Surprising materials kids can use to make Mother's Day flowers
Mother's Day is approaching fast and kids everywhere are looking for ways to delight their moms. Here are 5 kid-friendly ideas on how to turn everyday materials into wonderful works of floral art for Mom.
Tulle is not just for adding volume to dresses — take a look at TooTooAmy's video tutorial on how to make flowers with this wonderfully poofy material.
Felt is an easy fabric to work with and it comes in a myriad of colors and patterns. Zebra print roses for Mom? Why not! The felt rosebuds from Creative Jewish Mom are a creative kid's dream.
Turn your kids' old T-shirts into beautifully crafted carnations by following the instructions from The Little Treasures.
Kids may choose any type of paper to fashion these roses. Using newspaper or pages from a map are ideal if Mom is an avid reader or world traveler. We Lived Happily Ever After provides instructions on how to make these roses.
These low-cost, easily accessible materials give kids endless creative options. Michelle Made Me outlines how to make flowers with stems that Mom can use to brighten up her workspace.