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Deepawali or Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. It’s the festival of lights (deep = light and avali = a row i.e., a row of lights) that’s marked by four days of celebrations.

We love Diwali at home and its the time of the year when the whole family is at one place, celebrating and enjoying.

It’s also the time for activities that we do as a family. Be it decorating, cooking, shopping or crafting. If you are a mom who is wondering how to keep kids occupied while doing some activities that bond you together as a family, then look no further. Here are

100+ Diwali Ideas – Cards, Crafts, Decor, DIY and Party Food

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Diwali Card Making Ideas for kids

Click the image below to download our Free Diwali Printable Pack

Get into the mood by sending out handmade Diwali cards to family & friends. Check out our post –

15+ Diwali card making ideas 

Spread the festive spirit among your friends, family, acquaintances, colleagues and loved ones with these easy DIY cards. Here are a few more not covered in that list

Diwali Homemade card idea .. String in some satin ribbons

Diwali Cracker cards – Easy cards to make with paper & twine.

Diwali Cracker cards using Glitter tapes & Glitter colors

Quilled Diwali Card

Try some stitched Diwali cards

Hamara Nischay has a Handmade Diwali Cards Kit

Diwali Craft Ideas & Diwali crafts for kids

Crafts provide the perfect opportunity to sit and make stuff as a family.

Make a paper Lantern – Free template

We made a foam Diwali kandil for our main door


I adore this little Paper DIY ornament – so pretty via redtedart

Go noise free with these cute foam Diwali crackers adorning your walls

Make Diwali Paper Glitter Lanterns

Make your own Thermocol Diwali Aarthi plate 

A Diwali Diya wall hanging made from a paper plate from the kiddyhouse

Diwali Diya Mobile from the activity village

Paper Diwali diyas  make an awesome garland!

 and can be used as a Diwali Diya wreath too.

Paper Cup Diwali Decor – Kids Craft  Art Platter

Make Accordion Fold Paper Diyas for your walls

Diwali paper Marigold  – ZoBeDesigns on Etsy

I love Anjela’s DIY ideas and this one is her latest offering. DIY paper diyas. Check out her post here –

Beautiful Diwali Decorations for Home, school, and Office

Cut Paper to make this gorgeous Lotus themed Tealight Holder

Make your Diwali different, glitzy and beautiful with these bangle tea light holders via redtedart.

Add gold paint and glitter to add zing to your votives

Looking for more captivating decorations for Diwali? Then you definitely need to check the above image out. See how the candle arrangements make the decoration one of the best examples of Diwali-inspired marvelous decor. The combination of a white and red candle made the layer look like a sparkling decked decor.
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Add some Moroccan lights to your table decor ƒ ‚  

Form a star wreath with string lights or even shape them like diyas ƒ ‚  

How gorgeous do these paper lanterns look? Another crafting genius idea by Angela

DIY Paper Cube String Lights via Wit And Whistle

Cup lights perfect for your foyer

Make Felt Diwali votive hangers 

Katie Steuernagle from Matsutake, was apparently huddled in her kitchen staring at some empty spaghetti jars when a brilliant thought came to mind. With a bit of gold dimensional paint and glass paint, her house was soon filled with a Moroccan summer.  Amazing!

Diwali Books & Activities

If You are in India, You should not miss this darling book by my friend & fellow Blogger Amrutha from

“Story of Diwali” introduces the beautiful Indian festival of Diwali to children.  The book is a fun, non-preachy, simple-to-read rhyming storybook which talks about how five days of Diwali are celebrated. The rhyming text and colorful illustrations appeal to toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners. The 24-paged book also has some fun facts about Diwali and a special sloka in Sanskrit (along with its translation) at the end of the story. The simple yet delightfully told story describes how each day of Diwali brings joy and festive spirit to our homes.

The five days of Diwali covered in the book are:
Day-1: Dhanteras
Day-2: Narak Chaturdasi
Day-3: Lakshmi Puja / Main Diwali
Day-4: Padwa / Govardhan Puja

Day-5: Bhai Dooj

The book is printed on high-quality glossy paper and is available for sale in India Only.


Diwali Rangoli Ideas

Try this simple Rangoli

ƒ ‚  Lentil Rangoli for your table top

Play dough Rangoli ƒ ‚  

or try a Rangoli with coloured Rice

or maybe a flower Rangoli floating on water.

ƒ ‚  Glitter Rangoli is the rage this season

Bored with your tea lights, Jazz them up

ƒ ‚  Make your very own Salt dough Glitter Diya holder

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DIY tealight holder using pistachio shells. How clever is that?

ƒ ‚  Diwali Photo Frame kit from hamara Nischay is the perfect gift for your kid to make

Everyone loves to get gifts. Add a little love decorating the gift boxes too.

ƒ ‚  Diwali party favours shaped like crackers

Decorate a box with lentils & your child’s artwork. ƒ ‚  

ƒ ‚   Decorate a gift box using glitter like this craft by NovelIdeas

pic from good homes ƒ ‚  Use coir boxes & real flowers to gift

Bling up your Diwali gifts!!! ƒ ‚  The golden ribbons on a brown paper wrapping make the package look so special.

