These Coloring with Paper Daffodils are so fun to make. And they look great with patterned paper. Make one for a card front or scrapbook page embellishment.
The black paper that I cut the outlines from is linked in the materials list.
Cut out the various pieces from paper scraps in your scrap bin. Just fill them in however you want. Patterned paper also looks good on these flowers.
Cutting the Coloring with Paper Daffodils
Cut the outline from black cardstock. Do not make the file any smaller than 5 inches across or the black lines get too thin. This makes the flower a good size for cards and scrapbook pages. Cut out the various pieces from paper scraps in your scrap bin. You can combine multiple colors on one mat.
Watch my video on cutting different colors on the same mat.
First, stick the outline to the contact paper and re-cover it with the protective backing paper. Make sure to place the outline right side up. If you reverse the outline you will need to reverse the paper and with patterned paper this won’t work.
Start placing the various pieces on the daffodils with the tweezers.
DO NOT TOUCH THE STICKY SHEET WITH YOUR FINGERS
When all the open spaces are filled, check to make sure all the paper is secure. Press the protective sheet over everything and press sorta hard. Anything that seems loose, glue down with the liquid glue and let dry for at least 30 minutes.
Finally, with scissors cut around the outside leaving as much of the outside black line as you can.
Use the Coloring with Paper daffodils as you like.