For March I wanted to create something I made (a few years ago now…) for my Mother-in-law for Mother’s Day, paper flowers!
You can just make the flowers individually, they look beautiful scattered on a table, book shelf etc… or if you are feeling adventurous, why not try to make the full bouquet?
Using the paper left over from my recycled notebooks, this kit helps to reduce waste, teach you new crafting skills, gives you some 'me time', and creates something beautiful to keep or give as gift.
This craft is rated as intermediate. Once you've got the principle, it's merely a case of repetition. The individual flowers are relatively simple. To create a full bouquet will however require time and a little patience!
As a guide I do not recommend this box for children under the age of 10, but you know your own child's crafting abilities - this would be a lovely craft for a child and adult to make together.
Included in the box:
Paper cut into squares - enough to make at least 12 flowers
Paper for the handle
Quick drying glue
You can choose from a variety of different book papers - Harry Potter (book text) Vintage Comic (two tone colour) or Disney (coloured text) paper
Each flower will measure approx 10cm in diameter, the bouquet will measure approx 30cm in length