Cupcake Liner Flower Wreath

May 15, 2015

Spring is in full swing and what better way to celebrate than with a gorgeous flower wreath on the door? This project is quite simple and uses things you may already have around the house, but the finished product is absolutely beautiful!

What You’ll Need:

A paper plate, green paint, glue, cupcake liners, scissors, paintrbush and small gold buttons.

  • a paper plate with the centre cut out
  • green paint
  • a paintbrush
  • small cupcake liners in a variety of colours (including green)
  • scissors
  • glue
  • sequins or buttons
  • ribbon

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1. Invite your little one to paint the paper plate ring green and set it aside to dry.

2. While waiting, fold your green cupcake liners in half to create leaves.

3. Take the remaining cupcake liners and turn them inside out so the colours are on the inside of the cups.  Cut along the tops of the cupcake liners with a wavy line so they look more like flowers.

Cupcake liners with the edges cut into a wavy flower shape.

4. Now you’re ready to assemble your wreath!  Start off by gluing your cupcake liner leaves around the paper ring so they stick over the outside edge.

5. Glue your cupcake flowers around the paper ring. If you'd like, add a second layer to each cupcake liner in order to create some depth.

A paper plate painted green, with cupcake liner flowers glued on top.

6. Jazz up your flowers by adding a button or a couple of sequins in the middle of each.

7. Finish the project by attaching a small loop of ribbon onto the back of the paper ring.

8.  Allow your wreath to fully dry and then hang it on your door for all to enjoy!

A completed flower wreath hanging on a door.


Article Author Jen Kossowan
Jen Kossowan

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Jen is a teacher, blogger, and mama to a spirited little lady and a preemie baby boy. She's passionate about play, loves a good DIY project, adores travelling, and can often be found in the kitchen creating recipes that meet her crunchy mama criteria. You can follow Jen on her blog, Mama.Papa.Bubba, and on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

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