Cake Case Flower Art For Kids

Cake Case Flower Art For Kids

This month’s craft pack for my Bostik Blogger’s challenge was fab and we had so many ideas we didn’t know what to make first but eventually decided to use the cup cases, felt, pom poms and pipe cleaners to make flower art.


I started by pushing the bendy wire through the cake case and bending it to hold it in place.


Then we poured rather a lot of glue inside and stuck the pom poms down.


This was followed by pouring more glue on top and covering them in glitter, Cherry is three and EVERYTHING has to be covered in glitter.

I then cut a flower shape out of the felt and stuck the cup case on it.

Next I used some of the corrugated cardboard that I’ve had lying around for ages to make the background.

I cut out a square and stuck strips of washi tape across it. I got mine from Tigerlilly Quinn’s Shop.

Before sticking the finished flowers on the cardboard.


It’s now on the wall in our kitchen!


  1. jenny

    1 April

    These are stunning. YOu are so creative and talented. I wish I was half as good as this with crafts. I would have never thought to use some of these materials. Just fab. Will have to bookmark until the kids are a bit older. Would love to do stuff like this with MM someday. Like I did with my momma.

  2. Donna

    1 April

    Oh you are so clever! They look just like funky coloured daffs! Amazing! x

  3. Carie

    1 April

    They look fabulous – and I love the glitter! Kitty too believes that there’s no such thing as too much glitter and she may be converting me slowly to her way of thinking!

  4. Oh I love these! So pretty

  5. These are the kind of things I used to make growing up. Your crafts always take me back to my childhood! I do hope one of my boys grows up wanting to do crafty things.

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