Cupcake Liner Flowers are an easy, beautiful spring craft for kids. The whimsical patterns and vibrant colors of cupcake liners lend themselves perfectly to crafting. The flowers shared below require minimal supplies and are simple enough for small hands to make independently.
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Cupcake Liner Flowers
As we were making these, my youngest son remarked, “These flowers don’t need water!” Perhaps this is what makes them exceptional for giving. We tied a bright flower to a plate of homemade chocolate chip cookies, then shared them with an elderly neighbor. She appreciated the heartfelt sentiment!
To Make Cupcake Liner Flowers You Will Need
- pink cupcake liner, standard
- polka dot cupcake liner, mini
- yellow or orange buttons
- lime green paper straws
- Glue Dots
After gathering supplies, the first thing you will need to do is flip the cupcake liners inside out. Kids love this part!
Next, use a Glue Dot to attach the mini cupcake liner to the inside of the standard sized cupcake liner.
Then use another Glue Dot to secure the button to the middle of the flower. Last tape the straw onto the back of the cupcake flower.
Aren’t they sweet? Bunch your Cupcake Liner Flowers together in a mason jar for a beautiful spring centerpiece!
More Spring Crafts for Kids
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