This paper flower bouquet craft is one of our favourites because it’s easy to make and looks so adorable! You will see why once you make it too.
This paper flower bouquet craft idea can come in handy for kids if they want an easy craft idea for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Friendship Day, birthdays or any special occasion we can think of.
The best thing about this flower bouquet craft is that it’s easy to make it using our free template.
So shall we get started?
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So, let’s start!
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How to make an easy paper flower bouquet step-by-step
Step 1: Download and print the flower bouquet craft template
Download and print the flower bouquet craft template. You can download them from the library by signing up using the form available in the next section.
Free printable template for Flower Bouquet craft
Get the free template for this craft and password for the library to your email by filling out the form below.
Step 2: Cut the shapes out from the template
In this step, we cut all the flowers, leaves and stems out from the template. You can help your kids to cut if they need assistance.
Step 3: Make the flowers
Now, make each flower by sticking the stem, flower and leaf together as shown in the above picture.
From the template, you can make six flowers in total.
Step 4: Make the wrapping paper
Take a construction paper. Cut a square of side 12 cm.
Now, place the square paper as shown in the first picture. And fold the right and left corners to the centre as shown in the picture. Make sure both sides are equal in size.
Now, fold the same two corners backwards as shown in the above picture and make a crease. Make a small heart with red construction paper and stick it on the paper wrapper.
Stick it in the middle so that it can hold the two flaps together.
Now, insert the paper flowers into the wrapper and the flower bouquet is ready!
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