Here are some fab and groovy 1970's inspired flower papers that will add some retro style to your Dolls house! We have three designs to download below: one with a bright purple background, and two funky brown designs with different sizes of flower pattern.
We've got all sorts of flower printables at Activity Village, and we are growing this section actively too. You'll find all sorts below, such as flower jigsaws, flower lacing cards, flower alphabets and flower posters.
There is something missing in this garden scene - and that's the flowers! We've provided the stalks and now the kids need to draw on the flowers, and the colour the whole picture in.
Cheer someone up with a little letter written on this lovely spring flowers writing paper design, choosing from three versions below.
Make this daffodil bloom by drawing the flower on the top of the stem! You can use the smaller picture for reference...
Count the petals! Our pretty flowers with from 4 petals to 20 petals challenge the kids to count. Use this set as double-sided flashcards by folding, or cut them all apart for some matching activities. Start with just a few cards with lower numbers and then work up.
This lovely daffodil lacing card is a perfect "extra" activity for spring, St David's Day, Easter ... or any time. Older children could "sew" a design on the daffodil rather than lace around the edges.
Encourage your child's creativity and modelling skills with this daffodil playdough mat. You'll need to break out the yellow playdough - and maybe some orange too.
This lovely daffodil poster will pretty on display in your classroom or home - perfect to cheer us up at spring time or perhaps useful for a St David's Day display?
Heres a lovely bright bunch of daffodils in a vase to brighten up the room! Just print out this photographic poster at A4 size and put it on display.
You can use this daffodil sewing card just like all our other spring lacing cards, but we think it works particularly well for older children, who can outline not only the edges of the petals with stitches or lacing but also the inner edges and centre of the flower.
Daisies are one of the prettiest summer flowers - and many of us will remember sitting on the grass in the summer months, carefully making daisy chains and pulling the petals off while chanting "he loves me, he loves me not".
These pretty daisy letters are useful for all sorts of activities, especially in the spring and summer. We also have lower case letters and numbers available.
Print out our daisy alphabet and use it for spelling activities, making names on doors, notice board displays, etc. You could even make a circlet for your little girl's head spelling her name... We also have lower case letters and numbers available.
Print and cut out these daisy numbers to make counting fun! You could use them in your games or displays, particularly in the spring or summer. We have alphabets to match, too.
Kids can add a daisy to our stem with playdough. Will it be a traditional white daisy with a yellow centre, or something a little unusual?
This pretty poster of a daisy looks stunning printed out onto nice card and displayed on a sunny wall. You can also cut it out for notice-board displays...
Here's a great cut and stick activity where children get to create and decorate their own garden! This is the "garden" part. We have another page of flowers for you to cut out and stick on in your own design.
These are the flowers that go with our Decorate the Garden page! This is a great cut and stick activity which will keep kids busy if you can't get outside into the real garden. There is a black and white version too.
When you look at a field of dandelions, you can either see a hundred weeds or a thousand wishes. This lovely poster reminds us that there are two ways to look at every situation!
Our bright and colourful floral bunting has rather a retro 70's feel to it. Print on to paper or card and fold the flap over a length of ribbon or string to hang.
Printing 2 to a page and with 8 different designs, this floral bunting will help you create a bright, eyecatching display.
Who wouldn't like to learn to tell the time with the help of this bright and cheerful flower clock! It's simply a question of cutting out the parts and putting them together with a split pin or brad.
Why play dominoes with boring black and white dots when you can play with colourful flowers instead? These gorgeous flower dominoes are easy to print and cut out, and you can laminate them or stick them onto craft foam to make them more durable if you prefer.
Here's a beautiful flower frame with a difference - it's circular! Whatever you decided to draw or write inside, the finished result is bound to look stunning...
Print these gorgeous flower game cards onto some card, laminate if you prefer, then use for all kinds of fun games like snap or memory.
Here's a pretty flower lacing card that children will enjoy. For younger children, print onto card and cut out, then punch holes around the edges to be laced with a shoelace or wool threaded onto a blunt needle.
Our second flower lacing card is perfect for beginners, with a nice simple outline. Older kids could embellish the details of the flower with extra stitches.
Here's a fun flower lacing card for more dexterous kids. Turning the corners on those petals will require a little bit of skill!
Our 4th flower lacing card has a distinctly tropic feel! With it's lovely bright pink, this hibiscus makes a super lacing card for summer...
Children can use their playdough to add a flower to this pot. They could also add soil and a seedling, or perhaps a bean stalk...
Simply print and cut out these pretty flowers, then sort them by size. If you laminate them, you can repeat the activity again and again. Of course you could also count the petals and sort by the number of petals, too.
There are ladybirds, butterflies and bees flying among the flowers on this lovely spring themed bunting. To hang cut out the flags and fold the tab over a length of ribbon or string, gluing in place.
Children can use their playdough to make a garden full of flowers using this fun playdough mat as a prompt. Perfect for spring or summer.
Featuring the word 'grow', this postcard would be perfect to send to a grandparent or a gardening friend! Print on to card, cut along the dark line, fold in half and glue the sides together to make a postcard sure to be treasured.
This photographic poster illustrates the quote “From a small seed a mighty trunk may grow.” by Aeschylus. Use it to illustrate how small acts can make a big difference, and to encourage children to think about how they might be "seeds of change".
It’s been a lo-ong winter here in the UK. By the end of winter I am always desperate for some sunshine and flowers. Spring has finally come, and I have been revelling in sun and colour and warmth.
This scrapbook paper features pretty blue hibiscus flowers and would look lovely as wallpaper for a dolls house, or cut up to use as tags or cards. We've got two versions available, with small or large flowers.
