This Felt Flowers Craft is a simple way to get excited about warmer weather and Spring1
Since spring has finally arrived here in Canada, we decided to have some fun with flowers. I created this cute felt craft using different sized flower shapes in hopes that they would get sorted by size.
Which they were, yeah! This was super easy to put together and I never measure anything but go by eye. I’m all about simple and I’m hardly crafty so I always need to stick to simple.
My daughter loved these felt flower crafts because she gets to use her imagination and lay them out as she sees fit. If it’s a character that she’s familiar with then it becomes more of a puzzle.
Felt Flowers Craft
Even though the weather might not quite be flower weather outside, you can always create fun DIY flowers on the inside! These easy felt flowers are fun for the kids and a simple and easy way to work on fine motor skills and listening to directions, too.
Plus, craft flowers that are bright in color are a fun way to brighten up space in your house with beautiful crafts made by the kids!
This is a great activity for kids of all ages because the older kids can create the flowers and the younger kids can put them together and play with them over and over again.
Recommended Flower Books for Kids
Bring flowers into your home with these wonderful flower books to learn all about how they grow from a seed to an adult plant. There are so many species and different colors to explore.
These flower books are great for helping your child learn all about flowers and their growing process. The end process of blooming flowers are awesome but teaching the kids how they get to that point is great, too.
She has to have it looking exactly the same as it’s supposed to look. There are times when pieces go missing from her felt sets so I absolutely have to make a replacement.
Felt Flowers Craft Supplies
Below is the short list of supplies that you’ll need to get started with these easy flowers made of felt.
- Sheets of felt
- green – stem and leaves
- red, purple, pink, yellow, orange – flowers
I cut the stem and leaves out of green and different flower shapes of different sizes out of the other colors to complete the flowers. I didn’t bother with a template and just cut away. I started with the larger flower and worked my way down to the smaller sizes.
This was my daughter’s proud face as she showed me her work when she was finished. Love it. She took everything apart and then played with it again. I love this quiet activity. Her confidence and excitement for creating and putting together the flowers were the best!
All the felt crafts get stored in Ziploc bags and they go into a bin on her bookshelf. She’s only allowed to take out one at a time because pieces start to get mixed up and she hates having missing pieces.
More Felt Crafts
For more felt crafts take a look at these for simple toddler felt activities to create. The perfect quiet time activity to keep toddlers busy. Great for busy bag activities too.
More Flower Activities
Does your child love flowers? Go ahead and explore these other flower activities that your kids can enjoy for more flower fun.