An easy and adorable paper plate sunflower made with sunflower seeds and your kid’s handprints. This sunflower craft is a great one for summer or fall. It’s simple and fun to do with the kids.
Paper Plate Sunflower Craft
I don’t know about you, but one of my weaknesses is a handprint craft. My kids are growing up so fast. I just love preserving some of their cuteness while they are young.
What can you make with paper plates?
- animals like a lion, butterfly, pig, bear, cow, lamb, turtle, and more!
- fruit like apples, oranges, watermelon, etc…
- sea creatures like jellyfish, fish, octopus, crab, etc…
- objects in the sky like the sun, moon, and planets
- Christmas ornaments
- decorations for Christmas
If you are looking for more Paper Plate Ideas, take a look at all of the Paper Plate Crafts we have on the site
Are you ready to make this cute sunflower craft? Let’s make sure you have everything you need…
Here’s what you’ll need for this craft:
- Paper Plate
- Yellow washable kid’s paint
- Paintbrush or paint sponge
- A glue that dries clear
- Sunflower seeds in the shell
- Yellow paper (about 4 sheets)
- pencil for tracing
- A cute green straw and a paper leaf
How do you make a paper plate sunflower?
- paint the top of the paper plate yellow and let dry
- trace hands onto the yellow paper. I was able to get 2 hands traced on 1 piece of paper
- spread some glue onto the middle part of the plate
- pour a bunch of sunflower seeds onto the glue and spread them out
- next, place the cut-out handprints into a circle – fingers outward
- add some glue to the palms of the handprints
- place the plate into the middle of the palms so the fingers are pointing outward from the plate
- let dry
- If you want to – add a cute straw and a paper leaf to embellish your sweet sunflower even more
Hang and enjoy