INSIDE: Cupcake Liner Flower Craft is a beautiful and creative craft for kids of all ages. My kids absolutely loved this one and we spend an entire morning being crafty making flowers! These make a great gift for Mother’s Day or a fun craft during spring or any time of the year for flower lovers!
Books to combine with this cupcake liner flower craft
Cupcake Liner Flower Craft
Gather your supplies.
Take a larger cupcake liner and flip it inside out so that the colourful design is on the inside. Cut slits along the sides of the cupcake liner to make it look like petals.
Take a smaller cupcake liner and do the same. Glue the smaller cupcake liner in the center of the larger cupcake liner. Finished the flower with a gem, button or Pom Pom in the center.
Take a craft stick and color it green with a paint stick. Trace the outline of leaves on green construction paper and let your little one cut them out.
Glue the cupcake flower to the top of the green craft stick stem and the leaf to the side of the stem.
Create several flowers and them arrange them on a sheet of white cardstock like a bouquet or like flower in a garden.
I got in on the action too! It was just too fun and the beauty to fantastic! These are the flower I made. They are pretty good but I think my 7 year and 3 year old stole the day with theirs! Don’t you agree!
These were made by my 7 year old. I love how she added some butterflies, ladybugs and spiders to make it feel and look like a real garden!
These were made by my 3 year old. Simply love her creativity!!
This activity is good for kids 3 years and up. My kids are 3.5, 3.5, and 7 year old.
Supplies for Cupcake Liner Flower Craft
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- Colourful cupcake liners
- Colourful mini cupcake liners
- Craft Sticks
- Green paint sticks
- Green construction paper
- Pom Poms
- White cardstock
- Craft glue
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