How to Make a Flower Vase Mother's Day Card

Category Mother's Day
Using the tutorial for making paper flowers found on this site, or those of your own design, you can create this beautiful card for Mother's Day or any special occasion.


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This Mother's Day it would be nice if you can easily preserve the flowers that you receive. These pretty paper flowers create lasting memories more than a fresh one and you can display it for as long as you want.

Editor's Note: We received this project after Mother's Day, but want to share it anyway. This pretty card can also be crafted and given for any number of other occasions.

Follow this link Layered Paper Flowers for Katrine's tutorial for making your own beautiful flowers to use in this project and others.


  • paper flowers
  • thin stick
  • floral printed papers
  • cardboard
  • glue
  • scissors


  1. Cut a square out of a piece of cardboard. You can choose any shape you want.
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  3. Draw a pattern for the 3D flowervase. You can find 3d patterns around the internet.
  4. Cut out the pattern.
  5. Bend the lines or markings on your drawing.
  6. Cover the vase and the card with different paper designs.
  7. Now, trace the tails or tips of the vase onto the card.
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  9. Cut these markings to make holes.
  10. Insert the tips of the 3D vase into the holes.
  11. Take green printed paper and cut into strips.
  12. Roll each around a stick to make paper sticks. Cut them in different lengths.
  13. Insert them into the vase. Glue one tip as you insert them inside.
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  15. Glue paper flowers on the other end of each stick.
  16. Write a message on a tiny piece of paper and place into the vase of flowers.
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