This Paper Flower Wreath is a colorful masterpiece that is just waiting to be put together. Using colorful tissue paper, you can easily put this craft together. The finished wreath is a welcomed addition to any home, office, or school.
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If you’ve been wanting to make a wreath with your kids, then this is the one to make! It doesn’t require very many materials and it’s so easy to put together. Your kids will be excited about craft time thanks to this paper flower wreath. It’s a great spring craft to make with your kids.
How to Make Paper Flower Wreath
What you need:
- Green paper
- Orange, yellow, pink tissue papers
- Glue stick
- Silk ribbon
Step by Step Instructions
Draw a wreath shape on green paper, cut it out. If you have small kids, you may need to help them cut out the circles for the wreath. Let them try first and them step in if you need to.
Cut small squares from tissue paper in several colors.
Twist the small tissue paper squares onto the end of the pencil.
Draw leaf shapes on green paper.
Cut out the leaves.
Fold the leaves in half.
Glue the leaves onto the wreath.
Glue leaves all around the wreath.
Take a small piece of ribbon.
Cut it at the edges.
Glue the ribbon to the back of the wreath.
Press the ribbon to make sure it stays!
Glue the tissue papers onto the wreath in a flower-like shape.
On red paper, draw a ladybug shape, cut it out.
Draw the dots, glue on two moving eyes.
Then glue the ladybug to the leaf of the wreath.
This wreath can be hung on the door in your home or even given as a gift.