Spring is finally here! So I thought I would round up some great flower art projects for you and your kids to do. These flower art projects are a wonderful way to decorate your home or classroom for Spring. They would also make great gifts for Mother’s Day or … really any day! Why save gift giving to just special occasions, anyways?
I’ve included flower art projects that use a variety of materials so you can find one to do with the materials you already have! These materials include paper, paints, recycled materials, paper plates and other simple, everyday items.
Flower Art Projects for Kids
I just love flowers. They are definitely one of life’s simple pleasures. And I also love crafts with my little ones. Another of life’s simple pleasures. So I suppose it is no wonder that I absolutely adore these flower crafts! I hope you do too.
Paper Flower Crafts
Simple 3D Paper Flowers – Using basic construction paper, these 3D paper flowers are a simple flower art project for kids. They would look great on a card for Mom or Grandma!
Paper Straw Tulip Craft by I Heart Crafty Things. These colorful paper straw tulips will brighten up any room. They would also make an adorable gift for Mother’s Day!
Printable Paper Daffodils by The Craft Train. Making these cute yellow daffodils is so simple with this printable. Just print, cut and craft!
Paper Hyacinths Flower Craft by Easy, Peasy and Fun. I just love these brightly colored paper Hyacinth Flowers. They are so simple to make even a toddler could do it!
Spring Tulip Suncatcher by And Next Comes L. Using tissue paper your kids will enjoy creating this beautiful Spring Tulip sun catcher for your window.
Flower Art Projects Using Recycled Materials
Recycled Newspaper Flower Craft by Where Imagination Grows. This colorful flower craft uses recycled newspaper and water color paints. I just love the look of this flower art project!
Recycled Materials Flower Craft by The Resourceful Mama. All you need to do to create this flower art project is dig through your recycle bin for some colorful paper and cardboard. This would be a wonderful craft to make in celebration of Earth Day.
Fabric Scrap Flower Collage by In the Playroom. This flower art project is unique because it uses scraps of fabric and yarn to create a collage.
Pencil Shavings Flower Art by Easy, Peasy and Fun. Using pencil shavings is a neat way to create flower art! What will you create with these unique method?
Egg Carton Flower Crafts by I Heart Arts N Crafts. Paint a recycled egg carton, add a paper straw and yellow pompom to create this cute flower craft.
Recycled Plastic Flower Art Project by Left Brain, Craft Brain. I love how this recycled plastic flower combines art and science into this creative project.
Painted Flower Art Projects
Watercolor Flowers by Nurture Store. I love the simplicity of this flower art project. All you need is some paper, pen and watercolors to create these abstract flowers.
Fingerprint Snapdragon Flower Art by Busy Mommy Media. These fingerprint snapdragon flowers are so colorful. They are so easy to make that a preschooler can do it!
Flower Pom Pom Painting by Crafty Morning. Using pom poms and clothespin to create a painted flower is a great idea for toddlers and preschoolers. Simply dip it in some paint and stamp it on some paper!
Spring Meadow Painting by Arty Crafty Kids. This Spring Meadow painting is so colorful. It’s a keeper that would look great on a canvas on the wall!
Thumbprint Dandelion Kids Craft by Glued to My Crafts. This thumbprint dandelion is just adorable. It would make a great craft for a get well soon card!
Fingerprint Poppy Flower Craft by Glued to My Crafts. This fingerprint poppy flower art is another adorable craft that would look great hanging on the wall. It’s a keepsake for sure!
Paper Plate Flower Art Projects
Weaving Sunflower Seeds Flower – Kids will use fine motor skills to weave a ribbon when creating this paper plate sunflower art project. This will look great on your art wall this Spring all the way into Autumn!
Paper Plate Splat Paint Tulip by Glued to My Crafts. This cool paper plate splat paint tulip is a great way to teach children about symmetry using art. Plus its so colorful!
Paper Plate Calla Lily Flower Craft by The Resourceful Mama. These unique paper plate flowers are so cute. Make a bouquet of them to decorate your home or classroom for Spring!
Paper Plate Flower Craft at Red Ted Art. I just love the unique look of these colorful paper plate flowers. They are so pretty!
Paper Plate Sunflower Craft by Glued to My Crafts. This paper plate sunflower is adorable! It would make a great craft to do with kids in the Summer or Fall!
Paper Plate Flower Craft by The Resourceful Mama. This simple paper plate flower craft is a great way for preschoolers to practice scissor skills.
Paper Plate Fine Motor Flower Craft by Toddler Approved. This simple paper plate flower craft is perfect for toddlers. It’s a great way for them to work on fine motor skills too!
Mixed Media Flower Art Projects
Pretty Valentine’s Day Flowers. These simple coffee filter flowers look great with the sun shining on them. They will brighten up any windowsill.
Pretty Paper Cup Flowers. I love the unique layered look of these paper cup flowers. They truly are a work of art.
Spring Cupcake Liner Flower Craft by Preschool Inspirations. With some colorful cupcake liners your children can make these adorable spring cupcake liner flowers. They would look so cute on a card for Mother’s Day.
Mixed Media Fenced Garden by Glued to My Crafts. This flower art project added a cute little fence with craft sticks. It’s the perfect Spring craft for kids.
Pipe Cleaner Spring Flower Cards by Glued to My Crafts. The use of pipe cleaners with this flower art project is so creative. It makes some cool looking greeting cards for Springtime.
Yarn Flower Craft by The Resourceful Mama. With some colorful yarn and other basic craft supplies, kids can make these simple flower crafts for Spring.
So there you have it. Thirty of the best flower art and craft projects from across the web that are perfect for Spring!
Whether you are planning art projects for toddlers or big kids, I hope you find some fantastic flower art projects in this post.
Thank you so much for reading friends,