Kids Crafts

Berry Carton Flowers

Posted on May 1, 2021

This project is so cute and goes right along with April showers bring May flowers. It’s the perfect way to add some florals and color in your home without having to remember to water anything! 😉

SUPPLIES & TOOLS

  • Berry carton
  • Large cupcake liners
  • Matching mini cupcake liners
  • Buttons – you will want these to be similar colors to the cupcake liners
  • Glue
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Green crinkle paper
  • Green paint or marker

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Step 1: Gather and ready your materials

Go ahead and paint or color both sides of  your popsicle sticks to make it green like flowers stems. 

Step 2: Glue the cupcake liners

If the colors on the outside of the liners are more vibrant than the inside you can turn them inside-out.

Glue the mini liner inside of the large one

Glue a matching button inside of the mini liner

place your heart on the canvas
place your heart on the canvas

Step 3: Make leaves

If you have a green cupcake liner you can cut leaves out of that, if you don’t grab some green paper and use that.

You can freehand or draw a leaf then cut it.

Glue the leaves where you want them on your dried popsicle sticks.

Step 4: Glue your “flowers” on the tops of the popsicle sticks

It’s good to wait until the last bit of glue you used for for the liners and buttons are dried so it’s not soggy on the bottom of the liner.

 

Step 5: Add your crinkle paper to the carton

Make sure you add enough to where it’s stiff and will make the sticks stand up

 

Step 6: “Plant” your flowers

You have to play with them to make sure they stay standing up. You might also have to add more crinkle paper

 

Tips & Tricks

It gives a cleaner look on the buttons if you put the glue on them instead of on the cupcake liner.

You can also cut the bottom of the popsicle stick in the front to shorten it if you want to see the back two flowers better!

 

 

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