Mother’s Day paper flowers; they’re made with love, they’ll never die and they look just as beautiful than the real thing. We’ve gathered 14 species of the most popular Mother’s Day flowers and their paper alternatives for you to make. Pick your fave flower, make a big bouquet (or make one of each for a floral variation) and present them to the mama figure or top mum in your life.
14 Mother’s Day paper flowers
Make some lavender paper flowers using Sister Mag’s video tutorial.
Print Paper & Peony’s petal templates then assembly into a bouquet using their tutorial.
If tulips are your mum’s fave flower then make a bunch using Paper Shape’s tutorial.
Mother’s Day paper flower bouquets aren’t complete without roses. Its Always Autumn even gives you a free printout of the beautiful marbled paper they’ve used.
Dream Posy has created super-realistic gerberas and given you the free tutorial over on their blog.
Check out these other projects you could make for Mother’s Day below:
- Furoshiki wrapping tutorial, plus a Mother’s Day printable
- Candle making for beginners
- Mini white chocolate and rose cake
Camellia Bee’s YouTube channel includes a tutorial for loads of different paper flowers but we especially love her spring daffodils.
Monika Hibbs‘ paper daisies are the ideal flower for those who like minimalism.
Erica Worrall took over the Mollie website to bring you this free poppy tutorial.
For a more tropical vibe, choose Summer Sunflower Co’s hibiscus flower tutorial.
Cartefini shows you how to make these stunning magnolia flowers from crepe paper.
The House That Lars Built has a free paper hydrangea tutorial on her blog that’s just waiting for you.
The Ducks Doodah shows you how to make tiny fuchsia flowers for Mother’s Day.
Clever Poppy shows you how to make these paper lilies. Make them your mum’s fave colours and finish with a ribbon.
We hope your lucky recipient loves her Mother’s Day paper flowers as much as we do! Tag us in some pics of your Mother’s Day projects on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. For more creative projects, subscribe to Mollie Makes.