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How to Make Handprint Paper Flowers Mother's Day Bouquet

How to Make Handprint Paper Flowers Mother's Day Bouquet from a child's handprint.

These glittering handprint flowers will make a great center piece for your table, or on a tray for Mom on Mother's Day with her breakfast in bed!
How to Make Handprint Paper Flowers Mother's Day Bouquet
You Will Need:
empty egg carton (2 cups)
pink, blue, and green construction paper
empty jar (like a mason or jelly jar)
green pipe cleaners
yellow paint (child-safe, non toxic)
2 sticks
basic arts & crafts supplies
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Cut out 2 cups from an egg carton and paint them yellow inside and out. Let them dry. Spread some glue in the bottom of each cup and sprinkle in some gold glitter.
Add glitter to the child's handprint paper flowers. Trace your child's handprints, four times (each hand twice) on both the pink and the blue paper. Cut them out.

Use a paintbrush to spread glue on the handprints. Sprinkle glitter onto the glue and let dry.

Pretty paper flowers with leaves made from a child's handprint. Draw and cut out 4 leaves from the green paper. Spread glue on them and sprinkle on green glitter. Let dry.
Pretty paper flowers made from a child's handprint. Glue 4 handprints together with the fingers facing out to form a flower. Glue the egg cups into the center of the flowers.

With a pencil roll the fingers on the paper flower inward to create a curl on the fingers, which is the ends of the flower.

Attach a green pipe cleaner with tape to the back of each flower. Tape the leaves together to make a set of 2 leaves each for both flowers. Attach a set to each pipe cleaner stem using tape.
Twist the pipe cleaner around the stick to make the child's handprint flower bouquet. Coil the pipe cleaner stems around the sticks. This will make them sturdy enough to stand in the jar. Place the flowers in the jar.
A mother's day bouquet of flowers made from a child's handprint. Tie a pretty ribbon around the jar and you are done!


Here is a kids art and crafts project on making a bouquet of flowers from egg carton and toilet paper roll.

If you liked the handprint paper flowers bouquet, you may also like the pretty egg carton flowers bouquet!


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