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Paper Daffodils

Paper Daffodils are lovely to make during the Spring and they are straight forward to make. You could use them as a gift for Mother’s Day, Birthdays or St David’s Day or you could add them to a card for any celebration.

Paper Daffodils
What do I need to make a Paper Daffodil?
  • Yellow card 
  • Lolly sticks 
  • Green pens or green paint
  • Yellow or white cup cake cases
  • A Glue Stick
  • Sticky Tape
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Rubber
Paper Daffodil materials
How do I make a Paper Daffodil?
  • Prepare your lolly stick by colouring it in green – either by colouring it with a pen or by painting it green. 
  • Let the lolly stick dry. 
  • With a pencil lightly draw a circle on the yellow card slightly smaller than the cupcake case base itself.
  • Now draw five daffodil shaped petals coming off the circle you have drawn.
  • Cut out the flower shape (see picture below).
Paper Daffodil
  • Rub out any pencil marks.
  • Stick the cupcake case in the middle of the flower petals.
  • Now attach the lolly stick to the back of the flower using a small piece of sticky tape.

You could make a collection of flowers to gift or you could stick the daffodils onto a piece of folded card and use them as decoration for a homemade card. 

Also, why not check out some other craft and recipe ideas on the blog; Flower Sun Catchers, Salt Dough Rainbows and Chocolate Heart Lollies.

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