Spring is the time to celebrate new beginnings — and to inspire your teens and tweens with colorful crafts.
Have you ever heard the saying "April showers bring May flowers?" As we all know, April is known for its dreary weather, while May brings warm weather, blooming flowers and buzzing bees. It's nice to think of this saying when it's raining; it helps to know that the warm weather and the lovely flowers are on their way.
Spring is the time to celebrate new life and beginnings — and to inspire your teens and tweens with crafts and activities that are colorful and bright. Here are some tantalizing flower crafts that will make your young patrons happy (and fill your library with beautiful displays).
Recycled Fabric Flower: Make these lovely fabric flowers and keep them on display forever.
DIY Hanging Flower Wall Art: This YouTube tutorial by teen vlogger Tanner Bell is so amazing and fun.
Felt Flower Necklaces: These adorable felt flower necklaces are fun and simple to make.
Tissue Paper Flowers: These tissue paper flowers are gorgeous, and they look so real.
Jolly Rancher Flower Cupcakes: These cupcakes are decorated with melted-down Jolly Ranchers that are cut into fun shapes.
Tune in next month for more fun and creative craft ideas for tweens and teens from Mrs. Librarian Lady!