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Mother's Day crafts for kids ages four to eight

Crafts for the little ones

For mommy's little angels (four- to eight-year-olds), Mother's Day can be a very exciting time to give even more love to the one they have spent so much time with. With a little help from Daddy or Grandma, the wee ones will love making these fun crafts for their number-one gal!

Spring Flowers

Since Mother's Day takes place during spring, it's only fitting that Mommy get a bouquet of pretty flowers — but not the kind that wilts and must be thrown away. These spring flowers are made of paper and chenille stems.

 

What you need:
Printable pattern
8 1/2- by 11-inch white cardstock
Markers, colored pencils or crayons
6mm green chenille stems
Pom-poms
Scissors
Liquid craft glue

 

Directions:
1. Print and color pattern as desired.
2. Cut out flower shapes and stack as shown in photograph.
3. Poke the end of the chenille stem through both flower pieces and bend over to secure.
4. Glue pom pom to center.
5. Cut and glue leaves onto chenille stem as shown.

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