These daffodil crafts are exactly what you need to brighten your day! With Daffodil Day coming up, these are perfect to play around with!
When 2020 dawned, few of us thought that we would be saying the word ‘Corona’ so much, but although we associate this word with a virus, we’d prefer to think about it’s association with something more beautiful – daffodils!
The central cone of a daffodil is called the Corona – hence the wordplay! It is one of the most identifiable parts of the flower, and part of what gives the bloom its iconic look.
And iconic it is – the daffodil is the national flower of Wales. It belongs to the family of the Narcissus and is said to represent hope and renewal. After the pandemic, that’s what we all have needed, and we hope these daffodil crafts will inspire you for the same! If you needed any more reason to make these daffodil crafts, we’ve got one – it’s Daffodil Day on 26th August, so time to get crafting!
Got paper? Then you’ve got everything you need to make these pretty daffodils from The Craft Train! They’ve also got a very helpful template you can download and use for making the blooms.
An egg carton may seem like an unlikely item to use for making daffodil crafts, but with this project you’ll find that it works beautifully! Gather your craft supplies and get to making this pretty little flower.
Messy Little Monster has got an adorable addition to this list of daffodil crafts, which would make a great gift for Mother’s Day or for Grandma! Put in a cute little photo in the middle and you’re all set to melt hearts!
Get those little hands to work with this fun project from Kids Craft Room! Turn handprints into the petals of the daffodil by using bright yellow color and you’ll have a cute little keepsake on your hands!
One thing that I love about this list of daffodil crafts is that you can make daffodils out of pretty much anything – paper, egg cartons, pipe cleaners and as Kids Activities Blog shows us, cupcake liners!
Did you know that you can use daffodils to decorate your door too? And it doesn’t matter if you can’t find real flowers; you can make paper ones and use them in a wreath like this one from There’s Good in Store!
If you’re looking for some professional-looking daffodil crafts, The House that Lars Built has a simple, elegant crepe paper daffodil that stands tall and stylish all by itself!
It’s hard to have a list of kids crafts, even daffodil crafts, without including a project with a paper plate! Kids Craft Room shows us how to include a paper plate and cupcake liner to make a simple, kid-friendly craft.
If you want to give your home a spring-theme makeover, try out this daffodil bunting from The Nurture Store. Since you make the blooms yourself, you can make the bunting as long or as short as you like.
Sometimes small won’t do, sometimes you just want to go king-size and that’s when you need this giant daffodil from The House that Lars Built! I’m not exactly sure what you’ll do with a huge flower, but I’m sure you’ll think of something!
This little project from Blue Bear Wood is a great use of pipe cleaners and is a good way to use up your stash of yellows, oranges and greens!
Easy Peasy and Fun keeps it clean and simple with this bright addition to our list of daffodil crafts. All you need is craft paper in different colors and you can use it to create your own bunch of daffodils.
If you want to show Mom how much you love her, there’s no gift that can match a bunch of flowers or something handmade. Well, thanks to Saved by Love Creations, you can now have both with this DIY paper daffodil bouquet.
When in doubt, scrunch! No, really, if you’re not sure about what to do about a certain part of your craft, just go ahead and scrunch some paper. It never fails to add some texture and interest, like in this daffodil craft from Mum in the Madhouse!
We love these daffodils from Gathered, and you’ll agree that they don’t look like they’re made of paper at all! Just the perfect project to wind up our list of daffodil crafts for kids.
Aren’t these daffodil crafts bright and colorful and perfect to perk you up? Colors have a great impact on our mood, so if you’re feeling a bit down, bring out the yellow and orange craft supplies and take your pick from these projects! Don’t forget to check out our flower crafts roundup for more floral inspiration!