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Mother’s Day Craft for Kids :: Egg Carton Flower Bouquet

Mother’s Day Craft for Kids :: Egg Carton Flower Bouquet

Mother's Day Egg Carton Flower Bouquet Craft for Kids

My grandchildren are always complaining that they don’t have any money, so I often try to come up with some additional chores they can do to earn a few extra dollars. This time of the year is the perfect chance for them to make some money, with the school year winding down and all of the yard work that is needed. Earlier this week my grandson spent the afternoon picking up pine cones and sticks from the latest storms that came through.

It’s hard to believe that Mother’s Day is just a week from today, and the last thing I want is for the kids to spend their hard earned money on gifts for me. Craft projects are such a great way for the kids to give meaningful gifts, so we decided to make a simple Egg Carton Flower Bouquet. This is Mother’s Day craft for kids is such a fun way to celebrate spring!

Egg Carton Flower Bouquet Craft for Kids

Here’s What You’ll Need:
egg carton
craft paint
paint brushes
pipe cleaners
craft beads

1. Using the scissors, separate the individual cups from the egg carton (small kids will need help with this). While you have the scissors out, go ahead and poke a small hole in the bottom of each cup. This will be for the pipe cleaner.

Mother's Day Egg Carton Flower Bouquet Craft for Kids

2. Paint each egg cup and allow to dry completely.

3. For the stem, push a pipe cleaner up through the hole you made in the bottom of the cup. Inside the cup, place a small bead over the pipe cleaner. Make a knot in the end of the stem so it won’t move.

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  • These are so cute for Mothers Day gifts. They are easy enough that the littler ones can help do
    themselves. Thanks for the information on making them.

  • that is so cute!
    my son complained that he had no money so he couldn’t give me anything for mother’s day – which he didn’t even know it was mother’s day until he was playing outside with the neighbors and one of them said something about it.
    it’s just not something i incorporated into the homeschool lessons, so it wasn’t really mentioned.
    i told him that all he had to do was make me a picture… and he complained about that, too. so i gave up.
    i’m sure i’ll get something good when he’s grown, no worries.

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