Diwali Party Food Ideas

Throw a modern-day Diwali party with these yummy snacks

Cocktail idli kebabs with chutney shots

This Cocktail Idli Kebabs recipe is an easy way to transform mini idlis into an elegant appetizer for a party. idli chili, masala idli cocktails.

Canapes Chaat

Indian canape recipe of healthy sprouts topped on canapes.

Mini vada pav bites

Vada Pav bites, a young and peppier version of traditional Vada Pav, are perfect for a fun Diwali party

Rocket Kebabs

As colorful as real fireworks these kebabs will spark interest in any Diwali party.

Cheesy Potato Croquettes

No fry veg hariyali kebabs

Diyas on sticks

Perfect digestive – paan shots


Stuffed Mini Dosas

Loaded Spicy Veggie Pie

Chatpati Taco Chaat

Paneer Bhurji Swirl Rolls

Aloo Matar ki Potli

Green Beans Fries

These easy snacks are crispy, salty, delicious and melt in mouth appetizer and can be prepared in less than 20 minutes.

No Indian festival is complete without sweets. Try some modern desserts this year and WOW your guests.

31 Delectable Indian Fusion Desserts for the festive season!

What do you think of this collection? If you have a Diwali craft to share, mail me and I will feature it on the blog.

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Animal crafts for kids are fun all year round, and we have quite a collection of different ideas for many of the animal species.

From simple crafts toddlers can make, through preschooler friendly projects, to kindergarten craft ideas and ones for older kids, you are sure to find a project just right for you. And we have more than one craft ideas for most animals, so be sure to check them all.

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Some of our latest animal craft ideas for kids to make

Here are some of our latest animal project tutorials we have shared:

Animal Crafts for Kids from A to Z

This collection of animal crafts for kids is sorted by alphabet. We do add new animals to the list as our collection of ideas grows.

Alligator / Crocodile

Scary or amazing, crocodiles and alligators are a fun project to make with your kids.

Check all of our crocodile / alligator ideas


Bug projects are especially popular during spring time, but bug lovers love making these projects all year round. We have ideas from cute ladybugs to creepy crawly spiders.

Check out all of our crafty bugs


These nocturnal animals are especially fun to make over Halloween.

Make some bat crafts


Read a good bear book with your kids and then go on a bear crafting adventure. This theme is especially popular with preschoolers.

See our collection of bear crafts


Bees are one of the more popular bugs if you ask kids, and we’ve been especially crafty when it comes to this subject.

See the buzzing bee ideas


Another kid favorite are butterflies. These wonderful and colorful creatures are great for artsy projects.

Bunch of butterfly crafting ideas for kids


We can’t have a list of animal themed arts and crafts without one of our favorite animals… Cats! Black one are especially popular at Halloween time, but this theme is fun to make all year round.

Get crafty with cats


Caterpillars are a great theme for kindergarten and preschool, as they go well with some of kids all time favourite books. The little pom pom caterpillars have been one of our most popular projects, and kids love to take them home. They are a wonderful alternative to a pet rock.

Browse our caterpillar ideas

Chicken / Chick

Perfect to complement learning about chicken life cycle or to have fun with over Easter holidays. We’ve got many cool ideas to share with you.

Browse chic and chicken craft ideas


Dogs are known as humans best friend and a popular crafting topic with kids. We have a wonderful collection of ideas for you, suitable for all ages.

Browse dog creative activities.


Fish can be made as part of pets theme or as ocean / sea animals theme.

Check out fish project ideas


So your kids are mad about foxes? We can’t really blame them as foxes trully are magnificent, and slightly funny, animals. From fun looking origami foxes to all time popular toilet paper roll craft foxes, we are sure you will find the project best suited for your needs.

Browse through fun fox projects for kids to make


Frogs are most popular during spring time, best time of the year to observe the frog life cycle. Add to your science lessons by bringing these animal arts and crafts ideas to life. Corner bookmarks are always great to make.

Check out froggy fun


One of our favorite animal crafts to make are hedgehogs, hands down. We’ve got a bunch of project suitable for preschoolers, kids in kindergarten and older kids and with some help, toddlers will manage quite a few too.

We’re crazy about hedgehogs so we have lots of crafting ideas


Another one for all the bug lovers, ladybugs are here to delight!

Whether you call them ladybirds or ladybugs these ideas are equally awesome 


They say lion is the king of the animals, but is he the king of animal crafts for kids? Who knows! If this animal is one of your kids favorite ones, it certainly can be! From origami, through toilet paper roll crafts to ones utilising nature’s crafting materials.

These lions arts and crafts are awesome and we’re not lion (oh the cheesy puns)


From projects that are made just for fun, to a great one using paper cups to help kids tackle emotions.

Browse octopus ideas


Wonderful peacock craft ideas


Next bird in our collection of animal crafts for kids is the penguin, one of the rare birds that can not fly But who needs flying when you are rocking a penguin look?

Browse fun penguin inspirations


Pink piggies are the coolest. Super intelligent animals and usually well loved with children.

