Create a garden of handcrafted delights with an inspiring collection of creative flower crafts at Spoonful.
Give your girl's bed a fresh look with this bright headboard made from a science-fair display board.
These colorful corsages bloom year-round, and they're easy to make from felt and assorted decorations.
This design lets you trim a lamp to match the colors of your child's room. For an even more personalized, changeable look, she can slip photos or drawings under the ribbons.
This fold-open bouquet card is a standout for almost any occasion.
A posy of pinwheeling blooms turns a plain tee into a wearable garden.
Jump-start the spring season with these cheery, wearable felt blossoms.
These colorful prints are easy to create -- the technique is right at your child's fingertips.
You don't need a green thumb to make these colorful paper flower crafts. Just a pair of scissors and a pile of old magazines and your glossy paper flower garden will soon be blooming.
A recycled picture frame turns favorite blooms into objets d'art.
Create a whimsical fairy costume, complete with flower accents, with these easy-to-make instructions.
Help sow the seeds of imagination with a playset that includes everything your tot needs to open her own flower shop.
Bone up on botany and save some mementos of summer by pressing plant leaves and petals.
Fashioned from colorful wire ribbon and floral wire, these whimsical blossoms shape up into an impressive bouquet. And unlike real blooms, they'll last long after the holiday.
Can't wait for the sun to come out? Brighten up even the gloomiest of days by turning ordinary tissue paper into these giant tissue paper flowers.
Every little girl needs a fairy friend to keep her company. If you can't find a real one flitting about your garden, you can craft one out of pipe cleaners and artificial flowers.
Jump-start the season with this flower-dyeing project.
Since you can't take pictures of actual fairies, why not make pictures of them out of flower petals and your imagination.
Keep your flowers fresh and your kids happy with this fun-to-make flower print. Pounding flowers into paper transfers the natural pigments in a fun noisy way that is irresistable to kids.
Perched atop a PVC-pipe stem, these ever-blooming milk jug flowers get their radiant hues from permanent markers.
Colorful electrical and duct tapes make crafting these wilt-proof blooms a cinch.
Turn those loose beads, buttons, baubles, and bits of broken pottery into a beautifully personalized mosaic flower pot.
Transform chocolate kisses into a dozen roses.
Here's a twist on the traditional snow globe: fabric flowers, plastic figures, and a pinch of glitter in a recycled jar celebrate the coming of the warmer season.
Girls will love making these Thumbprint Garden T-shirts that they can personalize.
Slip a felt "dress" over an empty plastic bottle for a vase that will rival the beauty of any bouquet.
Creating these lilies doesn't require a green thumb -- just card stock and the outline of a hand.
Make a bouquet of big, bold sunflowers out of yarn and paper plates.
These pretty paper blossoms are perfect for Mother's Day, or anytime you want to show Mom how much you care.
Make garden-inspired fabric prints from flowers and leaves.
Ward off cabin fever with activities and solutions that send boredom on the run.
Dress up a teacher's desk -- or your child's -- with these darling and creative flowers.
With a few scissor snips, transform old shirts into a cute cut-flower tee or a stylish scarf.
Liven up your houseplants with vibrant button flowers.
Celebrate summer with these fanciful flower headdresses, called venki in Russian.
Create a whimsical flower display this spring.
Felt Flower Pins
Fingerprint Fruits and Flowers
Glossy Paper Flowers
Still Life With Flowers
Fantasy Flower Shop
Preserve Backyard Flowers
Giant Tissue Paper Flowers
Pounded Flower Prints
Colored Tape Craft: Faux Flowers
Spring No-Snow Globe
Thumbprint Garden T-Shirt
Garden of Weavin'
Wind a Vine
Snip a Shirt
Charming Spring Flower Arrangement