Cupcake liners dollies

Cupcake liners are colorful, which makes them the perfect art supplies for making paper crafts. Here is how you can use them to make flowers.

You Will Need:

  • Cupcake liners
  • Buttons (bigger coat buttons)
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Unsharpened pencils – preferably green, or craft sticks
  • Green craft paper

How To:

  1. Get as cupcake liners for flowers.
  2. Turn them inside out, if the liners are white inside. Otherwise, you can leave them as they are.
  3. Decorate the center of the cupcake liner: it is usually flatter and smoother. Glue the buttons to the center. The flower is ready.
  4. Use the pencils for stems. Glue the unsharpened end of the pencil to the back of the paper flower.
  5. Use a leaf template to cut small leaves out of the green craft paper. This can be a challenge for the little ones – so help them draw the lining of a leaf on the paper and use the scissors to cut the shapes out.

Glue these leaves to the sides of the stem – your cupcake liner flowers are ready.

 

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