I just moved across the country from Minneapolis, MN to Tucson, AZ and I had to sell/give away all my craft and art supplies (and completed projects!). I think I will like it here, but it has been SOOO depressing so far. I am really struggling to adjust.
Anyway, my boyfriend brought me home some construction paper and I dug out some wire and floral tape and made these daffodils. They aren't the most spectacular thing I have ever turned out, but was MAJORLY therapeutic to throw myself into something for a few hours.
It is nice to see an item that I created in my home. These flowers remind me that it is only a matter of time before I will have a home that is personalized with my own style and creature comforts.
Thanks for looking!
Paper (even construction paper works, but the fancier the paper the nicer they look)
Floral Wire (Michael's and the Paper Source both carry this)
The picture below was suposed to be printable to scale, but it isn't posting properly. If you can enlarge it to 8 1/2" by 11" you can use the petal cut outs as templates.
My boyfriend meticulously created this for me. He is such a nerd, I heart him.
If this is still too confusing-I saw on the paper source website that they sell daffodil kits. I have used their other paper flower kits and they always come out great.