They are there again, the daffodils in the park, in the gardens, along the side of the road, along lawns and even along the highway you can see them coming up here and there. What beautiful flowers are and they tell us: spring is approaching! Today we “celebrate” the reunion of daffodils with a very quick, small craft. With a yellow leaflet, 1 green straw and 1 yellow (or orange) straw, scissors and glue you already make 1 daffodil. But with a piece of 5 it's actually a bit more fun!
The inner part of the daffodil consists of pieces of straw, which the children themselves cut and glued into the heart of the flower. Do you want more to tinker? Then color white paper flowers with wax crayons, felt-tip pen or colored pencil.
Print out the sample or transfer it to yellow paper, e.g. a folding sheet. Cut out the flower and cut the petal.
Fold the petals inward, creating the heart where the pieces of the straw can be glued.
Generously lubricate glue in the heart and glue the pieces into it. Uneven pieces make it more fun!
Stick the green straw with an adhesive tape, on the back of the flower.