Easy Daffodil Spring Craft

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This Easy Daffodil Spring Craft is a fun way to celebrate the arrival of the new season! Using just a few common supplies, these daffodils are a quick craft to make any time you need some bright and colorful additions to your home or classroom. This beautiful craft could easily be made into a sweet Mother’s Day card, too! You and your kids are sure to love these cheerful springtime flowers!

*Pair with our Spring Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

This Easy Daffodil Spring Craft is a fun way to spruce up your bulletin board for spring or use it as a beautiful Mother's Day card!

Easy Daffodil Spring Craft

This activity is perfect for young crafters! They can work on developing important fine motor skills while using a glue stick and separating layers of cupcake liners. Plus, it’s easy to prep and the final product is so pretty. This is a simple project for introducing three-dimensional art, too!

Supplies Needed:

Grab some cupcake liners, blue and green cardstock, and a glue stick to make this simple spring craft.

How to Make this Easy Daffodil Spring Craft

To begin, invite the students to use a glue stick to attach the green paper stems to the blue background paper, leaving space in between for the flower tops.

Glue the green paper strips and large cupcake liners to the blue cardstock to create your flowers and stems.

After the stems are attached, students can open a yellow cupcake liner and use a glue stick to attach the cupcake liner to the tops of the stems.

Next, the students can use the glue stick to add a yellow mini cupcake liner to the center of each flower.

Attach the small cupcake liners to the middle of the large ones with glue and your spring craft is done!

Allow the glue to dry completely, and you’re done. You have a simple and beautiful craft your kids will be proud to show off!

One of our favorite books to read together after doing this craft is Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert – a great book to introduce young children to colors and flowers.

Extend the Activity

  • Use puffy “snow paint” to add fluffy three-dimensional clouds.
  • Create a daffodil garden display with a collection of these pictures on your classroom bulletin board for some added colorful cheer.
  • Plant some flower seeds together. Marigolds are easy for beginners to grow, and the seeds are quite affordable. If planted in paper cups, the sprouts may appear just in time for Mother’s Day.

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