Finally…spring is in bloom! After a long winter, it’s time to brighten up the place with some beautiful spring flowers! Try this fun Spring Flower activity with your family using many of your favorite RoseArt supplies!
Here is what you’ll need:
- RoseArt Watercolors
- RoseArt Paint Brushes
- RoseArt Glue Stick and School Glue
- Write Dudes Pencil
- White watercolor paper
- Paper towel
Start by drawing one flower petal on your watercolor paper. Cut it out, and then trace it eight more times. I made mine pretty large and traced two petals on each sheet of paper. Be sure not cut the petals just yet…we will get there soon!
Take four of the petals and paint water on them. Blot two of the petals with a paper towel.
Next, paint each of the petals a different color. Explore different patterns on the petals, such as diagonal stripes, zig zags, polka dots, etc. Allow the petals to dry completely.
Paint the remaining four petals different colors as well. Explore different patterns on these petals if you’d like!
Once all eight petals are completely dry, cut them out and arrange in a circle pattern. Create the base of your flower by cutting a large circle about 3-4” wide, depending on the size of the petals. Use your RoseArt glue stick to adhere the petals around the circle. Do your best to space the petals evenly!
Once completed, glue small pom poms onto the base of your flower using your RoseArt School Glue.
Now your flower is complete! Hang it on the refrigerator, or make it a vibrant decorative piece around the house. Enjoy!