Sunflowers make everybody happy! Don’t they? They’re cheerful, bright, and great to look at. How about a burst of sunflowers propped up on your child’s bedroom wall? Teach him/her to make it using paper cups. It’s simple and you shouldn’t miss this paper cup craft sunflower burst!
This activity will:
- Improve your child’s fine motor skills
- Enhance creativity
- Keep him/her away from TV/Smartphone
Materials You’ll Need:
- Paper cups – 3
- Paint brush
- A pair of scissors
Instructions for Paper Cup Craft Sunflower Burst:
- Paint the paper cups yellow and leave them to dry.
- Cut the paper cups to form the petals.
- Paint their bases in brown.
- Stick the paper cups on a sheet of paper.
- With your finger, paint the stalks and leaves.
- Add white spots on the base of each flower! Voilà it’s ready!
Isn’t that a burst of happiness?
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