This CUPCAKE LINER FLOWER WREATH is such a great spring or Easter craft for kids. This pretty flower craft is super easy to make and they look so pretty when they’re finished. What a gorgeous way to brighten up any room!
These cupcake liner flower wreaths are made on a paper plate base. The basic idea is really simple and I love that kids can easily add lots decorations, such as ribbon, buttons and beads, to make their spring wreath totally unique and special to them.
This is a lovely flower wreath craft for kids of all ages and a great way to spend a crafty afternoon this springtime. When the weather’s nice, this is a great paper plate craft to take outside to do on a picnic blanket in the sunshine.
Easy Flower Wreath Craft For Preschoolers
These pretty spring wreaths are simple enough for your toddlers and preschoolers to enjoy. They’re also really easy for kids to embellish in any way they like, so your bigger kids can have fun letting their creativity and imaginations run too.
Flower Wreath Craft Supplies:
- Paper Plate
- Cupcake Liners
- Mini Cupcake Liners
- Crepe Paper Streamers
- Craft Buttons
- Green Glitter Card
- Sticky Tape
How To Make A Paper Flower Wreath Using Cupcake Liners
1 – Make the base for your flower wreath by giving shape out the middle of a paper plate.
2 – Decorate the rim of your spring wreath by wrapping around some crepe paper streamers. You can use one or a selection of colours. Sticky tape the onto the back out of sight.
3 – We use some large leaves out of green glitter card.the glittery appearance doesn’t show in the photos, but it looks fantastic in real life! If you don’t want to use glitter card then ordinary green paper or card would work too.
4 – Making cupcake liner flowers was our favourite part of this craft. We used large cupcake liners for the outer petals and then mini cupcake liners for the inner petals. The flowers were off by glueing a large button into the middle. We had lots of fun mixing and matching all the colours.
5 – off your Cupcake Liner Flower Wreath by gluing the flowers and leaves onto the paper plate rim in any design you like. Then sticky tape a loop of ribbon to the top, at the back, so that you can hang the wreath on the door.
I hope you enjoyed this post and try making a Cupcake Liner Flower Wreath of your own. It’s so easy and fun for kids (and adults!) of all ages, and is a great way to add a splash of colour to any home decor. Be sure to connect with me on my Facebook page and Instagram if you give this project a try – I’d love to see your results!