Pipe Cleaner Flowers

These pipe cleaner flowers stemmed from the shamrock streamer that I had done for St. Patrick’s Day. Both require your fingers and pipe cleaner, that’s it! Is there a museum somewhere that is dedicated to pipe cleaners and pom-poms? There should be. These are a kid-crafters dream!

Pipe Cleaner Flowers

It’s so simple.

Start by wrapping the pipe cleaner around your pinky in the following order: bottom, left, top, right. I put my pipe cleaner on my left hand so if you use your other hand, reverse the order.

Pipe Cleaner Flowers

After the pinky is looped, run the pipe cleaner under your ring finger and twist it around the top using the same order as above.

Pipe Cleaner Flowers

Pipe Cleaner Flowers

Continue with the rest of your fingers – you’ll notice that they will all “pinch/collect” towards the center to make the flower shape.

Pipe Cleaner Flowers

When done, slip your fingers out and wrap the remaining tail around the first loop you made to secure both ends.

Finish it off by gluing a pom-pom to the center of your flower and call it a day! You can throw them in your spring sensory bin, make pipe cleaner stems, or create a bouquet. So adorable!

Pipe Cleaner Flowers

Pipe Cleaner Flowers

If you like these flowers and are looking for more easy spring activities, check out our recycled bottle brush flowers or our spring sensory bin! Be sure to follow us on pinterest for more seasonal activities and crafts!

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