Flowers For All Ages: Tweens

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by Eileen Farley, A.C. Moore Craftologist

Flowers For All Ages: Tweens

Explore your child's creativity at a young age with crafts like this paper flower project, and then sit back and watch as they blossom into creative adults.

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Project Details

  • Level:beginner
  • Time:less than an hour

Project Instructions

  • 1
    Cut 11, 8” x 1” pieces of cardstock. Hold all the pieces together and staple the center. Apply glue to the tip of each strip and bring to the staple to create petals. When dry, glue the tag to the center of the petals.
  • 2
    Punch a 1” circle from a different color of cardstock from step 1 and glue it to the center of a tag. Glue this piece to the center of the flower.
  • 3
    Paint a dowel with the Festive Green paint. When dry, glue it between two petals.
  • 4
    Cut leaf shapes from Green cardstock and glue them to the stem.

Project Details

  • Level:beginner
  • Time:less than an hour

Project Supplies

  • •Nicole™ Crafts 8-1/2” X 11” Cardstock in Green and Other Desired Colors, 12” Wood Dowels, 1” Foam Brush & Dual Temperature Glue Gun
  • •Punch It 1” Circle Paper Punch
  • •Hampton Art Lace Tags
  • •DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint in Festive Green
  • •Surebonder Glue Sticks
  • •Scissors, Ruler & Stapler