Browse through fun pig craft ideas

Rabbit / Bunny

Learn how to make origami bunny  or make the most adorable little rabbits using paper strips, amongst many other cool ideas.

Browse bunny rabbit inspirations


Insanely popular at the end of the year, even more so with a red nose, but these are fun to craft all year long.

Browse Reindeer Crafts for Kids to Make


Take a bite at these crafts during Shark week, or any other time of the year that you feel like having some chomping time.

Chomp on these shark project ideas


Super popular to make in spring time.

Let’s make some sheep crafts

Turtle and Tortoise

Another super popular one from our list of animal crafts for kids is the turtle or tortoise theme. Goes well with the ocean theme or just to do in appreciation of this fun animal.

See fun turtle and tortoise ideas


It’s turkey time! Turkeys are such fun birds, and a little bit terrifying at the same time.

Check the funky turkey crafting ideas

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Check out this cute & easy DIY construction paper mermaid craft that you can make with a group of kids. You only need a few basic supplies!.

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Arts and crafts help children develop many life skills (1). When they are focused, they build their sensory, cognitive and emotional skills. Paper crafts need kids to fold, cut or join pieces of paper to make something and thereby help in developing their motor coordination. What’s more, when they work on such crafts together, children also develop their socio-emotional skills!

If you are ready to introduce this craft to your child, here is MomJunction’s collection of making simple paper flowers for kids.

Easy Paper Flower Crafts For Preschoolers

If you thought paper craft is just for older kids and adults, you were wrong! Go through these basic paper flower craft ideas that even your preschooler can make.


1. 5-Petal Flower

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The five-petal flower is a simple paper flower craft that your preschooler can make at home. You can make variations of this flower by changing the number of petals to six or eight.

You Will Need:

  • Square color paper
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Glue

How To:

  1.  Choose a paper that you can fold easily. For ease, pick a square-shaped paper so that the kids can start right with the flower.
  2. Fold the square in half, and use a ruler scale to mark the one-third point on the top-left edge of the paper. You can help your kid with this if needed.
  3. Now pull the bottom right corner of the paper towards the one-third point on the top left.
  4. Fold the bottom left corner over the right edge.
  5. Fold the top right corner over the left edge of the paper.
  6. You will have a pointy edge towards the bottom. Cut along the horizontal line made by the edge of the paper. The resultant would be a wedge.
  7. Starting from the top left corner of the wedge, draw a half-circle that goes down till a half-inch above the bottom right edge.
  8. Cut along the line and open the fold – you have a five-petal flower.

[ Read: Paper Plate Crafts For Kids ]

2. Watercolor Flowers

Kids love to draw. If your kids scribble often, why not make flowers out of their art?

You Will Need:

  • White chart paper
  • Watercolors, oil pastels, crayons – anything to color
  • Containers for the water color
  • A small glass of water
  • Paintbrushes
  • Beads (optional)

How To:

  1. Set up the art station for the kids using a washable cloth to cover the table.
  2. Let your kids use the watercolors, crayons, and oil paints to fill the white sheet of paper. Let them draw anything they like – lines, dots, wavy lines or just blotches – on the paper.
  3. Let the paper dry. Now cut the paper into small, petal-shaped pieces. You will need at least five or six petals for each flower. Make sure that the petals of each flower are of the same color.
  4. Cut out a small circle from the colored paper, preferably of a different color used by the kids. We chose violet for the flowers and yellow for the center.
  5. Glue the petals to the circle, close to each other, such that the circle is the center. The pointy edge of the petals should be out.
  6. Let it dry and then glue a small bead in the center to give it a cute look.
  7. Your DIY watercolor paper flowers are ready!

3. Paper Plate Flower

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These paper craft flowers are made from mundane items like a straw and paper plates but are as beautiful as they can get.

You Will Need:

  • Dessert size paper plates – white
  • Watercolors or paint, yellow, green or other colors as you desire
  • Craft sticks
  • Scissors
  • Glue

How To:

  1. Take a paper plate and create petals by cutting even slits along the border of the paper plate. Create enough slits to have eight to ten evenly sized petals.
  2. Take the watercolors and paint the front of the paper plate in yellow (or any color of your choice). Spread the color evenly on the plate.
  3. Paint the craft stick in green. Let it dry and then glue it to the back of the paper plate. You can cut two paper leaves colored in green and attach it to the craft stick, a couple of inches below the paper flower.
  4. Your paper plate flower is ready.

Attractive Paper Flower Crafts For Kids

Though you may not introduce paper crafts during your little one’s preschool, it is not a big deal to learn in the later stage. Here is how to make paper flowers for kids in a easy way.

4. Paper Flower Bouquet

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A bouquet for kids may seem like a stretch. But these paper flower making for younger kids is easy to do, with a little help from the adults.

You Will Need:

  • Drinking straws for stems
  • Craft paper of different colors – purple, blue and pink (other colors if you’d like)
  • Scissors
  • Glue

How To:

  1. Slit one end of the straw and flatten it so that it looks like a flower with a stem. Let the slits be an inch long, but not more.
  2. To make it easier for preschoolers, get templates of flowers in different sizes, printed on the color paper. Pick easy templates that the kids can cut using their scissors.
  3. Cut the flowers into sets, based on their shapes.
  4. Arrange the flowers by stacking them according to their size, with the wider or larger blossom at the bottom.
  5. Use the scissors to create a small circle/hole in the center of the flowers.
  6. Put the non-slit end of the straw from the top, into the circle in the middle and tape it from the below to hold the petals in place.

