Natural looking daffodil flowers can be made using duplex paper with just a little effort and in very less time too. So let’s get started…
Glimpse of the Result:
Materials Needed to make the flowers:
- Duplex paper in the color of your choice (you can alternatively use crepe paper)
- Floral Tape
- String (for Stem)
- Pair of scissors
How To make Duplex paper daffodil flowers:
I’ve used one sided yellow color duplex paper for this project. So to begin with, draw a three petal floral pattern outline on the back side of the paper.
Fold the paper in two and cut out along the outline drawn. You can alternatively use a suitable die if you have one.
Place one unit above the other and glue at the center as shown.
Take a piece of metal string and make a small loop at the corner. Wrap floral tape or green duplex paper around the string to get the stem ready.
Make a small hole at the center of the petals and insert the stem.
Take a small strip of paper and cut one side in a curvy fashion.
Roll the paper and glue the edges and bottom to form a curvy bell shaped structure.
Attach this to the center of the petals using glue.
Make leaves by cutting it out of duplex or crepe paper as shown below.
Make a hole at the center of the leaves and insert the stem – your daffodil flower is done.
Make a few more and in different colors if you want, arrange them neatly in a vase, and here we have a cute little vase with flowers to add charm to your room.
Now, question time… which is more prettier, the pot we painted yesterday or the flowers we’ve made today?!