70 Awesome Flower Crafts and Activities

70 Awesome Flower Crafts and Activities

We are thrilled to bring you 70 different craft and activity ideas on Spring Flower Crafts for all ages.  There is something for everyone whether a simple painting craft to explore with your toddler, to a sensory or educational activity, to some beautiful Spring flower artworks that anyone would be proud to hang on the wall.

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Spring Flower Crafts and Activities

Painting Spring Flowers With Hands, Feet or Fingers

Painting Spring Flowers with Hands, Feet or Fingers round up with some beautiful ideas that are easy to make too:

Arts Crackers show us how beautiful hand, foot and finger print artworks can be Colorful Spring Flower Keepsake Colorful Spring Hand Print Keepsake, and Colorful Spring Keepsake

Stay at Home Educator has a simple Hand Print Flower Craft

Adventures in Mommydom shares the Texas Legend of the Bluebonnet

Crafts by Amanda shows a cute Bouquet of Fingerprint Flowers

Fun Hand Print Art Blog shares a lovely garden full of flowers in Handprint Flower Garden Craft for Kids.


Paper Spring Flower Crafts

A whole host of beautiful flowers made from paper:

Here Come the Girls Blog show us How to Make Origami Flowers.

Kids Playbox has some lovely Flower Crafts to share.

Mini Monet and Mommies explores Paper Flower Art with some great effects.

Crafts On Sea has some cute Cake Case Flowers to show you.

Multiples Mom, like any mom, loves these Paper Flowers for Mother’s Day.

Stay at Home Educator makes an unusual piece with Coffee Filter Flower Art.

Red Ted Art shows us that flowers can be sweet as well as pretty with these Tissue Paper Flower Lollipops.

Tots Schooling shares this really pretty Mothers Day Flower Craft.

Mum in the Mad House shares two paper flower crafts: Cake Case Daffodils & Post Note Craft

Artsy Craftsy Mom had some fabulous flower ideas including Mothers Day Craft Crepe Paper Flower and Tissue Paper Rainbow Flowers.

My Little 3 and Me made these wonderful Snowdrop Tissue Paper Flowers.


Using Other Materials to Make Spring Flowers

Other materials to make Spring Flowers to produce a whole visual feast of colours and styles:

Danya Banya shows us that simple items can become beautiful roses with her Egg Carton Rose and Paper Plate Rose.

J Daniel4s Mom shares a Spring Craft Recycled Daffodil.

Peakle Pie makes a cute little Pipe Cleaner Daffodil.

Kids Playbox uses an unusual item to create Spring Art Tulip Painting.

Multiples Mom turns trash into treasure with Recycled Egg Carton Flowers.

Kids Creative Chaos uses a plastic bottle in How to Make Bottle Bloom into Flower.

There’s Just One Mommy uses cardboard tubes to make Cardboard Tube Flowers and Paper Tubes Tissue Paper Cute Crafts.

Happy Hooligans makes some Easy Paper Plate Flowers and some really cute Stamped Flower Crafts using corks and buttons.

Crafts by Amanda uses a whole variety of recycled materials to make Styrofoam Cup Mini Spring Flower Pots, Denim Craft Recycled Denim Flower Magnets, and Plastic Spoon Craft Felt Flowers.

Creative Play Central uses lots of different materials to make flowers: Rainbow Felt Flowers, Bubble Wrap Mosaics and Puffy Paint Flowers for Spring.

Kitchen Floor Crafts made some very sweet Egg Carton Tulips.

A Little Pinch of Perfect made these wonderful Recycled Soda Bottle Flower Craft and So Pretty Flower Decorations.

Artsy Craftsy Mom created 3D Corrugated Sheet Quilled Flowers.

Red Ted Art makes unusual Kids Crafts Flower Cards.

Fun Hand Print Art Blog shares a Cheerful Flower Made from Traced Hands.

Creative Family Fun makes these cute Spring Button Flowers.


Real Flower Crafts and Activities

These are great ideas for incorporating real flowers into those Spring Crafts and Activities:

Planet Smarty Pants encourages everyone to be Looking for a Rainbow.

Here Comes the Girls Blog makes a pretty Pressed Flower Collage.

Make a Nature Mobile and some Nature Art with Danya Banya.

Childhood 101 makes some Flower Fairies and Other Colourful Collage Creatures and encourages children to play with the brilliant Invitation to Play Flower Shop.

Learning with Play at Home does some very creative Flower Stencil Spray Painting using real flowers.

KC Edventures made some easy and pretty Crafts for Kids Flower Art and Nature.

Mini Monets and Mommies encouraged us to take part in a painting activity in Kids Nature Art Activity.

Left Brain Craft Brain did some lovely Mother’s Day Flower Painting Cards using real flowers.

Creative Play Central made Creating with Flowers, Twigs and Leaves look spectacular and fun.

My Little 3 and Me takes some flowers, water, and an empty plastic bottle to create a Spring Flower Sensory Bottle for toddlers.


Other Spring Flower Crafts and Activities

Sun Hats and Wellie Boots look like they had great fun making Daffodil Head Boppers  and Spring Time Easter Bonnets.

Peakle Pie shares lots of ideas with Garden Flowers to Last All Year, Painted Flower Plant Pots and Home Made Flower Cards for All Occasions.

Here Comes the Girls Blog shares a fun way of learning maths with Counting with Play Dough Flowers.

Handprint Flower Pot Craft for Mother’s Day is a heart warming idea from In the Playroom.

Messy Little Monster shares a Spring Flower Craft that is a lovely keepsake too.

Learning 2 Walk has some great Spring Flower Garden Preschool Sensory Activities to share.

Mamma Pappa Bubba has some sweet Mother’s Day Crafts full of flowers for Grandma.

Mum in the Madhouse shows us how to make a Two Colour Daffodil Pinwheel ideal for breezy Spring days.

Try sewing this wonderful flower from Childhood 101 with Another Kids Sewing Project!

Living Montessori Now has a whole host of Free Flower Printables and Montessori-Inspired Math Activities to give away.

And finally we all know that Spring Flowers need the sunshine but they also need rain as well so why not make a Rain Cloud Mobile from A Little Pinch of Perfect!

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