4 years old

Button Flowers Craft


We've got a quick and simple craft for you today, that would be perfect for a little gift to brighten someone's day!  We made these button flowers with very few materials, they kept the kids busy for ages on a rainy day and they look adorable!

What you'll need to make the button flowers craft:
  • assorted buttons
  • Bostik white glue
  • craft sticks

That really is it!  I just set out a box of assorted buttons for the children, I suggested that they might start with a large button in the middle then place small buttons around it for the petals, and they set to work.

It is a bit of a challenge to get the buttons to stay in place, and of course great for their fine motor skills to carefully place the buttons as well as their hand muscles when they squeeze the bottle of glue.

They really got creative with their buttons after a while, finding different ways to arrange them and make some very pretty flowers.

Once the glue has dried on the flowers we then stuck a craft stick / lolly stick to the back of it.  These would look great in a little vase and would make a fantastic gift!

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* This is a review post, we were sent a box of craft supplies from Bostik in order to make this craft.  All opinions are our own.*

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