5. Tissue Paper Flowers For Kids

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Tissue paper flowers are pretty to look at and can be easily made by kids. Here is how you can make colorful Mexican tissue paper flowers to deck your home.

You Will Need:

  • Tissue paper (different colors)
  • Scissors
  • Floral wire, pipe cleaner, or twist ties
  • Straw for stems
  • Glue

How To:

  1. Take five to seven tissue papers and cut them into sheets of size 7×11 inches. You can use the papers of the same color or use different colored sheets to make a colorful flower. You can use more sheets to make the flower fluffier.
  2. Stack the sheets neatly and make ¾-inch folds, accordion style (folding the paper back and forth). The folds must be of the same size.
  3. If any excess paper is left, trim it.
  4. Round the edges of the paper using the scissors – once you do, there won’t be any corners.
  5. Use a pipe cleaner to tie around the center of the folded paper.
  6. Open one end of the paper, spreading the paper like a fan. Now, separate each layer of paper for the petals. Open the petals one layer at a time, don’t try to pull them all at once.
  7. Repeat the above step for the other end of the folded paper.
  8. Once all the layers are open, you have a pretty, fluffy pom-pom flower.
  9. Take a straw and stick it to the flower with glue or tape to create a stem.

[ Read: Tissue Paper Crafts For Kids ]

6. Easy Hyacinth Flowers

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Hyacinth flowers are very pretty to look at, but they grow only in spring. When you can’t get the real flower, why not make them at home? Here are a few simple steps to make the hyacinth bunches with your kids.

You Will Need:

  • Colorful construction paper – green (for the stem), white, purple and pink (you can choose any other color for the flowers)
  • Glue
  • Scissors

How To:

  1. Take the green colored construction paper and cut one-inch wide, lengthy strips from it. You can make as many pieces as the number of flowers you want to make.
  2. Roll the green strips to make stems – use glue to keep it in place. Let it dry.
  3. Now, take a sheet of any color you like for the flowers. Cut it into four parts, with smooth edges. You will get four sheets of papers.
  4. Fold these pages in half (long side) to get a folded sheet in the shape of a rectangle. The length of this sheet is more than the breadth.
  5. Leave one centimeter space and create slits along the folded edge of the sheet. The gap between the slits can vary, but not too much.
  6. Glue one end of the strip to the top of the stem. Let it dry and then slowly twist the stem to roll the remaining strip of the paper downwards, covering almost half of the stem. Glue the other end to the stem and let it dry.
  • Repeat steps 3 to 6 for the other flowers.
  • Put them in a vase and you have a colorful hyacinth bouquet ready.

7. Paper Daffodils

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You Will Need:

  • Craft paper in yellow (varying shades of yellow is better)
  • Pipe cleaner
  • Glue
  • Scissors

How To:

  1. Take a 4-inch square sheet and fold it in half, diagonally. Fold the triangle again, to form a smaller one. Repeat the step until you get a small triangle.
  2. Cut this into the shape of a petal – you can use a sketch or pencil to draw a half-circle and then cut it.
  3. Snip a hole in the petal by cutting a little at the pointed tip. Create a bigger, 21/2-inch circle in the center.
  4. Cut the resultant circle into two halves (semi-circles).
  5. Apply glue on one edge of the semi-circle and roll it into a cone.
  6. Fold one end of a pipe-cleaner and add glue to the center of the flower, including the edges.
  7. Put the cone into the opening in the flower. Then put the open end of the pipe-cleaner into this opening and slowly pull it down.
  8. Your daffodil is ready!

8. Paper Sunflowers

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Sunflowers just brighten your day. The problem is that you don’t get to see them all through the year.

Here is a simple way to make sunflowers with paper plates at home.

You Will Need:

  • 7-inch paper plates
  • Green and yellow construction paper
  • Cardboard
  • Brown or red wrapping paper (lunch bag will do too)
  • Glue
  • Scissors

How To:

  1. Start with the stem – cut rectangles that are two inches wide and 11 inches long. Wrap them completely in green construction paper and use glue to hold them together.
  2. Staple the stems to the bottom of the paper plates.
  3. Slit the brown paper or lunch bag into thin strips and curl them down – draw along the strip using one of the open scissor blades to curl them. Create at least two strips for each flower.
  4. Glue one end of the strips to the center of the paper plate. Add two or more until you like what you see.
  5. For the petals, use the yellow construction paper. Use a template to cut petals out of the yellow sheet.
  6. Glue the petals below the brown curlers, on the paper plate. You can have two overlapping rows of petals to get a genuine sunflower look. Add leaves to the stem and your sunflower is ready!

9. Paper Poppies

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Poppies are red with black seeds in the center. Create paper poppies with your kids using red craft paper.

