DIY Spring Wall Flowers

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A while ago, I was picking up a few things from Michaels. As I was in line, I caught sight of some adorable looking cupcake liners in the $1 bin. They were super pretty floral patterns I thought would be great for Spring/Easter! I decided to grab a couple colors to perhaps bake some tasty cupcakes, but who am I kidding? I never get any baking done!

I decided to make some fun wall flowers instead! I put a few up on my daughter’s wall, they are so playful and lovely. They don’t have to be just for Spring, you can leave them up however long you would like!

What you will need

  • Cupcake liners (two colors)
  • Crepe paper (optional for the center)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Tape

Take your first cup cake liner and flatten out a bit. Take your second cupcake liner and flip inside out. Hot glue the second cupcake liner to the front of the first. You should begin to see your “flower” form. Cut a piece of crepe paper into a long rectangle. Fold lengthwise. Cut tiny slits and roll to form the center part of the flower. Hot glue crepe paper into the center of the cupcake liner flower. You can simply tape the flowers to the wall or whatever surface you desire!

This project is super easy and the supplies are super cheap as well! It didn’t take me that much time at all, which is why these would be great for parties or weddings! They look fabulous grouped together and you wouldn’t have to spend hours achieving a pretty look for your event.

These look so adorable in our little girl’s room! I also added a few in our room as well, it’s added a nice feminine touch to a rather industrial looking room. What do you think about these simple wall flowers?

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