Spring is a time for rebirth in nature, and it can also be a perfect opportunity to refresh your home decor. Displaying flowers is always gorgeous for the warmer months, and there is almost no other flower that is more classically spring than a daffodil. To celebrate the season we are making these stunning crepe paper double daffodils! Their doubled centers make them extra luscious, and because the petals are mostly white with just a soft hint of yellow, they match with any home decor scheme.
- Lia Griffith Extra-Fine Crepe Paper – Linen, Juniper
- Copic Art Marker – Cadmium Yellow
- 18-Gauge Green Paper Covered Wire
- Floral Tape — Fern
- Gather the tools and materials listed above.
- Print the PDF template below and cut your crepe pieces according to the pattern.
- Color the top edge of the rectangular pieces of crepe with yellow marker.
- Gently stretch the top edges of the rectangles and flower petals to create a ruffled look.
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If you are new to crafting with crepe, we always recommend watching our Crepe Paper 101 video for tips on cutting and stretching the crepe paper. Extra fine crepe is the perfect material to make soft looking daffodil petals, just like the real blooms. Instead of yellow crepe paper, we used a Copic marker in Cadmium Yellow to add yellow detailing to our white crepe. These daffodils are a great example of how well nice markers can blend into the paper, just like with crepe tulips.
Browse all of our crepe paper flower projects to explore the possibilities of our favorite papercrafting material. Take a look at our color selection if our paper shop if you want inspiration to design your own paper flowers. If you are just starting out with flower making and would rather have a video tutorial for in depth instructions, be sure to watch our double sided crepe paper anemones tutorial. Head to our membership page to start downloading, or follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for daily glimpses of what we’re up to. Happy Spring! ~ Lia & Team