Springtime Funtime 2

February 12th, 2013 posted by Ann DeLong

Spring is in the air! Time for showers, sunshine and flowers abound. Reach for the rays with this fun sun catcher and grow an instant button bouquet.

Sun Catcher

sun catcher

You will need:

Clear plastic lid

Construction paper




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What you do

1. Punch a hole near the rim of a clear plastic lid. //

2. Glue designs cut from construction paper to the center of the lid.


Tie a string through the hole and hang the sun catcher in a window.

Button Bouquet

Here are some colorful crafts to make with very minimal materials. A great class art project. button flower

You will need:

chenille sticks button posterboard scissors glue


Insert a chenille stick through one hole in a button and back through the other. Twist the ends together under the button to make a stem.


Cut out several petals from posterboard and glue them together. When the petals are dry, glue them to the back of the button.


Bend short pieces of chenille sticks into leaf shapes and twist them onto the stem.

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