Years ago, one May Day when my sons were still children, we were in the house doing something when we heard a knock at the front door. My younger son went to see who it was. When he opened the door, no one was there, but what a nice surprise was there - a paper May day flower cone filled with beautiful wildflowers. There was no note with the cone, so we didn't know who left it until weeks later a good friend of mine let it slip that she and her young daughters had made cones for all their best friends for May Day. What a nice tradition.
Watch this short video and learn how to make your own paper cones to use for May Day flower cones today.
Even dandelions look sweet in these paper cones, so don't think you need to go out and buy flowers for this project.
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