This paper flower bouquet are the most beautiful flowers. This DIY paper flowers craft is perfect for mother’s day, birthday days, grandparent’s day, or just for décor! The best part is, bigger kids, younger kids, kids of all ages can make these beautiful paper flowers with these step by step instructions.
These paper flower bouquets are beautiful and easy to make.
Homemade Construction Paper Flower Bouquet
These simple construction paper flowers are easily crafted by little fingers. Kids of all ages can make this craft — younger kids may need additional help and supervision. Older kids will likely run with the idea and make something that is much grander than what we show below.
I would expect that most of the supplies you already have at home or in the classroom so the cost is minimal and making a flower or two would take about 15 minutes while making an entire bouquet for mom might be closer to 25 minutes for most kids.
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Related: Check out this beautiful easy homemade card with pipe cleaner flowers kids can make.
Supplies Needed to Make Paper Flower Mother’s Day Bouquet:
Directions to Make Construction Paper Flowers
Cut 3-inch wide strips of colored construction paper, one for each flower you wish to make.
Then, cut slits almost all the way through each strip, kind of like when you’re making grass for a paper craft.
Put a line of glue along the solid edge, place a popsicle stick at one end, and roll it up inside of the paper.
Add a thin piece of duct tape around the base of the paper flower to reinforce it onto the popsicle stick.
Use your fingers to bend and fluff out the pieces of paper into a flower shape.
Glue ribbon around the toilet paper roll, and then place the popsicle stick paper flowers inside the toilet paper roll.
Want more realistic flower stems? You can paint the craft stick green. That way they look more like fresh flowers!
Want your flowers to be more open, you can kind of maneuver the flower petals so that your paper flower bouquet project looks bigger.
You can also make your bouquet any size. Add more flowers for a larger bouquet or less for a small bouquet. You can also make them smaller using less paper and make small stems using smaller craft sticks.
Other Paper Flower Bouquet Ideas
You can use all your favorite colors for this paper bouquet. Want to make it extra special? Either buy green craft sticks from local craft stores or paint each stick green. That way the base of the flower has a green stem!
You could even get green construction from your local craft store and make leaves to stick at the bottom of the petal. Make this paper flower bouquet craft your own!
Make these easy paper flowers as like in the instructions, or add your own personal touches like glitter!
Or you could make a single flower and use it as a gift topper! Spice up those wrapped gifts with simple paper flowers instead of bows.
Finished Construction Paper Flower Bouquet
I love this idea for construction paper flowers kids can make. This is a great craft for kids.
I love how this simple craft using construction paper, craft sticks, glue, ribbon and tape can create these homemade paper flowers perfect as a kid-made Mother’s Day Paper Flower Bouquet. Everyone loves flowers and homemade presents are the sweetest.
These are not real flowers, but these faux flowers are nearly just as good!
- Different colored construction paper
- Popsicle sticks
- Toilet paper roll or craft rolls
- Duct Tape
- Scissors or preschool training scissors
- Each flower you want to make will need a 3 inch wide construction paper strip.
- Cut slits along the long side of the construction paper strip almost all the way through.
- Spread glue along the solid strip edge.
- Place a popsicle stick at the end on the glue and wind up rolling the craft stick inside the paper.
- Add a piece of duct tape around the bottom to reinforce it.
- Make the vase by gluing ribbon around a toilet paper roll or craft roll.
- Place the flowers inside the homemade paper vase.
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How did your construction paper flower bouquet turn out?