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Springtime 3-D Flowers

I decided my kids need an afternoon of art. I'm a huge component of watercolor in the classroom so we used watercolor to create these 3-D flowers come to life. Students will love creating their own flowers!In the midst of all our test prep, I decided my kids need an afternoon of art. I’m a huge component of watercolor in the classroom so I decided these 3-D flowers were a great idea. It’s easy to set up, beautiful and best of all, EASY to clean! All you need for this project is 3 sheets of white paper per student, watercolor, crayons, scissors and glue.

I decided my kids need an afternoon of art. I'm a huge component of watercolor in the classroom so we used watercolor to create these 3D flowers come to life. Students will love creating their own flowers!

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Each child was to use crayons and watercolor to cover the entirety of the 2 sheets of paper. I encourage them to use patterns and many colors. The third sheet is the background and was only suppose to be painted with one color with minimal patterns.

I decided my kids need an afternoon of art. I'm a huge component of watercolor in the classroom so we used watercolor to create these 3-D flowers come to life. Students will love creating their own flowers!

I told my kiddos I wanted their flowers to pop off the backgrounds. After all three papers dry. I model cutting different shapes of petals and creating the center of your circle. After that, students are free to cut, layer and glue on the pedals. I also showed them how to bend the paper to make sure it’s popping off the paper. They turned out beautiful and each one is very unique!!

Alexis Porter
Alexis Porter

Hey there, I’m Alexis! I’m a 30 something bubbly and creative teacher turned web designer living in Seattle, Washington. I absolutely love designing unique brands + websites for fellow teacherpreneurs, creatives, small businesses, bloggers, & many more. When I’m not working on all things Laugh Eat Learn, I enjoy cooking, movies, reading (always with caffeine in hand), and organization of literally everything. I’m also a pure perfectionist which makes everything a little more fun!

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2 Comments

  1. Eva Wence
    March 19, 2018 / 6:41 AM

    This art project is super cool! Thank you for sharing it with us! … I love your blog!

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