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Doodle Bouquet: National Craft Month Project & Giveaways

National Craft Month

It’s Day 15 of National Craft Month! This adorable Doodle Bouquet, designed by Amanda (aka Aunt Peaches), is a great way to inspire creativity and a love for crafting in your children. This simple craft is a great way to bond with your children over artistic expression, and will hopefully inspire your child to continue to express themselves artistically. Don’t forget to join us on Periscope for a live-streamed craft every day this month. Plus, scroll down for info on how to win our epic craft giveaways!

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Fresh flowers are a fantastic gift for anyone, but they can be expensive and go to pieces in a matter of days. Next time you want to give the gift of spring blooms, why not make them yourself? The results are one-of-a kind and the recipient will have them on display long after the season has passed. Even better, the process could not be easier or less expensive. This craft makes a fantastic group craft for a birthday party or classroom setting. Want to know how to make it yourself? Let’s get this party started!

Materials Needed for the Doodle Bouquet:

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Instructions

Use your oil pastels to draw flowers on the cardstock using fast, expressive strokes. If you have never used oil pastels before, this is a fantastic chance to give them a try! Oil pastels colors are far more vivid and intense than regular crayons or markers. Sakura makes starter sets for beginners at under $5, as well as more extensive artist-grade pastels as well. Give them a try!

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After the flowers are drawn, use your scissors to loosely trim around the edges. A little white margin space will keep the colors extra clean and bright.

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Flip over one flower and tape the top of one straw to the top. If your straws have bendy-elbows, keep that toward the top as it will make arranging a bit easier later.

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One by one, insert straws into the base (filled with sand or pebbles) working from the back to the front.

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Look what you made! Good work!

For more great tutorials, check out Aunt Peaches’ blog!

 

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