1. I love the idea of Planting a Rainbow Sensory Board by House of Burke. Children can use their senses of sight, touch and smell to enjoy this fun sensory activity.
2. Our kids would be thrilled to make (and eat!) a Lollipop Flower Bouquet by CraftyJournal.
3. These KandinskyFlowers by Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes are a great way to introduce children to the style of a specific artist.
4. Teach Me Mommy has a wonderful tutorial on how to make Pasta Flowers.
7.These Fingerprint Flower Magnets from Life with Moore Babies would make a wonderful gift for family. Or, children would be thrilled to look at them every day on their own fridge.
8. Hand print crafts are always a winner. I love these Handprint Flowers from Like Mama ~ Like Daughter.
9. You simply can’t go wrong with Cookie Flowers. They are fun to make and give as a gift by Shannon’s View From Here.