Make this cupcake liners flower craft to use for wreaths, centerpieces, banners, or even as a fun spring craft to make with the kids!
Hi there, Kenarry readers! It’s Kelly from Typically Simple where I share kids’ crafts, printables, and learning activities that the whole family will enjoy doing together! I also love sharing simple crafts here on Kenarry like felt corner bookmarks and personalized flour sack towels. And this month, I am back with a craft that is not only fun and easy to make, but also works wonderfully as an embellishment for other crafts!
A while back, I went a little overboard buying cupcake liners for another craft project. Since I wanted a variety of colors and patterns, I ended up with a few hundred cupcake liners. I store them in a big jar on display in my craft room, use them for baking, and try to think of craft projects that I can make with them, but I’ve barely made a dent in my stash.
So I thought it would be fun to use them for this cupcake liners flower craft that is perfect for spring and summer! With all the patterns and colors of cupcake liners available, you can create a whole garden of flowers to use for decoration.
Cupcake Liners Flower Craft Tutorial
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- Each flower uses eight cupcake liners.
- Fold each of the liners in half.
- Then fold the liner in half again.
- And finally fold each half back to create a “M” shape with the liner when laying on its side.
- Take two of the folded liners and glue the points together with a dab of glue.
- Continue to glue two liners together until you have four sets of two.
- Now glue each of the sets together to create a circle of liners.
- Add a dab of glue to a button and place in the center of the liners to create the flower.
With a passion for teaching, crafting, and photography, Kelly created a blog that weaves them all together. From easy dinner recipes to quick DIY projects, Typically Simple provides creative inspiration for cooking and baking, crafting with kids, home decor, organization and more. A classroom teacher for seven years, Kelly now stays at home with her very energetic little boy. Armed with her hot glue gun and a cup of coffee, she enjoys working on craft and DIY projects during nap-time. You might also find her taste-testing new recipes in the kitchen!