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Mother's Day Paper Flowers

MD Paper Flowers TBN

How To

activity time 25mins

Gather all the materials listed that you require.

Templates for the hands, leaves and the stems can be downloaded by clicking on the 'Pink' Button.

Follow the instructions on this webpage to complete activity.

You Will Need

  • Pens/Pencils
  • Scissors
  • Print Out Template
  • Glue
  • Coloured Paper/Card

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Suitable For
  • Rainbows-4-7yrs 4-7yrs
  • Brownies-7-10yrs 7-10yrs
  • Guides-10-14yrs 10-14yrs


  • Mother's Day Paper Flowers

    Draw around your own hand onto a piece of coloured paper and cut it out. You can also use the template of a hand provided in our downloadable PDF.

  • Mother's Day Paper Flowers

    Use this cut out hand as a template to cut out more hands, use different coloured paper to get various flower colours.

  • Mother's Day Paper Flowers

    Use the templates provided to cut out some stems and leaves. We recommend using green coloured paper but you can always colour white paper in green using a marker. You can also draw out your own template for the flowers stems and leaves.

  • Mother's Day Paper Flowers

    Start by gluing some of the hand prints to some coloured paper/card as shown in the picture.

  • Mother's Day Paper Flowers

    Next glue some of the cut out stems on to the hand flowers as shown in the above picture.

  • Mother's Day Paper Flowers

    Repeat step 4, placing more hand flowers on top of what you have already glued down.

  • Mother's Day Paper Flowers

    Once you are happy with the amount of flowers on your picture finish it off by gluing on some stems and leaves.

  • Mother's Day Paper Flowers

    Write a special message on your card and gift it to that special person on Mother's Day.

Someone Special!

Mother's Day can be the perfect day to show anyone who is important to you some LOVE!

Make your very own paper flower picture and write a message for someone special whether that be a Dad, a Granny, a Guardian, a Sibling or whoever you wish.

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