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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Flower Face

We all think our children are the cutest things to ever grace the Earth, so of course it makes perfect sense that Mom and Grandma would love to have a flower with a child's face in the middle of it! 

Above is one Brayden made in Kindergarten. It has his face with do-a-dots used to make the petals. Then crayon for the rest of the picture. The poem reads:

Roses are red
Violets are blue
When you see this flower
You will know

This one is one Kaitlyn made in nursery at church last year. It is a flower shape that they had her color. They then put the picture in the middle and connected it to a green straw (strong) and a note that says "Happy Mother's Day! Thank you for helping me bloom and grow."

Simple but adorable! 

1 comment:

Laura Major (Learning Is Child's Play) said...

Love these little cuties! I just posted a link on my fb page to a free printable that would be perfect for these! It's a sweet little leaf that says, "Dear Mother All Flowers Remind me of You!"
Thanks for the great idea!


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