Simple Daffodil Spring Wreath

The kids have been noticing lots of daffodils lately and my daughter seems to be quite taken with them.  On Friday when we were out she spent ages just walking through a small field of them.

daffodiles at Claremont gardens

So it was no big surprise when she asked if we could do a daffodil craft and as both kids are still on a slight paper plate painting craze – where their crazes come from I never know.

Painted paper plates

I thought we could use one of the painted paper plates and make a Daffodil Spring wreath.

We used the daffodil colouring page from Activity village but I reduced it in size (I printed 4 on a page) and we cut them out and the kids coloured them in.  The Daffodil colouring page is now included in the Activity Village membership deal.

activity village daffodiles used in a wreath activity

And my daughter could not resist the temptation to add tissue paper – I think she was trying to use it create some depth – something new which she is just started to play around with in her crafts.

Daffodiles with some tissue paper addedAnd finally on her painted paper plate.

Daffodile Spring wreathNot bad for a totally spur of the moment weekend daffodil craft.  And it has given me a new idea on how to use all of our green painted paper plates next week.


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Home educating family based in the UK. We try to make learning fun
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7 Responses to Simple Daffodil Spring Wreath

  1. Ailsa Turner says:

    This is such a great idea. Will definitely be having a go at this! Thank you for sharing!


  2. Alix says:

    Adorable and so Springy! Love it! ❤

    Liked by 1 person

  3. another mom says:

    well done children…an inspiration for everyone


  4. Camie says:

    Love the added tissue paper!

    Liked by 1 person

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