My cousin Darlene, who is very creative and a big part of the Sipka Family Craft Exchange, made these adorable (can I emphasize “adorable” enough??) paper daffodils and sent one to me and a couple of the “Sipka” family crafters.
I put my fingers in the picture so you can see how small it is, and see the level of detail. The leaves, petals and stem are separate tiny pieces of paper, seemingly inked at the edges and then glued together in the daffodil shape. The pot is a sweet oragami structure, and crimped paper provides the “dirt.”
Omg, so cute.
I put it on my desk so I can stare at it all day throughout spring! 🙂
Wow Laurie, I am honored to be mentioned on you blog, thank you! I do have to give credit for this creation to Tonya Gibbs, the designer. Her tutorial is on you tube. I’m so happy everyone loves their daffodil!
Love that … and man, that is tiny! Great job!
Oh, I found it, Darlene! Here’s the tutorial, if anyone wants to try to make one: http://youtu.be/gwe8f9Gbuic
Thanks, Nikki! Are you crafty?