Friday, April 1, 2016

Easy Veggie Flower Bouquet Kids Craft for Spring Fun Food Art for Parties & Mothers Day

Food Art

What an easy and festive spring DIY edible food art project this Veggie Flower Bouquet is for children. From the pages of FamilyFun Magazine, this Veggie Flower Bouquet is not only fun to make but delicious and healthy to eat, too. 
This would be a blast for kids to make (and eat!) at a children's birthday party this spring or summer. It would equally be a great idea for kids to create as a Mother's Day surprise gift at breakfast, too. Depending on your kids' abilities and ages, parents, teachers and caregivers will definitely want to participate and supervise this craft. 

How To

For tulips, cut off mini sweet peppers; for daisies, slice peppers into 1/2" rings. Remove seeds, make small hole in bottom on tulip or one side of ring, then insert string beans into holes and serve with your fave dip. Directions

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  1. This is insanely cute! I am going to set snack up like this for the first day back from school!!!

  2. This is so adorable and creative! I have never seen anyone do this before, it looks great.

  3. Wow, just wow, why didn't I think of that!! Such a cool idea!!

  4. Oh wow! This is such a super cute idea. I'm sure kids will have fun making these and maybe even encourage them to eat more veggies!