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Colorful Crayon Flower Arrangement Box

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Kids will love this adorable flower arrangement box made with crayons and STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam. Fill it with artificial flowers to brighten up a child's bedroom or a classroom. For other great summer crafts for kids, check out our Summer Crafts for Kids eBook.

Colorful Crayon Flower Arrangement Box

Materials:

  • STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam:
    • Cube, 5"
  • Chrysanthemums with leaves, five stems each: orange; purple; yellow
  • Bright green reindeer moss, one small bag
  • Patterned scrapbook papers, five different sheets
  • Crayons, 60 different colors
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Wire cutters
  • Low-temp glue gun and glue sticks
  • Thick, white craft glue

Instructions:

  1. Trace bottom of foam cube onto each of five different papers and cut out. Glue papers to sides and bottom of cube, leaving top open.
     
  2. Use glue gun and refer to photo to adhere crayons around base of cube. Use glue gun to adhere moss to top of cube.
     
  3. Use wire cutters to trim floral stems to various lengths up to 8" long. Insert flowers into top of foam cube in pleasing arrangement. Shape stems and leaves to create balanced look.


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Speaking of flowers, you will be referring to beautiful flower arrangements, having various species of flowers rich in beautiful colours, mesmerizing aromas, and pleasant textures and shapes. The main points that need to be considered while preparing a nice bouquet of flowers is to pay close attention to elements like combination of flowers, as the combination of flowers must meet certain criteria, such as colours, shapes and sizes. Another important point is the usage of foliage, i.e. the leaves accompanying the flowers, which must be arranged in equal sizes and shapes, and must be fresh and green to match perfectly with the flowers. The bouquet can be made as basket of flowers kept in pots, wooden containers or well wrapped in a decorative paper or plastic. Making use of exotic and bright coloured flowers make the bouquet look amazingly beautiful.

What an absolutely precious project! I'll be doing this with my kids soon. Maybe I'll Shop Flowers at http://www.canadawideflowers.ca for flowers to go in it. They deliver all over the world- super convenient for busy moms!

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I absolutely love this idea, and I think it would make an awesome and unique gift for my dd to take to her teacher during Teacher Appreciation week. I'm thinking I'll have to pick up the supplies the next time I'm at the craft store so that we can get started ahead of time. Then we can just grab the floral part when it's time to give the gift. Sweet!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial. =) Rebekah

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