Learn how to make these darling paper flowers using just cupcake liners, pipe cleaners and a little dab of glue. This spring craft will brighten up anyone's day.

January 29, 2016

We were so blown away by the huge paper flowers created by Morgan Levine for FamilyFun's Feb/Mar cover that we asked her to adapt a pint-size version for kids to make. Each bloom comes together in minutes, so your little florists will have a whole bouquet in no time!

Here's what you need:

  • Cupcake lines
  • pipe cleaners
  • glue

Here's what to do:

  • Make a small fold at one end of a pipe cleaner.
  • Thread on a cupcake liner and pull to the fold.
  • Dab center with glue and scrunch into a cone.
  • Repeat with at least four more liners.
  • Fold the "stem" in half and twist together, leaving 2 to 3 inches.
  • Fold tail into a leaf; twist onto the stem
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