When I was a little girl my mom had a beautiful garden. And, each year we would gather flowers for the neighbors and drop them off for May Day. Some years my mom even decorated our tether ball pole as a May Pole. And, while I don’t have the same green thumb my mom has, we still celebrate May Day every year. But, I always do something a little more special for my mom. And, this DIY Flower Bouquet Card Valentine’s Day Wooden Crafts is one of my favorite May Day projects!
Check out our printable May Day basket craft while you are here!
May Day Project Supplies:
Newsprint or newspaper.
Round shape to use as a stamp.
Let’s get started! This sweet DIY Flower bouquet would be a great birthday card or Mother’s Day card too. And we love versatile projects!
First, gather your supplies. Our newspaper had already been recycled so, I printed up a vintage looking newspaper print.
Once I had all of my supplies, I cut the newsprint into an arrow shape. After I was happy with the shape, I used school glue to glue it to the cardstock.
Then, I poured some paint onto a paper plate, and lightly dipped my wooden disk stamp into the paint. Next, I stamped the paint onto the paper above the newsprint. After the paint dries, you could add a little depth with white paint or even a few coordinating colored markers.
Finally, I tied a small bow with ribbon and glued it onto the newsprint paper. This is totally optional, but I really liked the extra pizzaz it added to the bouquet!
That’s it! This simple DIY flower bouquet card was a lot of fun to make, and I know it will bring a smile to anyone that receives it! And, I hope this fun craft project inspires you to share some May Day flowers with your friends and neighbors this year!
We also have some interesting wooden crafts for sale,Let’s share next time.