You love it when your little guy brings you flowers, but you cringe knowing he pulled them straight from your garden. Here’s a better solution: flowers that are pretty and perfect for Easter, but made out of paper, so your winning Azaleas stay beautiful (and planted!)
What you’ll need: Construction paper, scissors, clue, tape, tissue paper cut into squares, styrofoam cup (optional), popsicle stick/craft stick
How to make it: Using a piece of construction paper, cut a tulip shape. Next, scrunch up a bunch of tissue paper squares into little balls. Make as many as you want, depending on how big you make your tulip. After you make enough little balls of tissue paper, spread glue all over the tulip shape cutout. Next, take a Styrofoam cup and cut of some of the top to be able to fit your tulip. Make a little slit in the bottom to insert a stick. Glue your tulip to the stick, and place the stick into the paper cup and watch your flower grow!