The range of templates on Creative Park means there are some suitable for little ones and also more complex templates for adults, meaning everyone can get involved. "There are so many projects available for so many different events and celebrations," says Hannah. "I love that some are quite simple and some are more complex. You could spend days crafting if you wanted to, but there are also easier templates, such as garlands, that are really simple."
Hannah chose to make 3D flowers, larger flowers from a string decoration, bees and an Easter set, including a basket and eggs. She also selected a rabbit template to go with the seasonal theme.
Papercraft flowers can brighten up your home whatever the season. A freshly picked bloom will bring colour into your home for a few days, but a freshly printed one will last much longer. You'll find a simple and bright single gerbera papercraft flower in Creative Park's Plants section along with many other flora varieties such as a tulip, a lily and a sunflower, so you could even have a go at crafting your own spring paper flower bouquet.
You can also personalise the templates, adding dots of paint to the eggs, for instance, or even adjusting the ears on the rabbit template before glueing them on to create a range of unique bunnies. Use the designs as a starting point and then let your imagination do the rest.
Once you've chosen your templates you can print directly from your smartphone using the Creative Park app.