Any Beginner Can Make This Amazing Paper Flower
Have you always loved the way paper flowers can look when someone else makes them but are not too sure if you can do the same? Paper flower daffodils may be the answer and a way for you to get started on making many paper flowers in the future.
With this paper daffodil template, a Cricut machine or a pair of scissors and other assorted supplies, you can take your flower making to the next level without an issue.
This project is very beginner-friendly and those who are experienced, can take this pattern and add their own flair.
If you don’t have easy access to crepe-paper, you can use tissue paper for this make. I prefer to use a softer material so it can be easily bent into place, but you can use anything you wish.
You will also find the template already to go in my resource library (asset #323)
Here’s what you need to make your DIY Paper Flower Daffodil. This post does contain some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)! Read my full disclosure policy.
Daffodil Step-by-Step Guide
Step Two - Design Space Adjustments
When you are in Design Space, you will need to ungroup the entire file so you can make the changes.
Change the color of all pieces to one color - dark green is good.
Duplicate the leaves so you have two small leave and two large leaves.
Duplicate the petal piece to have 10 petals.
Save your file and Click on Make It
Step Three - Adjusting the pieces on Your Mat
Because all the pieces were colored the same, they will all be lined up on the same mat. You will want to separate the petals and the trumpet into one area and the leaves and calyx into another area on the mat.
I suggest you place all the petals at the top with the trumpet and all the leaves and calyx at the bottom. We are doing this so you can cut out two different colors of the same material from the one mat.
Step Five- Assembly
First you will be gluing the trumpet together so that it makes a cylinder.
Take your stem and place it just inside the trumpet, then squeeze the bottom of the trumpet so that it is tight against your stem. Now tape it in place.
Next, place the petals all around the outside of the trumpet and tape them in place.
The calyx goes on next.
Finally, add the leaves to the stem by using your floral tape.
Tape everything firmly in place to make your daffodil.
Paper flowers can be so real and yet so artistic at the same time. There is nothing like flowers made from crepe or tissue paper! This daffodil is so easy to make and the stem you use will make a difference in how bendable your make will be. If you love crepe-paper, then this make will put you in your happy place. The paper daffodil pattern for this is a popular download, please take time and download yours.
I look forward to seeing what you will make.
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