You Will Need:

  • 1 A4 size red craft paper
  • Straw and green crepe paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pencil and ruler scale

How To:

  1. Make two 10-inch squares from the craft paper.
  2. Fold each square in half and then fold that into another half.
  3. Fold the small square diagonally so that you get a triangle.
  4. Draw a curve starting from pointy edge in the middle (the one opposite the longer side of the triangle) and move towards the center of the right side. Cut along the curve.
  5. Open that and you will have a red flower. Do the same with the other paper as well.
  6. Snip the center of the flower to make a small hole.
  7. For the stem, wrap the straw with the green crepe paper and glue them.
  8. Push the straw through the center of the flower and make a knot to prevent it from slipping down. Now glue to stick the knot to the flower, to hold the stem in place.
  9. The red poppy flower is ready!

[ Read: Poinsettia Crafts For Kids ]

10. Paper Rosettes

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Paper rosettes look like flowers and are easy to make and are excellent decorations for parties.

You Will Need:

  • ¼-inch tape
  • 1/8 inch hole punch
  • 11-inch by 8½ inch white or color papers
  • Ribbons

How To:

  1. You will need three sheets of paper to make one paper rosette. You can use sheets of the same color or different colors.
  2. First, accordion-fold each of these papers. Then fold them in half again. Stick the folds of the paper using tape or glue.
  3. Join the three papers by opening their ends and sticking them with glue, to form a circle.
  4. Punch a hole on one side, and tie the ribbon to hang it as a decoration ornament.

11. Daffodil Pinwheel Flowers

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Daffodil pinwheels are fun – especially when you hold them and run with the wind blowing against you!

You Will Need:

  • Green and yellow craft papers
  • Paper fastener
  • Stapler
  • Pencil and ruler
  • Scissors

How To:

  1. If you have a square paper, you can start with it. Otherwise, cut the existing sheet into a square.
  2. Use the pencil and the ruler to draw lines starting from the corners of the square, into the center of the square. Do not extend the lines till the center or join them.
  3. Cut along the lines using scissors.
  4. Tip the alternate corners of the slit paper into the center, use your finger to hold them in place. You can then staple the corners or glue them to the center.
  5. Make the stalk using the green craft paper. Cut narrow strips, and roll the green sheet into tubes.
  6. Join the pinwheel and the stem using a paper fastener – you can make a hole with the knife and then use the paper fastener to keep the wheel and the stalk.
  7. Make sure that the hole is loose enough for the pinwheel to twirl when it moves.

12. Cupcake Liner Dollies

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Cupcake liners are colorful, which makes them the perfect art supplies for making paper crafts. Here is how you can use them to make flowers.

You Will Need:

  • Cupcake liners
  • Buttons (bigger coat buttons)
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Unsharpened pencils – preferably green, or craft sticks
  • Green craft paper

How To:

  1. Get as cupcake liners for flowers.
  2. Turn them inside out, if the liners are white inside. Otherwise, you can leave them as they are.
  3. Decorate the center of the cupcake liner: it is usually flatter and smoother. Glue the buttons to the center. The flower is ready.
  4. Use the pencils for stems. Glue the unsharpened end of the pencil to the back of the paper flower.
  5. Use a leaf template to cut small leaves out of the green craft paper. This can be a challenge for the little ones – so help them draw the lining of a leaf on the paper and use the scissors to cut the shapes out.
  6. Glue these leaves to the sides of the stem – your cupcake liner flowers are ready.

13. Accordion Folded Spring Flowers Collage

The collage is one of the best Spring paper crafts you can work on with your kids. It is simple, colorful and has more flowers too.

You Will Need:

  • Sturdy chart paper, preferably white or light cardboard for base
  • Green craft paper and straws for stems
  • White craft paper for flowers
  • Scissors
  • Watercolors, paintbrushes or crayons for flowers
  • Glue

How To:

  1. Cut a strip from the chart or cardboard – 4×12 inches. Accordion-fold the chart (no more than six folds) to make the stand.
  2. Cut thin strips from green craft paper to create stems. You can also use straws to make stems. Make a few stems shorter than the rest.
  3. Stick the stems to the chart – keep a distance of half-an-inch or more between the flowers.
  4. Take another sheet of paper to make the flowers. Help the kids draw outlines of simple flowers (we chose tulips) and circles, single-petals. Color them differently – use as many bright colors as you want for the collage.
  5. Use scissors to cut the shapes carefully.
  6. Now glue the flowers and circles to the top-end of the stem and let it dry.
  7. Place the stand on the bedside table or in the living room.

[ Read: Paper Folding Crafts For Kids ]

14. Pop Out Flowers

Making pop-out paper flowers is easy. You can make these flowers anytime, anywhere with minimal art supplies and a little time to spare.

You Will Need:

  • Big paper cups – white
  • watercolors
  • Paintbrushes
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Sheet of cardboard (optional)

How To:

  1. Take a few paper cups – cut the rim out using the scissors. Make sure that the edge is evenly cut.
  2. Cut into the cups vertically – cut only half the length of the cup.
  3. Fan out the cut parts to bring out petals
  4. Use watercolors to paint the petals in different shades.
  5. Your pop-out flowers are ready.
  6. Stick the bottom of the flower to a paper or a cardboard and you have a cute gift ready.

