Use this free printable flower template for flower cut out magic!
Create a pretty petalled paper flower with just a few simple steps. Your flower can have as many petals as you wish and add the stem and leaves for a complete flower craft.
Make a whole bouquet of paper flowers with this free printable flowers coloring craft. Change out the color and coloring patterns to celebrate the season of flowers with this printable template.
Color, count, and decorate the flower petals, and then put them all together to make a pretty flower.
You can also add your own pattern and designs to the blank petals.
Free Printable Flowers Craft Template to Color
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The printable template page includes 8 different petals. You can printable multiple pages to create matching sets, or use the single sheet as is.
Design your own patterns, color or paint however you like, or even print on colored paper. You can also use this printable as a template to cut out the flower pieces from your favorite scrapbook or colored paper.
Make one flower or a whole bouquet!
Flowers Cut Out Template
I like the idea of printing off multiple copies of the printable page and creating flowers that are coordinated by color or by pattern.
Use the printable template to cut out flowers of all different patterns.
- Plain paper & printer
- Colored pencils, markers, water color paints, acrylic paints, pastels or whatever you want to use to color the printed flower template pattern
- (Optional) Colored paper to glue the finished flower to
Steps to Make Paper Flower
- Download & print the free flower template (click on pink button below) – you may want to print off more than one copy if you want more than 8 petals on your paper flower
- Color or paint the petals, stem and leaves
- Cut out the colored petals, stems and leaves
- Glue your flower cut outs onto another piece of paper
Spring Flowers Cut Outs – Petals, Stems and More to Arrange
If you are creating spring flowers, then use these flower patterns to color and then use these as spring flowers cut outs.
Cut out each piece and use as intended or create the unexpected!
Doesn’t that flower stem look like a straw?
What kind of fun could be created if it were?
Flower Patterns to Color – Colored Pencils, Paint, Crayons…
These flower patterns are perfect for coloring. Grab your colored pencils, crayons or watercolor paints and make a masterpiece.
Each petal on the flower pattern is so different…even in black and white.
And that becomes exponentially larger when you start coloring the template!
Download & Print Spring Cut and Paste Craft
Now grab a larger piece of paper, card stock or poster board and create a flower garden with all your spring cut outs.
Use glue (I prefer a glue stick for this step) to attach the flower pieces to the background surface.
Get creative on what your definition of a flower garden might be!
Preschool Flower Craft
While adults and older kids love this flower template, it can be used for younger kids too. In fact, using it for learning can sneak in some education…
Are you working on colors or counting?
This printable Flower Craft page is a great activity for your preschool counting practice, color matching or talking about same and different.
Grab some crayons and have fun!
More Flower Crafts & Art from Kids Activities Blog
Spring crafts are already fun, but when you add in an educational aspect, kids will be hooked! Try these fun ideas:
- Grab all 14 of our original, printable and free flower coloring pages for hours of coloring fun for both adults and kids!
- Learn how to make paper flowers – it is easier than you think!
- Create Day of the Dead flowers with this simple tutorial.
- Kids will love making this flower wreath with things you likely already have around the house.
- Make a paper flower bouquet. This fun flower craft is so easy even younger kids can help!
- If you have preschoolers in the house or classroom, don’t miss this flower painting idea that is super simple.
- Grab this cool coloring page of a butterfly on a flower drawing.
How did you decorate & arrange your flowers? Let us know!