Mother’s Day Gifts From Kids: Paper Flower Bouquet

7 Materials
$10
25 Minutes
Easy

This paper flower bouquet is a fun project you can do together that would make the perfect Mother’s Day gift from the kids. So grab your Cricut and let’s get started!

mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

With a few sheets of patterned paper and some fun photos of the kids you can create this paper flower bouquet that would not only be a wonderful Mother’s Day gift, but would also be a fun teacher thank you, grandparents day gift, or just an easy project for your own kitchen table!

mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

Here are the supplies you will need:


  • Cricut machine (I used a Maker but this can also be cut with an Explore Air)
  • Xyron Mega Runner
  • 1.25″ punch
  • assorted patterned papers
  • mini cupcake liners
  • paper straws
  • tape
mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

Step 1: Cut flowers with your Cricut from a variety of papers. Don’t have a Cricut? You can download free images online and cut them out with scissors.

mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

Step 2: Punch out faces from photos.

mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

Step 3: Apply adhesive to the back of the faces and adhere to the center of the mini cupcake liners.

mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

Step 4: Apply adhesive to center of flower die cuts and adhere mini cupcake liners.

mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

Step 5. Press one end of paper straw until it is flat, then tape it to the back of the flower.

mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

Step 6: TIP: want to give your flowers a little more dimension? Curl the edges of the flowers and “smoosh” the cupcake liners as you assemble them.

mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet
mother s day gifts from kids paper flower bouquet

And voila! Once you like the look of your flowers, you are ready to give them away or add them to a jar!


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  • Judy
    on May 9, 2019

    Love this idea! Maybe it could even work for Christmas with fall or winter colored flowers! We gals love flowers year round! Can improvise for a special occasion all year long!

  • River
    on May 9, 2019

    These are so cute! What a wonderful idea and so easy for kids to make! Thanks so much for sharing!

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