Easy Paper Hyacinth Flowers! Three materials needed for this fun Spring craft project: construction paper, scissors, and glue! We recommend our Sunworks Groundwood Construction Paper (PE1253) - it folds, scores, and curls just like more expensive brands!

Easy Paper Hyacinth Flowers

Three materials needed for this fun Spring craft project: construction paper, scissors, and glue! We recommend our Sunworks Groundwood Construction Paper - it folds, scores, and curl s just like more expensive brands Jácint!

Printing Flowers with Celery Stalks. Vegetable printing is such a cool art activity to do with kids and who knew that celery prints looked like roses!

Printing Flowers with Celery Stalks – Vegetable Printing

How inspired (and so stinkingly clever) is this Egg Carton Wreath by Homemade Serenity http://homemadeserenity.blogspot.com/2011/04/make-it-egg-carton-wreath.html

Easter Crafts

DIY Egg Carton Wreath We don't seem to really do wreaths here in oz (except for Christmas) but I can see this hanging on my classroom door. Oh if only we didn't have egg allergies at school

DIY Pom Pom Easter Chicks

Easter Chicks: Pom Pom Yarn Chicks Tutorial

DIY Pom Pom Easter Chicks

Easter Chicks: Pom Pom Yarn Chicks Tutorial

Egg Carton Flower Garland

Egg Carton Flower Garland

DIY: Egg Carton Flower Garland - Pray purple and hang between strands of lights.

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DIY Swirly Paper Flowers - 17 Blossoming DIY Spring Decorating Tutorials | GleamItUp

Wonderful DIY Swirly Paper Flowers

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Beautiful Painted Butterfly Doily Craft for Kids | A Little Pinch of Perfect ~Glitter would RoCk these!~SMiles~Vickie~

Beautiful Painted Butterfly Doily Craft for Kids -

romaine lettuce stamp

Saturday Night Social

cut the bottom off romaine lettuce and voila, a rose stamp. Works even better with the bottom of a stalk of celery!

(1)Watercolor: wet-on-wet technique (bleeding colors) +salt for background effect. (2) effective silhouette

Apply drops of reinker to wet watercolor paper. Then flick a wet toothbrush all over the piece until you like the look. Use black StazOn for the silhouette stamps: tree branch, flowers, butterflies.

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