Kids Craft: How to Make a Paper Spring Flower Collage
Often, the easiest and most inexpensive kids crafts projects are those that toddlers and preschool-aged children love the most. Bright colors, stickers, and flowers are the perfect combination for a fun Spring project!
How to Make a Paper Spring Flower Collage
- Colored paper
- Paper flowers and stickers (available at most craft and/or convenient stores)
- White glue
If you are working with smaller children, spread the glue onto the paper and allow them to stick on the flowers by themselves. Preschool aged children can easily apply the glue directly onto the flowers or the paper themselves.
Allow the collage to dry and you have a fun piece of art to display for Spring!
Let the creativity begin!
What fun crafts are you making for Spring?
Brie Brie Blooms is full of fun kids crafts ideas. I'd love for you to stop by!
I’m a mom to a super crafty three-year-old. My daughter is definitely the inspiration for most of my projects! Brie Brie Blooms started when my daughter was just an infant. In addition to selling car seat cooler pads and embellished clothing, I also have a blog where I share everything in my life that started with a baby. My site is full of parenting tips, kids crafts, fun snack ideas, and everything in between. A few favorite posts on my site include Disneyland Travel Tips (traveling with infants and toddlers), Crayon Wall Art, and my Outdoor Playhouse Makeover. Stop by my blog or connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, and Pin
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