How To: Paper Daffodils

Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #createYesterday was the first day of spring, and nothing says “springtime” quite like flowers! Today we’re going to show you how to make some beautiful paper daffodils to place in your home, on your desk at work, or to give as a gift!

First, use the recipe at the bottom of this post to cut all your Cricut® shapes. Once you have all of your shapes cut out, follow these instructions:Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Step 1: Cut leaves from the petals of the Fern flower.Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Step 2: Using a bone folder, score the center of each leaf to form a vein. Then slightly curl each leaf.Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Step 3: Using a hole punch, punch a hole in the center of each white shape.Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Step 4: Using Liquid Glass, attach the flap on the White Daisy shape to the backside of the next petal to form a cupped flower shape. Repeat for the remaining two White Daisy shapes.Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Step 5: Using the bone folder, gently curl the petals of each Canary flower so they curl slightly toward the center of the flower.Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Step 6: Attach the White Daisy flowers to the center of the Canary flowers using Liquid Glass.Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Step 7: Using the ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Sap Green marker, color the wooden skewers. Push the pointed end of a skewer up through the center of one flower so about ¾” of the skewer is showing through the center, and attach to the flower using Liquid Glass. Repeat for each flower.Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Step 8: Attach leaves to the skewers using Liquid Glass.Love flowers? Then you’ll love these paper daffodils. Step-by-step instructions are on the blog! #ctmh #closetomyheart #papercrafting #paperflowers #homedecor #springtime #create

Now you have a beautiful bouquet that will last all year long!

You can also embellish your vase a little bit. We chose to add a fun ribbon and a tag to ours.

We hope these flowers brighten your day and get you excited for springtime. Tell us in the comments below what your favorite flower is!

Recipe

Paper Daffodils
B1516 My Acrylix® Your Beautiful Self, 1385 White Daisy Cardstock, X5777 Fern Cardstock, X5772 Canary Cardstock, Z3189 White & Gold Ribbon, Z3132 Watercolor Paints, Z3188 Paintbrush Set, Z2463 ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Sap Green Marker, Z3170 Cricut® Artiste Collection, Skewers, Vase

Cricut® Shapes*:
Artiste
2 ¼” Accent 4 <1> (p. 31, cut 1, White Daisy)
11″ Shift+Accent2 <R> (p. 44, cut 1, Fern)
5″ Shift+Accent 3 <Z> (p. 61, cut 3, Canary)
2 ½” 3D Object <VIntnDay> (p. 72, cut 3, White Daisy)

*All Cricut® shapes should be cut using Real Dial Size.

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14 thoughts on “How To: Paper Daffodils

  1. Still hunting sticky boy! I see him on the vase in the last picture. I love how creative this project is! I made the center shape into a gift box for fall, but I never dreamed of this! Very exciting how you took my favorite cartridge and brought new ideas to it!

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  2. Daffodils are my favorite -but make me sneeze! THESE I can keep inside to enjoy. Wonder if my sticky boy will like to hide in them like yours? Thanks for sgatjng the instructions!

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