Displaying Your Daffodil
Idea for how to display your papercraft daffodils
Display your papercraft daffodil in a vase or glass jar - making a few paper daffodils will make your display far more effective. I've made six daffodils here (you can just see a yellow one hiding on the left, at the back).
As you make more daffodils, you will naturally get quicker and the process will take much less time. Promise!
I used cardstock of different colours here - partly to try out different colours to see how it looked, and also to give my display a bit of variety, as if I'd picked different daffodil varieties from my garden.
The daffodils that look white are made from a cream cardstock (with very pale yellow coloured pencil) and I also made some from various tones of yellow cardstock. My favourites were the pale yellows (and cream) and I also thought it looked better with an orange trumpet rather than a yellow one, but if you love your daffodils all yellow, go for it!
Adding the leaves into your vase or jar gives your display a bit of bulk to help them to stand up better - if you're cutting lots of different daffodils, perhaps try and vary your greens too, to make them look more natural.
Jam jar with pretty cardstock daffodils
Brightening up a dark corner with these pretty Springtime daffodils
I hope you enjoyed your daffodil craft project - and I hope that you continue to enjoy your papercrafted daffodils in your home, too!