Trying out flower crafts for kids is perfect for the spring and summer seasons. What’s more, it’s also an awesome way to keep your children engaged and entertained, while sharpening their creativity and artistic skills.
Check out our flower craft for kids below. These can also serve as gifts for any occasion.
6 Ideas for Flower Craft for Kids
Find a great selection of paper flower crafts for kids, rock flower craft for kids, and more:
Paper Straw Tulip
- Construction paper
- Hole punch
- Green paper straws
- Tulip flower pattern
Instructions: First, print your tulip flower pattern. Place it on your construction paper, and trace the outline of the flower on it. Cut it out. Next, fold the flower 4 times and punch a hole in it to pull your green paper straw through the flower. For the leaves of the flower, use your green construction paper, and glue the leaves to your paper straw. Your paper flower craft for kids is ready!
Cupcake Liner Flower
- Red, white, and blue cupcake liners (standard and mini size)
- Red, white, and blue buttons
Instructions: For this simple flower craft for kids, first, flip your cupcake liners inside out. (because the colors are brighter!) Apply some glue on your standard size cupcake liners and stick your mini cupcake liners to the insides of the standard ones. Then, secure your buttons to the center of your flowers. Finally, tape your straw to the back of your flowers and you’re done!
Daisy Pasta Puppet
- Pasta noodles
- Black marker
- Yellow craft paint
- Wooden beads
- Hot glue gun
- Green pipe cleaners
- Wooden skewer
Instructions: Take a green string and then place two green pipe cleaners (bent in half) on the string. These are the arms and legs of Daisy! Remember to put pasta noodles between the pipe cleaners too. For the head, paint a big wooden bead yellow for Daisy’s head, and with a marker, draw the eyes and mouth. Cut out 8 petals using white paper and stick them around your yellow bead. Take your wooden skewer and tie the string from the top of your flower’s head to this skewer. Do the same with each hand as well. Your dancing Daisy pasta puppet is ready! This is the best preschool flower craft for kids.
Floral Painted Rocks
- Paints and brushes
Instructions: For this simple flower craft for kids, collect a few rocks, and paint a few cute flowers all over them! It’s super easy, isn’t it? You could even stick pictures of flowers on the rocks, or draw a picture of you and your friends using Osmo’s Masterpiece game and print out that picture to stick on your rock.
Check out Osmo’s Masterpiece game now! With an interactive drawing tool, children learn to draw anything at all.
Paper Flower Easter Eggs
- Hot glue gun
- Colorful paper
- Plastic eggs (or dyed eggs)
Instructions: Here’s another awesome paper flower craft for kids. All you have to do is cut out flowers from colorful papers and stick them on your plastic eggs using hot glue. If you’ve got a flower punch, that’d speed things up for you. You’d be able to punch out flowers in various colors without having to draw the outlines.
Tissue Paper Flower
- Tissue paper
- Pipe cleaner
- Hot glue
Instructions: For this tissue paper flower craft for kids, start by arranging your tissue paper and cutting them in the shape of flower petals. Next, stick a pipe cleaner (for the stem) to the tissue paper, and you’re done! You could even paint your tissue paper to make your flower look more colorful.
Handprint Paper Flower
- Shredded tissue
- Paints and brushes
Instructions: For this easy paper flower craft for kids, start by tracing your child’s hands on the paper, cutting them out, and painting them different colors. These are your handprint ‘flowers’. Next, glue straws at the back of each flower. In order to make sure they don’t move around when you place them in the flower pot, stick playdough at the bottom of each straw. Place a few colored shredded tissues inside the pot and you’re done!
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