I thought I would create an easy springtime craft tutorial and came up with these felt daffodils. I love the bright yellow daffodils that are blooming everywhere now in New England. They are a sure sign that spring really is here, even if it was 32 degrees out this morning!
Make a few felt daffodils and you can have the first hopeful sign of spring on display all year round! These flowers come together fairly quickly. You should have a small bouquet in under an hour and with very few materials.
-scraps of felt in yellow, beige and dark green
-three lengths of floral wire
-green floral tape
-needle and thread for hand sewing
-needle nose pliers
-an awl or doll needle
First, download and print out this template I made for the flower shapes.
Now layer the two petal pieces off set from one another to make a six petaled daffodil.
Bend the stem a bit so that it looks the way real daffodil stems look.
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