A fan of sunflowers? So are we! This time around we are showing you how to make a wonderful rosette sunflower paper craft.
It’s really fun to watch all the different birds that fly in and serve themselves with a mouthful of sunflower seeds. It’s even more fun to find “bird planted” sunfloweres the next year.
We rarely have the chance to put one of our sunflowers in a vase and to be honest we like them the most just where they are outside BUT we do think these paper sunflowers are equally gorgeous.
This craft can also be used to decorate a bulletin board inthe classroom – make them and stick photos of your students in the middle. Fun and cute.
What you need:
- yellow paper (we used regular print paper)
- green paper
- brown paper
Optional: sunflower seeds to decorate the center.
If your kids are used to dealing with a glue gun, you can use that too.
Watch the Video Tutorial
Or Follow These Step By Step Instructions on how to Make a Paper Sunflower
We made our flower with a sheet of print paper (letter/A4).
Fold the sheet of paper in half and cut it.
Repeat with the other half of the yellow sheet of paper. Glue both halves together.
Apply glue on the stem.