15. Paper Daisies

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Daisies are cute and easy to make with paper. Here is how to make these flowers colorful with craft paper.

You Will Need:

  • Craft paper – you can use only white or colored paper
  • Green craft paper for stems (optional)
  • Glue
  • Scissors

How To:

  1. Take a sheet of color paper and draw flower shapes on them. You could use a pencil to draw the shape and then cut them using scissors.
  2. To get the perfect shape, use a stencil or an eight petal flower template.
  3. Draw as many flowers as you want to make, using different colored paper.
  4. Cut the flowers using scissors – make sure you use kid-friendly scissors to prevent injuries.
  5. Draw small circles, the size of a button, on yellow paper. Cut them out and glue them to the center of the flowers that you had cut earlier.
  6. Your daisies are ready.
  7. You could add a stem and a pair of leaves using the green craft paper.

16. Spring Paper Flowers

Bring the colors of spring into your home with these colorful paper flowers for kids.

You Will Need:

  • Craft paper – green, red, white and yellow
  • Black sketch pen
  • Glue
  • Scissors

How To:

  1. Take the green craft paper – it should ideally be the size of A4. Accordion-fold the paper with half-inch folds.
  2. Fold the paper in the middle, from the top to give it a ‘V’ shape. Join the two ends of the paper to form a semi-circle. The flat end of the paper will act as the base. Make as many green bases as you want.
  3. Now, draw the shapes of small flowers – tulips or daisies or other simple flowers.
  4. Use a black sketch pen to give the flowers a neat outline.
  5. Cut the flowers, along the black outline, using scissors.
  6. Place the green folded paper on the table and stick the small, colorful flowers to one side of the paper.
  7. You have a green spring bouquet ready!

17. Colorful Cupcake Wrapper Flowers

Make these cupcake paper flowers easily with just scissors and glue! This craft involves a lot of scissor practice.

You Will Need:

  • Multicolored cupcake liners or wrappers
  • Green craft paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Beads (optional)

How To:

  1. Take colored craft paper and draw small circles – the size that fits inside the cupcake liner paper.
  2. Take a cupcake liner and flatten it. Cut into the folds until the center (stop at the fold that divides the base from the wall). Tell the kids to cut along the line, it makes it easier for them to focus.
  3. The slits on the wrapper can be simple, or slightly bent towards the edges, to look like petals.
  4. Glue the circles in the center of the slit cupcake liners.
  5. Cut green stems and glue them to the back of the wrappers to complete the flower.

18. Easy Paper Rose

One of the most difficult flowers to make with paper is a rose. But here is how to make a paper flower easy.

You Will Need:

  • Craft paper
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Beads (optional)

How To:

  1. Cut the craft paper into four of five-inch squares. Use red, yellow, pink and white papers.
  2. Draw a large circle on the square paper – the circle should touch the edges of the paper.
  3. Start drawing a spiral inside this circle – start from outer circle and go towards the center of the paper.
  4. You can have as many rounds as you want, but try and maintain a distance of half-an-inch between the inner circles.
  5. Take scissors and start cutting along the spiral lines – it is okay if your kid is not able to cut exactly on the line.
  6. Roll the spiral, starting from the outer side and moving towards the center. Try to roll the paper as tightly as possible.
  7. When the paper is almost rolled – with nothing or little left to roll – put some glue on the center (the unfolded part) and complete the roll. Press the bottom of the spiral so that the glue spreads properly.
  8. Let the paper flower free with its pointy end in your palm – you have a beautiful paper rose.

[ Read: Paper Cutting Crafts For Kids ]

19. Balloon Flower

Make flowers with petals shaped like a balloon!

You Will Need:

  • Pink craft paper
  • Glue
  • Punches/scissors
  • Beads (optional)

How To:

  1. Start by making the petals – you can use a punch to make balloon shaped petals. Or you could draw small balloons on the sheet and cut them out.
  2. Place the pointed edge of the scissors on the balloon (from the bottom) and pinch it using your index finger and thumb. The fold makes it look like a petal.
  3. Cut small circles from the same paper. Have as many circles as the number of flowers.
  4. Use the circle as the base and glue the petals, overlapping each other a bit.
  5. Use a punch to make the flower center and glue it to complete the flower. You can use black paper for this.
  6. Add leaves using green craft paper, and it’s done!

20. Circle Flower

Did you know you can make a flower with simple shapes like circles?

You Will Need:

  • Circle punch
  • Craft paper – yellow or pink
  • Glue
  • Beads (optional)

How To:

  1. Punch small circles from the craft paper. These circles would be slightly larger than pennies.
  2. Take five circles and gently fold them in half; the fold must not be too deep.
  3. Take another circle for the base. Apply a good amount of glue on the entire surface.
  4. Glue the folded circles, slightly overlapping, to the base such that the five petals cover the diameter of the circle.
  5. Glue a bead to the center of the base to complete the flower.

21. Handprint Easter Lilies

A fun way to create flowers is to use your kids’ hand prints.

