Cupcake Liner Bouquet
Give the gift of flowers that never die and don't need water with these adorable cupcake liner flowers! We'll teach you three different ways to make flowers using cupcake liners!
|Gather your supplies.|
Pile 5 cupcake liners on top of each other.
Flip over and poke two holes in the bottom. Make sure all 5 liners have holes.
Slide a fuzzy stick through one hole of all of the liners and then loop through the other hole of all the liners and twist to secure.
Shape the center liner, as shown.
Continue pinching, shaping and spreading your liners until it looks like a full flower!
Fold one cupcake liner in half.
Fold in half again
Fold one of the halves back and then fold the other half back to create a zigzag shape.
Repeat Steps 1-3 with three more cupcake liners, then glue one side of the first cupcake liner to one side of another liner, etc. until a circle forms.
Add an acrylic jewel as the center of the flower.
Glue a fuzzy stick to the back of the flower, but make sure it is high enough on the flower to support the weight.
Repeat Steps 1 & 2 from Flower #2.
Fold in half again.
Fold in half one more time.
Keep folded and cut off the top corner of the folded side.
Unfold the liner once.
Round the corners to create a heart shape.
Repeat Steps 1-6 with five cupcake liners.
Pile all the liners together and repeat Step 2 from Flower #1.
One liner at a time, slide the fuzzy stick through one hole, and then loop around through the other, similar to Flower #3. Shape the liner to your liking and repeat this step until all of the liners are on the fuzzy stick.
Fluff the liners to give a more full look.