Children’s spring diy: cute 10 DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard


A few days before spring, you should definitely be looking for DIY ideas to keep the kids occupied and entertained. Who says spring, says flowers especially! That’s why, in today’s article, reserved for children’s spring diy, it will be about the making of pretty flowers. But not just any ! Teach children to have fun while being responsible for the planet! Want to know how to achieve it? Deavita.fr will present you several DIY made from recycled materials, which promise a lot of entertainment to your children and serve as an example of responsibility!

Children’s spring diy: pretty paper flowers

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

If there is one thing that all kids love to do, it’s DIY flowers. Vibrant colors and full of achievements, the spring flowers are just inspiring small artists. Decidedly, there are a thousand and one ways to make pretty flowers, here are some!

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

As you continue reading, you will discover our creative DIY spring cards made of paper and cardboard. There are all kinds of techniques that will allow your toddlers to make spring flowers simple but super original. In addition to being perfect for a springtime classroom workshop, the projects in our gallery below are creative and interesting DIY gifts for Mother’s Day. Small or giant, tissue paper or cardboard egg cartons, all these flowers have the great advantage of never fading.

Go picking DIY spring flowers that will bring some sun into your day!

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard


With its beautiful decorative flowers, the Dahlia invites itself in interior decoration and blooms our sunny spring days. Small and delicate or imposing, the flower decorates wonderfully our party tables, our gifts or even our walls. With the help of the children, one can realize Dahlias more or less complex which will invite the mood of the spring inside.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

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This idea of ​​spring DIY for children is to make giant flowers, composed of several paper horns. As for the necessary material, we will need: several sheets of multicolored paper, a glue gun + a stick of glue, a pair of scissors, a pencil and a circle of paper. To make the petals of the Dahlia, cut on the sheets of paper squares in the desired size. Take one of the squares and apply glue on one of the sides. Then, it is wound on itself so as to make a horn. We repeat with the set of squares.

Using the glue gun, we make a first layer of petals on the circle of paper (which will be the base of the flower), then a second and so on.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard


Suggest to your children to make a pretty floral decoration that will not fade! And this, for cheap! The solution available to you and your little do-it-yourselfers is recycling. Believe it or not, cardboard egg cartons are just perfect for making original spring flowers. The good news is that ideas go on forever and adapt to all ages and levels.

DIY Easter cardboard idea recycled cardboard

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard


Do your children love to make flowers in cardboard egg cartons? Why not encourage your toddlers to make a multicolored spring wreath? Original and personalized, this creation promises to bring the mood of spring to your decor. To decorate small cardboard flowers, your children can stick matching pompoms as stamens.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Children’s Spring DIY is an activity that promises a lot of fun for the little ones. The next idea is to make pretty paper crowns and cardboard egg cartons. In order to realize this beautiful idea, it is necessary first of all to cut out a sort of folded paper diadem in the direction of the length. We fix with a little glue. Then, let the kids have fun by making all kinds of spring flowers in cardboard egg cartons. It is obligatory to help them to cut the cells so as not to hurt themselves. In order to decorate the flowers, toddlers can use water paints, felt figurines, multicolored buttons etc.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Here is another great spring DIY idea for kids! This time, the realized flower has a paper straw stalk. This allows toddlers to create a nice composition that can be placed on the console in the entrance.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Daffodils symbolize the arrival of spring. What better than to fill a vase so that their yellow petals bring a little sun at home? For this spring DIY project for kids, all you need is a little bit of cardboard, felt, glue and a ribbon.

Original tutorials for small creators

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

The following idea is always super easy to achieve and promises fun DIY minutes. These unusual and 100% decorative flowers are perfect for beautifying any corner of the house that lacks color. Like any other children’s DIY project, it can be customized in many ways.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

So, when it comes to the material to be prepared, you will need several sheets of crepe paper, multicolored plastic dough sticks, plastic straws, toothpicks, glue, a pair of scissors and chickpeas (rice, pebbles, etc.) to fill the cups.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

First, we have to make multicolored petals for our decorative flowers. To do this, one can print matching patterns, and then cut out the petal shapes. To make things easier, take a piece of crepe paper and fold it over several times, as shown in the picture above. We vary the colors for each flower to vary the DIY creations.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Now you have to cut toothpicks in half. The crepe paper petals are wrapped around the top of each half. To fix everything, we use a little bit of glue.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Now we roll out the modeling clay to get several balls, big and small. The big balls will have to be flattened.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

We put the small balls in the center of the flattened balls to form the noses of our DIY flowers. Then, using markers, children can draw eyes and mouths to give their little creatures an expressive look. Once this is done, all you have to do is plant the petals in the modeling clay, distributing the toothpicks all around the flattened balls. Encourage children to vary the shapes and colors of the petals to create colorful and unusual flowers.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Push a colored straw into the ball of modeling clay to form the stem of your flower. Put it in a cup (or a small vase) filled with chickpeas and you’re done!

A great idea for DIY gifts for Mother’s Day

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Our latest children’s spring DIY proposal can be used for interior decoration or as a personalized gift for Mother’s Day . This beautiful bouquet of flowers, which will not fade, promises to give a smile to mom and granny. The material to be purchased will include: cardboard egg cartons, acrylic paints, wood sticks, fine glitter powder, 1 Mason jar, rhinestones, green shredded paper, 1 spray gun hot glue and tape.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Scissors are used to cut the cells of the cardboard egg box. It is necessary to cut the edges so as to give the petals more open air. In order to decorate the flowers, first of all, the cardboard is painted with multicolored acrylic paints, taking care to cover the cracked material well. When the paint is still wet, powder glitter on it. Finally, to complete the flowers can be added rhinestones or small pompoms assorted as stamens.

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard

Now, the wooden sticks are painted in light green to mimic real stems. They are attached to the flowers with a little hot glue. Finally, all we have to do is fill the Mason jars with green shredded paper to mimic grass and put in a bouquet of three or five decorative flowers. Here !

Children's spring diy: cute 10  DIY flowers in recycled paper and cardboard


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