Cool DIY Spring Flowers (Paper Tulip)


Spring Flowers

I can’t wait till spring each year. I love gardening, and I look forward to seeing the first spring flowers. I’ve seen white, crimson, and yellow crocuses before. The tops of the daffodils are coming up. This is the perfect time to craft spring flowers for pre-school and toddler children.

I put together a fun, colorful spring flower craft group for spring fun. These crafts will add a lot of color to your springtime.

Crafts are a great indoor family activity. You can simplify the crafts for your youngest and let the oldest use their creativity to make easy-peasy crafts.

Paper Tulip

Did you ever wonder how to make paper tulips simply? It is perfect for a spring craft with your children! You could put them on homemade cards for Mother’s Day or just hang them on the fridge.

What you need

  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • piece of red/green paper

Instructions (step by step)

Let’s get started; Scissors, glue, and a piece of red/green paper are needed.

Start by cutting out three teardrop shapes with red paper. Make sure they have a similar size.

Now glue one teardrop onto another so the top makes a “V” shape (as you can check the image).

Glue on the last teardrop angling it to the right.

Cut out the stem and leaves out from the green paper, and literally, you’re done!

Yay! You have made it.

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