Rainbow tree

Another craft work I loved doing along with my toddler to brighten up our days and our art wall. Crafting has been really helping me like a therapy during these times of quarantine and uncertainty. There is so much joy that is born out of creating something beautiful. This rainbow tree brings so much happiness when I look at it on our art wall.

Materials needed for this project:

  • Cardstock/copy paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Toothpick
  • Stapler

I will add a video link to how we made these DIY paper flowers. I didn’t get a chance to take pictures but hope the video is self-explanatory.

Here is the direct link to the video on how we created this rainbow tree with DIY paper flowers.

3 thoughts on “Rainbow tree

  1. My son is 9 months old and he is very naughty. He has started walking recently and it’s very hard to control him. I and my husband both have to handle him. He likes to play a lot. None of the toys stays for more than 2 weeks. He doesn’t like to play with the same toys again and again. sometimes its get hard to choose toys for him considering his safety. My brother-in-law bought a crocodile-themed pull toy from Nesta Toys a 3 months back. It’s really good. My son likes to hold it and walk. The things which attracted us a lot are it has round and smooth edges which is safe, water-based paint is used, it has non-toxic coatings and most importantly its durable. It also has a beating drum sound which my son likes the most, he enjoys and follows the tune. In this way, it is easy for us to feed him too. Even though he throws the toy sometimes, the toy doesn’t break. Hopefully he will keep it safe.


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