Accessorise for spring! Print our flower paper bracelets for kids, color them with your favorite colors, or even add intricate details on the flower, assemble and proudly wear.
These can easily be matched with our paper butterfly bracelets, so you can have a flower on one hand and the butterfly on the other.
This is the perfect little spring craft to do in the classroom. Younger kids can color the flower in as it is, while other kids can design the petals to make the bracelets even more unique looking.
These are pretty easy to asemble, and what’s best is that these are re-usable. You can wear them over and over again.
Want to go even fancier? Why not also make these gorgeous paper flower rings? While these bracelets are preschooler and kindergarten friendly, the rings are better for older kids.
How to make Flower Paper Bracelets for Kids
What you need?
- Our printable template (you can grab your copy at the end of instructions)
- heavier print paper
- coloring supplies
- glue (optional)
Follow the Step by Step Tutorial
Print out our template. We really do recommend you print on heavier print paper, however regular paper will work out too, especially if kids will be using crayons or color pencils to color in their paper bracelet designs.
Color in the flower part.
You can either color on the bracelet, or color the flower on the seperate sheet. If you are going with simpler designs, it’s best to just color directly on the bracelet.
If you will do lots of patterns and other details, we do recommend you decorate the flowers on the separate sheet.
Cut out all the parts of the template.
If you decorated the flowers on the separate sheet, cut out the flowers and also cut them in half following the dashed line.
If using the separate flower, glue the flower halves on the bracelet.
Whichever way you decided to go, the next step is true for both… You will notice dashed line on both ends of the bracelets.
Cut along that dashed line – you’ll make two slits.
Now all there is left to do is to slide one slit onto the other – as shown on the image bellow (just done on your hand).
Buddy system is best, as these are really easy to make, but if you are sliding the slits one into another on your wrist and by yourself it can get a bit tricky.
Wear your Flower Paper Bracelets for kids proudly.
Get the Flower Paper Bracelets for Kids Template Here
Click here to get the template: Flower Bracelet