Mother’s Day Cards



This week in children’s crafts, I brought watercolors, paper, glue and whatever flowers I could scavenge on my way to the twin’s house. Pretty much any time of the year you can find flowers in Northern California, but the wildflowers are out now and I felt much better picking those.



This craft succeeded because it had the essential elements: something for mom (who we all love), glue, and real live flowers scattered all over the table.



I set out watercolors and some glue in a paint pot. The children enjoyed mixing watercolors into the glue, and using the flowers as paintbrushes.






Here’s the one I made for my own momma. Happy Mother’s Day!

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