If you’re looking for easy pipe cleaner crafts, you might want to take a look at the projects in this collection, each of which will result in a beautiful pipe cleaner flower. There are simple ideas for little hands to make, intricate blooms for older kids (which adults will enjoy, too), and a host of other blooms which will appeal to all levels of crafters, both novice and those who are more experienced.
If you’re looking for more pipe cleaner crafts, take a look at these fun pipe cleaner animals.
Easy Pipe Cleaner Daffodils and Tulips
These pipe cleaner flowers look far more difficult than they actually are, and the daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths would make beautiful gifts to brighten up any home when arranged in tiny pots.
Tissue Paper and Pipe Cleaner Flowers
Tissue paper lends itself well to making petals – it’s delicate, pretty, and comes in so many beautiful colors. Follow this guide to making tissue paper blossoms with green pipe cleaner stems.
Easy Tassel Flowers
These yarn tassel dandelions are like a breath of fresh air coming into the house – they’re bright, cheerful, pretty, and really easy to make using yarn, pipe cleaners, and a fork.
Pipe Cleaner Button Flowers
These cute little flowers would make ideal gifts for the kids to make for Mother’s Day, and they’re easy enough for even the smallest of hands to manage (with perhaps a little help).
Coffee Filter Flowers
Turn a STEAM lesson into a pretty gift for Mom with these beautiful blooms which are made, believe it or not, from coffee filters, water, and washable markers in various colors.
Paper and Pipe Cleaner Flowers
If you have a flower punch, you can create a whole bunch of these simply sweet flowers in a variety of colors, and thread them onto a fuzzy green pipe cleaner stem.
Pipe Cleaner Sunflowers
Nothing says summer like sunflowers, but they look so sad once they start to wilt. Keep the sunny vibe for longer with these cheerful sunflowers which are guaranteed never to die.
Pipe Cleaner Construction Paper Flowers
If the kids are confident with safety scissors, let them cut out their own petal shapes from card stock and attach them to pipe cleaners for flowers which have been made with love.
Pipe Cleaner Rose Rings
Older kids will enjoy making these very pretty rose rings, especially as there are pictures to follow which show every step, as well as a video in case they get lost.
Cupcake Liner Doily Bouquets
Who’d have thought that cupcake liners could make such beautiful flowers? These pretty posies can be made in all sorts of colors, and can be arranged in lovely doily bouquets.
Watercolor Paper Pipe Cleaner Flowers
Paper towels soak up liquid, which makes them ideal for this watercolor art project – once the paint is dry the flowers will take on a pretty tie-dye appearance among the fresh, green foliage.
Upcycled Tulip Bouquet
Egg cartons are a useful addition to the craft supplies box, and they are the star player in this cute little DIY as they can be painted and turned into pretty tulips.
Pipe Cleaner Heart Flowers
These pretty heart pipe cleaner flowers are just adorable, and look good enough to give as a Valentine’s Day gift or a lovely surprise on Mother’s Day or birthdays.
Styrofoam balls and pipe cleaners are the only things needed to make these sweet flowers – there’s no gluing or painting, so it’s the perfect mess-free activity for crafty kids.