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Cupcake Liner Daffodil Art

By: Holly Homer from kidsactivitiesblog.com
Updated February 25, 2020
Cupcake Liner Daffodil Art
Cupcake Liner Daffodil Art

"Looking for an easy and colorful spring craft for kids? We’ve got you covered! This Cupcake Liner Daffodil Art is simple, adorable, and fun for kids of all ages. It’s especially great for preschool aged children. Best of all, it requires minimal supplies and adult help. You can easily make this craft with things you most likely have around the house: (3) yellow cupcake liners, (3) yellow mini cupcake liners, white school, glue, yellow buttons, green and light blue construction paper, and scissors."

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Beginner

Materials List

  • (3) yellow cupcake liners
  • (3) yellow mini cupcake liners
  • white school glue
  • yellow buttons
  • green and light blue construction paper
  • scissors

Instructions

  1. After gathering supplies, invite kids to turn their cupcake liners inside out. Glue a mini cupcake liner inside each of the large cupcake liners, then glue them down to the light blue paper. Next, glue a button inside each of the flowers.

  2. While the cupcake liners are drying, invite kids to cut stems and long leaves from the green paper.

  3. Glue the stems and leaves to the blue paper. It’s definitely okay if they overlap…it makes the flowers look like they are blowing in the wind!

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