You Will Need:

  • A4 sheets
  • Colorful drinking straws
  • Toilet paper roll
  • Water colors – we chose golden glitter
  • Paintbrushes
  • Scissors
  • Glue

How To:

  1. Trace your kid’s hand on a white paper using a pencil or a marker. Outline all the five fingers along with the palm.
  2. Cut the hand-print and roll it vertically – it should look like a funnel.
  3. Curl down the fingers of each roll to make the flower bloom.
  4. Take a straw and attach one end of it to the end of the flower roll.
  5. Your handprint Easter Lilly is ready. Make three or more for a beautiful bunch.
  6. Make a vase out of a cardboard toilet paper roll and paint it in golden glitter or silver.

[ Read: Handprint Crafts For Kids ]

22. Tissue Paper Tulip

You can make beautiful paper flowers with something as mundane as a tissue paper. Here is how.

You Will Need:

  • White chart paper
  • Printable tulip pattern – you can also draw it if you want
  • Pink and green tissue papers (or crepe paper)
  • School glue
  • Scissors

How To:

  1. Draw a tulip on a sheet of white paper. Or you can have the tulip pattern printed on a white sheet of paper. The pattern should include a stem as well.
  2. Cut the tulip pattern using the scissors.
  3. Cut the green and pink tissue papers into small squares, much smaller than the tulip pattern.
  4. Crinkle all the tissue squares a little.
  5. Apply glue to the surface of the tulip pattern and fill the stem with the green crinkled squares.
  6. Fill the flower portion with the crinkled pink squares.
  7. Your tissue paper tulip is ready!

23. Heart Punch Flower

Make flowers with little yellow hearts! You will need a heart punch for this one.

You Will Need:

  • Yellow chart paper
  • Heart craft punch
  • Glue
  • Scissors

How To:

  1. Punch five or six hearts from the yellow craft paper to make petals.
  2. Gently fold each heart vertically.
  3. Apply glue to the center of a bright colored square paper or card.
  4. Stick the tips of the heart-shaped petals to the center – the hollow part of the fold is downward.
  5. The petals should be glued next to each other, not overlapping.
  6. Glue a small bead in the center to complete the craft.

Paper Flower Crafts For Tweens and Teens

The flowers you have learned above are easy to make for younger kids. If you have a teen interested in crafts, here are two paper flower designs they may enjoy making.

24. Easy Foldable Tulip

Image: Shutterstock

Tulip is one of the most commonly made flowers with paper. Here is a simple way to make a tulip by just folding paper.

You Will Need:

  • Red square origami paper
  • Green craft paper
  • Glue

How To:

  1. Take the red square paper and valley-fold it in half and then unfold it.
  2. Now valley-fold the paper vertically and unfold it again.
  3. Cut one-fourth of the paper out to get a smaller square.
  4. Take the smaller square and place it on a surface. Rotate it 45 degrees, so it looks like a diamond.
  5. Fold the paper vertically. You have a triangle. With the longer side as the base, valley-fold the triangle and then unfold it.
  6. Pull the right and left corners of the triangle through valley-folding.
  7. Apply the mountain-fold at the newly formed left and right corners – fold just a little. The tulip is ready.
  8. For the stem, take a green square paper and create an origami stem, or a simple green stem with leaves.
  9. Your origami tulip is ready.

[ Read: Paper Animal Crafts For Kids ]

25. Dahlia Wall Decoration

Image: Shutterstock

The dahlia wall decoration needs a lot of work and is a great activity to engage teenagers. The process involves rolling sheets and tactfully arranging them to form the shape of a flower. So, if you have a group of bored teenagers, this is a must-try paper craft.

You Will Need:

  • Colored thick craft paper (should be foldable) in sky blue, light green and maybe yellow
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Cardboard

How To:

  1. You will need several square-shaped craft papers with sets of different sizes (3-inch, 4-inch, and 5-inch).
  2. Take a square paper and roll it from a corner, into a cone. Glue the side of the cone to keep it intact.
  3. Roll cones of different sizes using different colored papers. You can use one color for one size, or vary them as you like.
  4. Once all the cones are ready, create a circular base using the cardboard. The circle must be big enough to fit all the cones you made.
  5. Glue the cones to the cardboard base in descending order of their size – start by pasting the bigger cones on the outer edge of the circle.
  6. Paste the smaller cones next, such that they complete the next circle.
  7. The smallest cones will form the innermost and the smallest circle in the arrangement.
  8. Your dahlia pattern is complete once you finish covering the entire cardboard base.

That was easy, right? Making paper flowers is fun and also encourages cognitive development as well as creative instincts in children. Once your kids master these simple ways of making paper flowers, you can introduce the intricate paper craft techniques of origami and kirigami for kids.

