My kids love to pick dandelions and about any other flower they come across on our nature adventures. The problem is that rarely do the kids pick the flower stems long enough to actually make a real bouquet with. So when I saw this fun craft I knew we had to try it out.
Before leaving on a nature walk I cut out a piece of flat cardboard. I drew a vase at the bottom. I then poked about a half a dozen holes in the top third. I explained to my kids that we were going to make a bouquet by putting flowers in the holes. My kids wasted no time coloring their vases and drawing in flower stems and greenery.
Then we took to the fields looking for perfect flowers to complete the bouquet. I ended up putting in more holes to accommodate the plethora of flowers we found. Hopefully you will have as much fun with this project as we did.