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Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

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These paper plate flowers are fun for little hands to create but they make a BIG impact on the wall or in a vase. 

What you need:

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Add a dollop of Tulip Soft Fabric Paint to each paper plate.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Paint at each paper plate with Tulip Soft Fabric Paint. 

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Paint at least 3 paper plates with each color of Tulip Soft Fabric Paint. It's okay if the paint job is messy and imperfect.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Fold a paper plate in quarters. Cut lines from the outside edge to about 1" from the center of the plate. Snip a hole in the middle of the plate. Unfold.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Loop one end of a wire flower stem and insert through the hole in the middle of the paper plate flower. Twist to make the loop.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Flatten the wire circle in the middle of the flower. Scrunch the petals of the flower.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Cut a paper plate into a spiral shape.

Loop a piece of floral wire around the pointy end of the spiral (outside) and start rolling the paper plate around to form a flower.

Add a dab of Aleene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue behind the flower to hold it all together.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Glue poms poms to the middle of each flower with Aleene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Fold a paper plate in quarters. Snip the corner with scissors to make a hole in the middle of the plate.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Fold the paper plate in half. Cut petal shapes around the middle.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Glue poms poms to the middle of each flower with Aleene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue.

Picture of Paper Plate Flowers for Kids

Slide each stem into a piece of fencing or into a vase to display. So cute!

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Published Date

March 19, 2017