Beautiful flower printing craft

flower printing

Ever tried printing with flowers?

flower painting

Dip and print – it couldn’t be easier. The flower stalks were like little fairy wands, dabbing paint onto the paper.

flower craft ideas

Little finger prints make great stems too (and who can resist putting putting their hands in the paint?)

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  1. says

    What a cheery, upbeat, simple-with-delightful results project. Printing projects give such immediate feedback. Makes the perfect invitation to consider other possibilities!!

  2. says

    Cathy, this does look nice. Did you have to be quite gentle with the flowers? I’m thinking J might be a little too enthusiastic about the stamping. I guess I could always take the stem off and just let him use the flower head.

    • Cathy @ NurtureStore says

      Hi Kate. I guess it’s going to depend on the flowers you choose. We used chrysanthemums, which are pretty robust and have dense flower heads to take the paint and make a good print. The stems held up well too and we weren’t all that gentle – they were well dunked in the paint pots!

  3. says

    Oh my, how cool are these.. what a perfect print! It looks absolutely fabulous. What a great way to explore mixed media!

    Thank you again for linking to Kids Get Crafty.


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