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Youtube Followers- 83,400 . Views Count- 13,084,162 . Video Count - 121

43. Dixit Craft

IndiaAbout Youtuber Hello everyone, my name is Ishan and this channel is about cardboard crafts, home decoration, toys and other things which you can make or do at your home.
Frequency about 1 video per month
Since Apr 2016 Follow
Youtube Followers- 82,939 . Views Count- 9,701,918 . Video Count - 23

44. Arush DIY Craft Ideas

About Youtuber DIY Craft Ideas: Do-it-yourself projects and craft ideas that are easy to pull off. Fun crafts, experience the joy of doing it yourself!
Frequency about 3 videos per week
Since Jun 2017 Follow
Youtube Followers- 76,817 . Views Count- 9,117,092 . Video Count - 348

45. Art and Crafts Zone

IndiaAbout Youtuber We love doing Crafts, Drawing, Painting and sharing it with others!
Frequency about 2 videos per month
Since Aug 2014 Follow
Youtube Followers- 73,008 . Views Count- 14,630,539 . Video Count - 214

46. Stampin' Up!

Riverton, UtahAbout Youtuber Since 1988, Stampin' Up! has been helping people discover and share their creativity through our exclusive line of decorative stamp sets and accessories for cards, scrapbooking, craft projects, and home décor!
Frequency about 1 video per week Follow
Youtube Followers- 72,859 . Views Count- 9,781,030 . Video Count - 595

47. Easy Kids Craft - Youtube

About Youtuber We are a kids craft channel that will inspire your kids to create and enhance their crafting skills. Watch videos on Youtube.
Frequency about 1 video per week
Since Apr 2016 Follow
Youtube Followers- 70,117 . Views Count- 11,423,966 . Video Count - 489

48. FaveCrafts

Chicago, ILAbout Youtuber Welcome to the FaveCrafts channel where we have 1000's of free craft projects, home decor ideas and DIY tips. We are alway adding new projects and tips. Some of our favorites include Christmas Crafts, Free Knitting Patterns, Free Crochet Patterns and Crafting with Kids. Follow this channel and find step-by-step instructions, videos and patterns to make it quick and easy.
Frequency about 1 video per month
Since Feb 2010 Follow
Youtube Followers- 61,386 . Views Count- 14,123,337 . Video Count - 858

49. Create & Craft TV

UKAbout Youtuber Learn & shop with Create and Craft, the UK's number one live TV Craft channel. Tune in for live demonstrations plus tips and techniques from the experts!
Frequency about 1 video per week
Since Mar 2014 Follow
Youtube Followers- 53,564 . Views Count- 5,557,573 . Video Count - 1,010

50. Paper Magic

Czech RepublicAbout Youtuber Crafts and DIY tutorials everyone can make! Inspiration for everyone who loves simple crafts for kids. Ideas and tutorials are easy and quick to make and kids require just a little of help from parents or teachers 🙂
Frequency about 2 videos per month
Since Nov 2014 Follow
Youtube Followers- 51,146 . Views Count- 6,417,046 . Video Count - 186


About Youtuber DIY handmade, home decor, room decor videos.
Frequency about 4 videos per week
Since Dec 2014 Follow
Youtube Followers- 47,417 . Views Count- 9,185,896 . Video Count - 234

52. Creative DIY Crafts

IndiaAbout Youtuber I am Saranya Kuppusamy, homemaker of a beautiful family. Whatever crafts I try to make, I realize one thing each time, 'In Crafting, there are no mistakes, it is your own unique creation'.
Frequency about 1 video per month
Since Dec 2011 Follow
Youtube Followers- 45,016 . Views Count- 11,550,859 . Video Count - 103

53. Easy Peasy and Fun

About Youtuber We are all about fun and easy to do crafts for kids and kids at heart! We love all things crafty and arty and are sharing tutorials and ideas for origami (perfect for kids and beginners), paper crafts, paper toys and more.
Frequency about 3 videos per week
Since Dec 2015 Follow
Youtube Followers- 41,018 . Views Count- 5,085,379 . Video Count - 350

54. Crafter's Companion

County DurhamAbout Youtuber Here you will find a number of videos, including handy hints, product and project tutorials, product trailers, company information and much, much more.
Frequency about 9 videos per week
Since Apr 2010 Follow
Youtube Followers- 39,233 . Views Count- 5,670,626 . Video Count - 588

55. Crafts And Drawings

IndiaAbout Youtuber Hi, through this channel I would like to share with you how to make crafts and how to draw things easily.I would like to share easy crafts only...Paper Crafts,Paper Flowers,Ribbon Flowers, Crafts out of waste materials...etc
Frequency about 2 videos per month
Since Nov 2011 Follow
Youtube Followers- 38,639 . Views Count- 13,259,746 . Video Count - 151

56. My Craft

United Arab EmiratesAbout Youtuber My Craft is a craft youtube video channel that uploads craft videos.
Frequency about 1 video per week
Since Dec 2012 Follow
Youtube Followers- 37,887 . Views Count- 5,496,739 . Video Count - 359

57. NurseTara04

About Youtuber Hello and welcome to my channel! Here you will find many projects that reflect my love of crafting and unique way of thinking outside the box. I hope to inspire you with my tutorials and not only enable you with my hauls but encourage you to use what you have and turn the ordinary into something extraordinary!
Frequency about 2 videos per month
Since May 2009 Follow
Youtube Followers- 34,830 . Views Count- 3,114,935 . Video Count - 414

58. Crafts n' Creations

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