I’ll show you how I made daffodils from corrugated paper and where they were applied.
I am absolutely not special in this matter and the masters who work with corrugated paper will better tell and show. But since I still did, I took some moments and I want to share them with you.
For the work we need:
– Corrugated or crepe paper;
– hot melt glue;
– tape tape;
– stamens for artificial flowers;
– scissors, ruler.
Stamens do not have to buy ready, you can do it yourself.
First we coat the threads with PVA glue so that after drying they will become durable. Or you can use a fishing line.
Cut to a length of about 3 cm. Dunk tip in the PVA, then semolina.
Three stamens glue to the wire.
For the middle of a daffodil, cut a 2×2.5 cm rectangle out of orange corrugated paper.
I did not have an orange, so I painted yellow. Pencils lighter turns, colors came out more brightly.
Stretch the upper part of the rectangle, do not touch the bottom.
We glue around the wire with stamens, forming a bell like this.
For petals, cut a rectangle with a length of 7×1.5 cm.
Cut it in half and cut it to form a petal.
In the middle of the petal we stretch the paper, bend it at the base.
Glue on 6 petals around the middle.
You can make unblown daffodils. They do not need stamens and middle. Around the wire glue a few petals, forming a bud.
Wire wrapped tap tape.
If necessary, you can add green leaves.
Ready flowers can be used to compile various compositions.
I estimate variants of the future wreath …
This wreath with daffodils was completely different, but birch twigs were needed for the foundation.
Since the daffodils have done a lot, I had to do from what is.
I wanted to dilute the flower arrangement with other colors, but I didn’t have enough time and effort for others.
They did a newspaper on Victory Day with the students, and there was a place for daffodils here
Here is a narcissistic boom!
Thanks for attention!