supplies:

MAKE YOUR OWN PAPER FLOWER BOUQUET 


1.  Print out the flower template available at the end of this post.  Cut out the flower and the middle circle to create the flower template.


FLOWER CUT OUT TEMPLATE


2.  Choose a piece of colored card stock for the flower.  Trace the template on the card stock.  Cut out the flower and the circle in the middle-- this is where your child's picture will go.

3.  Cut a picture of your child to fit the center of the flower.  A school  yearbook picture works well as it is just a picture of your child's face.

PICTURE PAPER FLOWER BOUQUET CRAFT FOR KIDS

3.  Glue your child's picture to the flower.

4.  If your child is interested, provide glitter glue and/or sequins so the child can decorate the flower.  If working with lots of glue, you may want to delay gluing the picture in the middle until the decorations have dried.

5.  Once everything is dry, glue a green craft stick to the back of the flower craft.

FLOWER CRAFT FOR KIDS

6. Grab an empty mason jar and stuff it with Easter grass or tissue paper.  Then add the photo flowers!

And you have a beautiful paper flower bouquet to be cherished all year round!
PAPER FLOWER BOUQUET CRAFT


It's perfect for Mother's Day or just because!


Download our Flower Cut Out Template to make your own bouquet today!

MORE FLOWER CRAFTS FOR KIDS

Yarn Wrapped Tulips

Tissue Paper Flowers

Sponge Painted Sunflower Craft

Tear Art Poppies Craft


MORE KEEPSAKE CRAFTS KIDS CAN MAKE

I LOVE YOU MORE THAN 

HANDPRINT CANVAS KEEPSAKE ART

HANDPRINT AMERICAN FLAG T-SHIRT FOR GIRLS

KID - MADE DIY COLORED GOLF BALLS

HANDPRINT EASTER CARDS





14 comments on "Paper Flower Craft Mom will LOVE! (+ Template) "
  1. Oh, I love it! I'll have to think about doing something similar for mother's day. Thanks for the idea! I also clicked on the I Love You More Than link and I loved that as well! I think I am going to have to take some time exploring your blog!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! Hope you found some more ideas to use with your children!

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  2. That is super cute! I will have to make this for my son's grandmother. She will love it!

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  3. This would be the best grandma gift. I just know she'd leave it out year-round!

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    1. Yes, my mom LOVES her bouquet! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  4. So sweet!!!!! Thanks so much for linking this up to Kid's Co-op!

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  5. Flowers are one of my favorites in Springtime too! These are adorable! I bet grandparents would go crazy over these for Mother's Day. Awesome idea!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, my mom still has hers out from last year : )

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  6. So cute!! I love it. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!! I hope you are having a great week!!

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  7. What a sweet bouquet! Thank you for linking up to Learning Laboratory at Mama Smiles =)

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  8. What a beautiful bouquet. I am goint to feature you on fun frugal friday this week. Thanks for linking up. : )

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  9. Glue guns are a wonderful thing!

    They turned out very cute.

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  10. Those are adorable! Thanks so much for sharing them at Teach Me Tuesday!

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