Hands up if you’re family of flower lovers – we sure are! With spring officially here and summer not far off, we can’t help but be cheered up by the sight of flowers. They bring big smiles every day, whether they’re wildflowers on the side of the road, beautifully arranged bouquets at the store, or our personal favorite – flower power crafts!
Dress up an old pair of overalls with stencils! Mix and match as many colors as you like, and it’ll feel like you’re wearing a garden. Is there anything better?
This sweet garden comes together in minutes! Simply cut Twizzlers into slices and add to the side of a homemade or store-bought cake. What a fun way to add color to an otherwise plain treat!
You’ll never lose your page again with these adorable felt flowers. Add tiny kawaii faces and painted details to make them even cuter.
Painting rocks is a classic craft that we never get sick of, and this flower puzzle is so much fun. Grab a few pebbles and small rocks from your backyard and turn them into this ever-evolving flower puzzle.
Welcome spring with a crew of cutie flowers! Use crepe paper scraps to create the smiling flowers and plant them in whatever vessels you have at on hand at home. Instant spring decor!
Never make a plain old pie again. This flower-covered pie is not only beautiful but tasty too. It’s sure to be a showstopper no matter what flavor you pick for the filling. Yum!
Turn pastel pipe cleaners into a playful wall hanging that’s perfect for any room. Isn’t it amazing what you can make with a few pipe cleaners, felt, and glue?
Download these free printables and make sure all the books in your home library are labeled. Plus, there’s the added bonus of matching bookmarks. Perfect!
Even the plainest store-bought cake can be beautiful if you add a few gummy candies. We used pastel flowers, green shoelaces, and spearmint leaves. We’ll take a slice or two, please!
Paper plates are the perfect starting point for flowers. Just give them a coat of paint, cut out some petals, and voila! They look even better when you layer a few together. Hang them on your wall or in the window to cheer up passers-by.