Just in time to fill a homemade flower vase for Mother’s Day, today Veronika made cupcake-liner flowers!
You’ll want to use green straws as the stems to start, but since I couldn’t find green ones at the store, a quick coat of green paint did the trick! We left the stems to dry and turned our attention to the flower petals.
If you have brightly colored or patterned cupcake liners, those would look beautiful just the way they are. I only had standard cupcake liners, so we decided to add a little flair. Veronika loved that she was allowed to use permanent marker for this step, making swirls and dots all over.
Of course then they needed a few squirts of glitter glue! Finally, we put a dot of glue in the center of each cupcake liner and added a pom pom.
Flatten the end of each green straw slightly, and apply a drop of glue. Press onto the back of the cupcake liner and let dry. (Note: you can also use tape for this step if your little one is impatient).
Set into a vase and the flowers are ready to present to a special someone this Mother’s Day!
In fact, I might just keep these around the house since there’s no shame in orchestrating your own Mother’s Day gift!
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These are beautiful! 😀
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Thank you! It was a sweet project 🙂