Easy Poinsettia Crafts!


The festive poinsettia is the flower of the season! There is no better way to celebrate the holidays and to pass the time during those cold, wintery days than to make some poinsettia crafts! Not only will these crafts keep kids entertained during the holiday break, they will add colour and holiday cheer to any home! And unlike fresh poinsettias, these flowers will last indefinitely. Here are some of the best, easiest video tutorials I’ve found online:

Poinsettia Wreath

Get a wreath form from an arts and crafts store and attach fabric poinsettias with wire or a hot glue gun.

Christmas wreath made from poinsettia

Photo credit: vanessachristenson.com

Paper Napkin Poinsettia

These would look great as decorations for wreaths, centerpieces, gift toppers and more! To learn how to make this, click here.

Materials: 3 paper napkins, piece of card stock, scissors, and stapler

easy poinsettia craft: napkin flower

via ellinee.com

Easy Paper Poinsettia

Easy craft to do with kids!

Materials: 3 sheets of paper, one in each of these colours: red, green, and yellow

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSWx128RgbE

Duct Tape Poinsettia

Easy to make, but takes time.

Materials: duct tape, flower pot, floral foam, dowel rod or similar stick, craft wire

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7qIRAZn5Y8

About Lesley Lowry

I love flowers! I enjoy growing them, learning about them and I love creating bouquets of freshly cut flowers. In our climate where it's winter most of the time, the growing season is way too short, so I have started this blog to get my fix all winter! I encourage you to post regularly on this blog, especially if you're lucky enough to live in a warm climate and can grow flowers all year long. I intend to post a lot of interesting facts and fun stuff about flowers, as well as info on many varieties of flowers.
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