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Bumblebees and Giving Flowers

We're celebrating Earth Day at Art Feeds! Bees are an essential part of our planet! We need bees to pollinate the plants that produce fruits, nuts, vegetables, and flowers. Without the bees, we might not have enough food to eat! Their small daily tasks of collecting nectar and pollinating plants help the earth in a huge way. We can be like Bumblebees and do small daily things to help our communities, the planet, and the world! Let's make bees and a generosity flower out of mostly recycled materials to celebrate. 


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-Egg Carton


-Googly Eyes

-Yellow and Black Paint

-Paint Brushes

-Water Basin

-Black, white and silver fuzzy sticks


Generosity Flowers


-Watercolor Paper

-Drawing utensil



-Coffee Filter

-Cardboard tubes


-iHeart Art 12 Watercolors & Water Brush Pen

-Paint Brush

-Water basin

-Paint Sticks

-Construction Paper




For bee:

Step 1: Cut egg cartons so that you have two small cups next to each other.

Step 2: Paint the pair of egg holders or little cups yellow with black stripes to look like a bee.

Step 3: Use silver, or any color, fuzzy stick to make the wings of the bee, use black fuzzy sticks to make the legs and the antennae.

Step 4: Glue on googly eyes to the front of your bee.


For flower:

Step 1: Make some paintings using whatever materials you have.

Step 2: Cut petal shapes out of cardboard.

Step 3: Color the cardboard petals.

Step 4: Fold those paintings (after they’re dry) in half and cut a petal shapes out of your folded paper.

Step 5: Write about the things you give to the world on the petals.

Step 6: Decorate your cardboard tube with tape or other materials.

Step 7: Glue your cardboard petals down in a flower shape at the top of the cardboard tube as a base.

Step 8: Glue your paper painted petals that you wrote on, on top of the cardboard petals.

Step 9: Use tissue paper or other materials in the middle of your flower to finish it off!


When you make your own version of this project, post it online with #ArtFeedsMakes so we can cheer you on in your creativity!

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