How to Make a Honeycomb Strawberry
Use our free patterns to transform small honeycomb paper balls into cute three-dimensional strawberries that will always stay fresh.
Love strawberries? Now you can always have a basket on your table with this simple DIY craft using honeycomb balls. We'd also love these strawberries strung on a garland for a summer party. Use our free template to have these strawberries done in just two easy steps.
What You Need
- 2"-diameter honeycomb ball: red
- Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
- Cardstock: green
- Download our Free Pattern
Before you start this craft, download our free template. Then, just follow these easy instructions!
Step 1: Print, Trace, Cut
Download and print our free template. Cut out the patterns, then trace the onto the paper backing of the unopened honeycomb ball. Cut out along the lines to create a strawberry shape.
Step 2: Glue and Display
Open the strawberry and hot-glue paper backings together to stay open. Trace the pattern for the strawberry top onto green cardstock, cut out and hot-glue to the top of the strawberry. Step and repeat until you have a whole bushel.