Corrugated paper daffodil bouquet

This stunning bouquet will be a wonderful gift for friends and acquaintances. This bouquet is good uplifting not only with a holiday, but also on a weekday. In addition, this bouquet will last much longer than fresh flowers.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
For work we will need: - corrugated paper. - threads.- scissors. - glue gun. - wire. - cotton wool. - wrapping paper. - tweezers. To make a narcissus, we will need corrugated paper of three colors: white, yellow, green. Getting started with white paper. From it we will have petals. We cut the strips along the fibers with a width of 1 cm. We cut this strip into rectangles with a size of 1x6 cm. This will be one petal. For the narcissus, we will need 6 petals.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Take our harvesting and cut off the edges soto get such a petal. To do this, we will need to cut corners in the upper part of the petal so that an oval pointed petal is obtained. And from below, we cut off a little of the edge, but we leave it exactly.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Let's start making the middle of a flower. To do this, take the yellow paper. We cut a 10x10 cm square. We’ll do all the action with corrugated paper along the fibers.
 bouquet of daffodils from crepe paper
This square in the top we bend 1 cm along the entire length. This fold will be inside the flower.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Using tweezers, we stretch the edges of the square on the fold. We do so to get a wavy edge.
 bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
In the middle of the square we make a depression with our fingers.The most important thing is to bend and deepen on one side.
 bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Take vatu and tear off a piece. We roll it into a ball. This will be the middle of the flower. Instead of wool, you can take a foil or a round candy.
 bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Put our ball in the groove in the square. Gradually and gently roll into a tube. This will be the middle of our flower.
 bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
 a bouquet of daffodils from crepe paper
With the help of niton we connect the bottom of the tube so that the tail remains below, and the top has a wavy edge. Carefully straighten its edges. And where vata ends, with fingers we press a wavy edge. Squeeze between wadding and the edge.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
The time has come for the petals. We take the petal and stretch only its edges, without affecting the middle. When we have processed the entire top, we proceed to the lower part. We slightly stretch it as we did we will attach to the base, that is, to the middle. We process in this way all the petals for our flower.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper

Take the first petal and tethers Let us tie it to the middle with the help of threads. We bind everything tightly so as not to untie it. We will tie each petal separately.
 bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Similarly, we bind all the other petals, in order.
 bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
bouquet daffodils from corrugated paper
 bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper When all the petals are tied, then we straighten each petal. We also fix the middle of the flower. Our flower is almost ready.
 bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
The time has come for leaves and green corrugated paper. Cut a 0.5x10 cm strip. This will be a blank for a leaf.
bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Making a narrow long and pointed sheet. To do this, cut the slices from the workpiece.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Tying a leaf to the flower itself. The flower itself is ready.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Here we have prepared all the flowers needed for a bouquet.We have 9 of them.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
It only remains to make the stems to our colors. To do this, take the green paper and cut off a strip of 1x10 cm in size, cut it across the fibers. Stretch it all the way. We take the wire and glue the gun to glue it to the flower. We begin to wind the stem. Bend the wire so that the flower is bent slightly down.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Wrap all wire with paper. We have such a flower with a stem. We do all the other flowers in the same way.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Take wrapping paper and cut off a strip of 50x100 cm.
a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
We fold the front edges so that we have a triangle. This will be the packaging for our bouquet.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
We start to collect a bouquet.Arrange the flowers so that it was beautiful. So that the bouquet does not crumble, glue it over with a strip of paper.
 a bouquet of daffodils of corrugated paper
Cut off a strip of wrapping paper for decoration.
a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
We wrap a bouquet with our triangle so that the folded corners are outside. We squeeze the paper on the stem of the bouquet and tie it with threads. The last stroke was left, we tie the string with the prepared strip for decoration. We tie on the knot and make a bow on top. All our bouquet is ready.
 a bouquet of daffodils from corrugated paper
Good luck to all.

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