Let’s welcome Spring by creating a cardboard flower garden that will brighten up your day.
This post is in collaboration with Pandie! All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Crafting this delightful cardboard flower garden is both easy and charming, requiring just three materials: recycled cardboard, popsicle sticks and Carioca Temperello. Feel free to shape the flowers as you wish and add vibrant colors, creating a cheerful display perfect for the arrival of spring.
We received a wonderful gift from Pandie – these fantastic Carioca Temperello, instantly becoming our new favorites. The colors are lively, the application is easy and they dry quickly.
Making cardboard flowers for Spring is a great idea for kids because it’s a fun and easy way to bring the beauty of flowers into the home using simple materials.
This flower craft holds a special place in my heart; it marks the beginning of my fondness for cardboard crafts.
How to make a cardboard flower garden:
- Recycled cardboard
- Popsicle sticks
- Carioca Temperello paint sticks
- Glue gun and stick
- Cut out different flower shapes, grass, and leaves from the cardboard.
- Color each piece.
- Color the popsicle sticks green.
- Glue the flowers and leaves onto the popsicle sticks.
- Attach the flowers to the back of the cardboard grass.
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