Child's Spring Floral Artwork

Child's Spring Floral Artwork - ready to display
Colorful tissue paper squares and dot markers are all your child will need to create a piece of artwork. Depending on their age, you might help with the glue and lettering for a title. Add a scrap of cardboard to prop it up and you have instant home decor.

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March 26, 2020

Child's Spring Floral Artwork - ready to displayBrighten up your home with this tissue paper spring themed artwork. Prop up with a piece of cardboard from a tissue box. This was made by my son with the help of my handwriting "Happy Spring". This is a great way to display temporary seasonal art or to showcase your children's work (prop up with piece of cardboard).

Total Time: 20 minutes


  • paper
  • tissue paper (assorted colors)
  • glue
  • dot marker
  • empty tissue box


  1. Cut assorted colored tissue paper into square shapes.
  2. Child's Spring Floral Artwork - cut tissue paper into squares

  3. Depending on the flower you would like to achieve, you can scrunch up the tissue paper or fold it over.
  4. Child's Spring Floral Artwork - fold or scrunch to make flowers
  5. Using glue, glue the pieces into place on the paper. Using green tissue paper make stems and grass.
  6. Child's Spring Floral Artwork - fold green pieces to make stems
    Child's Spring Floral Artwork - create and glue down your flower garden
  7. My son used dot markers all around switching up the colors.
  8. Child's Spring Floral Artwork - dot marker "frame" created and text added by mom
  9. Cut out if needed.
  10. Child's Spring Floral Artwork - cut paper down as needed

  11. Use a piece of cardboard to make a picture frame holder to prop the paper up. Tape to secure in place. Ready to display.
  12. Child's Spring Floral Artwork - tissue box corner for artwork prop
    Child's Spring Floral Artwork - tape the prop in place on the back
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March 28, 20200 found this helpful

When my son was in kindergarten, he was constantly bringing home artwork. We had folding doors in front of our washer/dryer in the kitchen, so I used them for a gallery.

I've seen framed artwork from children that's as good, in my opinion, as some of the pieces in museums.

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March 30, 20200 found this helpful

I love seeing artwork from school. :) Some are incredibly awesome! My son drew United States from school as well as some other continents and I was quite impressed (for art).


And sometimes the kids imagination when it comes to arts & crafts is really amazing!

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