Here's a pretty hyacinth poster to print and display for springtime. We've kept the outline simple so you could cut it out for your displays if you want...
This second printable version of Wordsworth's lovely poem, I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud, works well as a poster or on a whiteboard as well as a hand-out. In the background of the poem, a host of golden daffodils nod their heads...
Trace over the dotted lines to draw this stylised lotus flower, then colour in the petals. Alternatively, use it as a template and print onto pink paper for cutting out and sticking...
The poinsettia is a red and green plant from Central America, now used in Christmas floral displays all over the world. The shape of the plant is sometimes likened to the star of Bethlehem which led the wise men to Jesus.
Did you know that the colourful flowers on a poinsettia are actually a type of leaf? You can see their bright red colour on this printable poster, perfect for Christmas displays or a flower topic.
Lace around this lovely red rose for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day or summer, perhaps. Cut out and laminate, then punch holes around the edge. Older children could use a blunt needle to punch smaller holes along the inside black lines and stitch along them with running stitch.
Perhaps your children will make a red rose for Valentine's Day? Alternatively, choose any colour they like to add a rose to the stem; roses come in such beautifully different colours and patterns.
Here's our simple rose illustration in poster format. Print it out for display or perhaps as an extra large card, or the front cover of a project. Did you know that it used to be traditional to wear a red rose on your lapel or in your buttonhole for St George's Day?
Roses are the flower of summer in the UK, so we thought we should include a rose poster in our collection. This is a pretty photographic poster that might come in useful for summer displays.
Use this pretty bouquet of roses writing paper for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Grandparent's Day...
Snowdrops start to appear in early Spring. Why not stick up this pretty poster as part of a display for the season?
This is an sorting game for children aged approximately 3-6. There are two parts to this sorting game: a game board, and 16 flower cards.
Lovely flowers in pretty pastel spring colours line the top of this pretty writing paper, which is sure to be popular!
These gorgeous sunflowers are relatively simple to cut out and look superb on display, "planted" in a line. The pdf file includes the complete alphabet in lower case letters.
Available in both colour and black and white, we thought these "badges" might come in useful for a party - or some sort of crafty project!
These sunflower frames would make a lovely classroom display. Write a sunflower or summer themed poem neatly on the centre, colour in the frame and cut out to pin up.
This lovely sunflower lacing card is perfect for a late summer lacing project, and so much fun to do. Lace around the edges with yellow wool and then sew some textural "seeds" on the brown with running stitch.
There's a bright and cheerful sunflower on the front of this lifecycle diary booklet, and plenty of space inside for recording your observations if you're growing your own sunflowers from seed. Print onto A4 paper, and choose the 'Booklet' option under 'Page Size and Hand
Our sunflower life cycle vocabulary matching cards can be cut out individually and used for matching games or folded to make two-sided cards to test vocabulary.
Print our sunflower life cycle sequencing cards (and arrows) onto some strong white paper or card, then cut out and arrange in the correct order to make your own life cycle diagram. You can laminate the cards and arrows for extra durability too (choose from blank or labelled versions below).
This printable set of sunflower life cycle word cards contains 10 words or phrases all associated with the sunflower life cycle process. Perfect for labelling diagrams and for vocabulary work.
When your children make the sunflower to top the stem on this sunflower playdough mat encourage them to think about the texture of the flower and see if they can represent it in playdough. They could even embelish with sunflower seeds.
Sunflowers brighten up our lives in late summer, and who can fail to be cheered up by their lovely, open faces turning towards the sunshine! Here's a poster to brighten your walls...
This lovely, simple poster will cheer up any classroom, playroom or bedroom! It has a nice simple outline for cutting out projects, too.
This sunflower template, complete with stem and leaves, can be used in all sorts of craft projects with the kids, including simple collage and sewing projects. You can cut out the central circle to make a photo frame, too.
Here's our pretty sunflower head - no stem or leaves - for you to trace or use as a template for cutting out crafts.
This thistle playdough mat needs you to add a purple flower to the stem. It's a fun activity to celebrate Scotland.
Here's a pretty poster of a thistle, ready to print and display or use as a cover for a project, perhaps.
The thistle has been used as a royal symbol of Scotland since the rule of James III in 1470 and is the oldest recorded 'National Flower'. Print this lovely poster of a thistle using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
Use this thistle template for our thistle crafts - or with your own ideas. One simple idea to use the template: children could colour in the leaves and then scrunch up tissue paper to make the stem and flower.
Kids can use their playdough to add a tulip to the stem we provide on this playdough mat. Tulips come in all sorts of different colours - yellow, pink, orange, red, purple, black...
This lovely tulip template includes the tulip's stem and a little pot too - and it looks absolutely gorgeous cut from a selection of different bright plain and patterned paper and lined up in a row - perhaps along the bottom of a noticeboard or on a windowsill!
This tulip template design is perfect for younger children as the shapes are simple to cut out and stick together. We have two sizes - one per page and two per page.
Use this pretty tulip writing frame for Spring writing projects and get the kids to colour in the stem and leaves when they are done. You can also use the blank version as a template for your crafty projects, displays etc.
Top this little vase with a bunch of beautiful playdough flowers! Children could roll the playdough out and use flower-shaped cutters, or just "do their own thing".
I would be very happy to have a full-size version of this beautiful waterlilies paper in my bedroom! Print this lovely paper and use to decorate a room in a dolls house, or even as wrapping paper?
This beautiful card is suitable for any general occasion - to say thank you, to say hello, to wish someone happy birthday etc. It features a quote that reminds us how lucky we are.