Easy Spring Paper Flower Craft For Kids
Spring is finally here, the sun is slowly starting to arrive, the clocks have gone forward and the flowers are beginning to grow. Today we have a fantastic easy and simple paper flower tutorial. I really hope you enjoy this. It’s super simple and easy and the kids will love it.
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Supplies For This Flower Craft
- Construction Paper
- Pipe Cleaners
- Clear Tape
- Glue Stick
Pacon Tru-Ray Construction Paper, 9-Inches by 12-Inches, 50-Count, Assorted (103031)Best Titanium Scissors – 5 Pack – 8Dixon Ticonderoga No.2 Pencils, Assorted Neon, 10-Pack
How To Make This Spring Craft
Cut paper into strips. Strips should be about ½ – ¾ of an inch wide. You’ll need about ten strips total.
Using your glue stick, apply glue to a strip of paper about ½ an inch from the bottom of the strip.
Fold other ends of the strip over (without pressing it flat) to create a loop and press the end of the paper strip directly to the glue leaving a ½ inch “flap” at the bottom of your loop.
Repeat until you have about 10 loops.
Using your scissors, (regular or fun shaped scissors) cut out a circle that is about 1 ½ inches wide.
This circle will be the middle of your flower.
Next, apply glue to the “flap” of your loop and press it to your circle
Repeat all the way around your circle.
Once your flower has all of its petals, you’re ready to attach your stem (pipe cleaner)!
Place your pipe cleaner on the side of your flower where you glued your loops.
Using clear, scotch tape, attach your pipe cleaner.
TA-DA! You’ve made your very first flower!
You can mix and match your petal colours or choose a solid colour.
The Lorax (Classic Seuss)Creativity Street Chenille Stems/Pipe Cleaners 12 Inch x 6mm 100-Piece, Assorted ColorsCarson Dellosa Flowers Shape Stickers (168038)
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!
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