Felt Poppy PDF Template
Inside: Felt Poppies PDF Template
Are you looking for a simple World War I project for kids? Try making these adorable Felt Poppies.
Easy to make, fun to give away.
Learn more about World War I and Hungary with our literature guide for The Singing Tree.
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