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  • Sabrina Orlins

    Spring Blossom Tree Preschool Craft (great for when cherry blossoms come out in DC! )

  • Ann Elizabeth Blair Watt

    Make a "cherry blossom tree" ~ "touch up" the kernels of popcorn with colored icing, for pink cherry blossoms (kids' Spring craft)

  • Lane Beth

    Popcorn cherry blossoms - Great idea for a spring art project Glue on cardboard and hang in tree for birds

  • Mumbling Mommy Blog

    Fun little #Spring art project, a cherry blossom tree craft with POPCORN! Repinned by MumblingMommy.com #kids

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Since I'm going for black & white look w/ a touch of pink, I think I might do this.. Maybe make mine look a little more like a cherry blossom tree though.

fun little Spring art project... and yummy too :) - cute & you could add a little pink food coloring to the pot when popping the popcorn for pink cherry blossoms.

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BRENDI ,funny i should find this,i wa thinking on the way home about Miss Liberty and her baby shower...what about doing like Chalvia did for her wedding,paint a tree on canvas,let people do pinky/thumb prints on ink pads in whatever color you want for the flowers on the tree ,have them sign their 1st names by their prints and then hang it in her room

Popcorns and trees in blossom - super easy spring craft

Spring Blossom Painting--gives me an idea to have each of the kids make a tree (leaves with fingerprints) for a season--4 kids, 4 season :) Could do on canvas and hang up in the playroom :)

This is gorgeous! I love the look of the worn cardboard...I am going to do a butterfly project! and I might even use real twigs instead of painting them or die cutting!