Spring Blossoms

I saw this idea over on The Wonder Years. As a way of giving a warm and long-awaited welcome to spring, we made these pom-pom flowers. Extremely simple and fun.

First, we wrapped the yarn around LM's hand.

Then we took it off, tied a piece of yarn around the middle, and cut the loops.

We went in our back yard to find a few sticks that we could attach the blossoms to, then put them in a vase.

When they were all done, we thought they bore a striking resemblance to the world of the Who's. So we are taking good care of them.

This would be a fun craft to go along with the book: "Horton Hears a Who," by Dr. Seuss.


Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

Pretty AND crafty, love that!

Miller Moments said...

Fun blog! I'm excited to have found you. These remind me of the flowers in one of the Dr. Seuss books. Love it!

Razzle Dazzle Mom said...

These are soooo cute! What a fun idea! Thanks! My littles will love these!

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Barb Thompson said...

Very cool. You gave me some great ideas for my storytimes!

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