A fun art project for kids and students of all ages.

These paper plate flowers can be turned into beautiful wall art, hanging party decorations or be attached to greeting cards!

Older kids can get into the detail and paint intricate designs whereas the younger kids will get scissor practice which helps strengthen fine motor skills needed for proper pencil grip and handwriting! 

TIP: make sure the petals feature contrasting patterns and colours for a more striking effect!


What You’ll Need:


  • Micador Vibrant Watercolour Classroom Pack
  • Roymac 1600 Series Brushes
  • Lotus Palette
  • White paper plates
  • Micador Essential Pencils
  • Glue Stick



Step 1: Outline and cut!

Outline a flower on the back of 3 paper plates (draw large, medium and small), then cut them out.

Step 2: Roll your petals!

Curl your petals by rolling each petal around a marker.

Step 3: It's in the detail!

Decorate your flowers with watercolour paint. Try painting different patterns with lines, dots or stripes!

Step 4: Stick them together!

Once dry, glue the 3 flowers together (smallest flower should be on the top and largest on the bottom).
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