At the start of summer break, I bought a few craft kits to keep Chloe busy while at home. She loves art projects and nature so I thought it would be fun to try our hand at pressing flowers. After searching online for a few different ones, I ultimately chose the 4M Pressed Flower Art Kit ($9.50 at Amazon) for it's simplicity and it's price point. We couldn't be happier with this kit. It's a fun way for kids to incorporate nature into their artwork.
The kit comes with a 4" flower press, glue, tiny brush, double-sided tape, cards, bookmarks, foldable boxes, and instructions. The glue only comes in a plastic pouch which would get very messy so make sure you have your own glue pen at home so it works better. We had a small glue pen from a Klutz kit so we simply had to just do tiny dots of glue along the flower or leaf to paste it into the card. Since the flowers are delicate, it's probably best a parent helps younger children carefully peel off the flowers from the pressed paper.