Looking for ways to use up the little nature trinkets that you little people collect? Have a go at making some Dandelion Wishes Spring Flower Keyrings! This is such a quick little craft and particularly suited to hang on kid’s nursery or school bags (at least that’s what we’ve done with them – and used them as a way to identify our different children’s school bags!) Orla and Elodie are always picking flowers wherever they go. Well, not just flowers – acorns, leaves, whatever they can cram into their little pockets! Little gems that they find on their way. We often have to take a plastic bag to store them in and I am forever telling them not to pick the leaves of the bushes on our way to school – they actually do belong to someone!
We had a little weekend wander and collected some particularly pretty flowers that we wanted to display in our keyrings (and one or two may have been added from our own garden – thanks to cheeky hands!)
To make the Dandelion Wishes Spring Flower Keyrings… you simply need…..
- Clear Keyrings (we found ours here)
- Some little flowers – simply collected from gardens (your own preferably!) or fields
- Dandelion Wishes (as they look pretty when you hold the keyring up to the light)
Pop the flowers and dandelion wishes in your keyring, snap on the cover – and hey presto! You and your keyring are ready for adventures!