Blossoms of the Week: I’m so proud of myself for actually forcing some spring blossoms this year! I’ve tried in the past but without success. I guess the timing was just right for these plum blossoms. They lasted about 10 days, but a very happy 10 days it was.
Even if you don’t have a chance to force real blossoms, here are my picks for lovely kids spring blossom crafts. If you’ve been reading this blog for awhile, not only are you awesome, but you know I wouldn’t send you off to do any crafts that are too challenging.
Blossom Crafts of the Week:
- Even though I can’t condone the use of glitter (!) I love these fairy blossom lights from Red Ted Art so much!
- Kitchen Counter Chronicles demonstrates how you can use the same technique for making snowflakes to make colorful paper flowers for your front door.
- Turn a tp roll and some office supply stickers into a sweet, blossoming tree candle holder just like Creative Jewish Mom did for Tu B’Shevat.
- Your kids can use their own imaginations and crafting skills to make an accordion folded spring flower collage like Amy and her girls did at Make & Takes.
- You all know I love my Swedish heritage, so how could I not fawn over this Swedish Easter Tree of Mind Blowing Coolness at Julia’s Bookbag?
Spring Books of the Week:
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