One of the best things about Spring, in my humble opinion, is the daffodils. I absolutely ADORE daffodils. They are, by far, one of my favorite blooms. There is a house nearby that has the most spectacular display of daffy's that I have ever seen. Since daffodils are, by far, one of my favorite blooms, I thought a daffodil bouquet craft would be fun.
Daffodil Bouquet Craft
To make this daffodil bouquet, you will need these.
DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint, 2-Ounce, Cadmium YellowBlue Hills Studio BHS10201 ColorStories 12 inches x 12 inches Paper Pack YellowGreen Striped Paper Straws (24 Pack)AmazonBasics Multipurpose Scissors – 3-PackLillian Rose 6.75-Inch Side Vase, Small1 X Brand New AQUA BLUE Tissue Paper 15
Daffodil Bouquet Craft Supplies
Yellow scrapbook paper (design optional)
Kcups, washed and dried
Mason jar lid
Tissue paper (I used aqua color)
Daffodil Bouquet Craft Directions
First, clean everything out of the kcups. Paint the inside and outside yellow and allow it to dry completely. Add a second coat if necessary.
While the paint is drying, use the jar lid to trace half circles onto the yellow paper, then cut them out to make petals. If using paper with a design, lay petals out alternating patterns like shown.
Squeeze hot glue onto the bottom of a kcup the place on top of the arranged petals.
Use hot glue again to attach a paper straw to the backside of the flower to create a stem.
Place tissue paper in small vase, then add several stems. Arrange them as desired.
If presenting as a gift, print this 4×6 card to present it with. Just right click on image to open in new window to save and print.
You're going to need more K Cups. LOL