Paper Flower Bouquet DIY Craft

Paper Flowers DIYI am so excited that spring is on it's way! This Paper Flower Bouquet is a fantastic activity for the kids and will look great all season long! This DIY is a great way to welcome spring with open arms—make these paper flowers as a handmade gifts for loved ones, or just because you love being crafty!


  • watercolour paper (in whatever colours you desire)
  • watercolours
  • water
  • paint brush
  • pliers
  • craft wire
  • glue
  • scissors
  • awl
  • large circle hole punch

Paper Flowers DIY - Materials


Step 1: Using your watercolours, paint the paper in the shades and patterns you like. I had a little help from my son in making mine.
Paper Flowers DIY - Step 1

Step 2: Use the hole punch to punch out large circles from watercolor-painted paper.
Paper Flowers DIY - Step 2

Step 3: Using your scissors, cut slits toward the middle of the circle, but without going all the way through past the center. You will need four slits, each equal distance apart.
Paper Flowers DIY - Step 3

Step 4: Fold the slits up and slightly overlapping creating a bowl or cup-like shape from the paper. Secure this by using your glue to adhere the paper.
Paper Flowers DIY - Step 4

Step 5: Make sure each slit is well attached and dried by pressing on the glued area. Allow glue to dry completely.
Paper Flowers DIY - Step 5

Step 6: Take the awl and poke a hole through the center of the paper to allow enough room for the wire stem.
Paper Flowers DIY - Step 6

Step 7: Take your pliers and wire and cut a few lengths of wire for the stems. Most sets of pliers have a cutting mechanism built in that is perfect for cutting wire.
Spring Paper Flowers DIY - Step 7

Step 8: Curl one end of each wire stem using your pliers. This will create a stamen look on the inside of the flower and will keep the wire from slipping off the paper.
Spring Paper Flowers DIY - Step 8

Step 9: Poke the wire through the hole you make with the awl.
Spring Paper Flowers DIY - Step 9 Spring Paper Flowers DIY - Step 9A

You're done! Arrange your new Paper Flower Bouquet. You can even spray the flowers with a perfume to make them smell good!
Paper Flowers DIY

Want more Spring DIYs?

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