I have worked with seniors with varying degrees of dementia, I have gathered ideas and instructions that are appropriate for them.
Crafting and creating enriches their lives and brings smiles to their faces.
Please go to http://www.pinterest.com/marinemom/crafts-for-the-elderly/

Be mindful and keep an individuals ability in your consideration of a project.
Currently more than 550 crafts are available.
Seniors love to do crafts. They smile, laugh and are so proud that they made or helped make something. Any activity that brings a smile and happiness to them is a blessing.

"Any activity becomes creative when the doer cares about doing it right or doing it better." ~John Updike

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Spring Flowers

  Bright colors welcome Spring.  A BigShot and Sizzix dies were used  to cut out vase, flowers and leaves from card stock. An embossing folder was used to flourish the vase. The vase is 3 dimensional..
After die cutting the vase, branches and flowers arrange and glue to a suitable sized paper backing. Punch holes at top on each side and add ribbon for hanging.
Sizzix Dies - Branch w/Leaves, Flower Dahlia, and Vase,3-D.
Rated: Easy


  1. Hi Brenda! I'm so glad you stopped by my blog and "introduced" yourself. I see you are a dog lover....me too! Have a wonderful weekend, and enjoy Father's Day!

  2. Dear GunnyMom, thanks for your comment on my photo booth! I bet it would make a great activity for seniors. I hope you saw the link to the free printable props I used, which made it very easy. Have fun with it!
    Astrid at Redredcompletelyred xx