How to make sweet-filled Easter daffodils with the kids

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How to make sweet-filled Easter daffodilsSimon Scarboro

Nothing says Easter like daffodils in bloom and plenty of chocolate!

Our craft team has come up with this cute daffodil craft idea for kids that doubles as a sweet Easter gift.

And it's so easy to make, thanks to the simple instructions and daffodil template. It's the perfect craft project to do with children over the Easter holidays. And of course, the result is delicious!

All you need to do is cut-out your daffodils, stick with glue and fill with mini eggs or your favourite sweets. Yum. If you're making the daffodils with children, be sure to supervise them while cutting out the daffodils – or cut them out in advance so that the little ones can get straight to sticking and eating!

Make your own paper daffodils now by following the instructions below. Just be sure to keep an eye on those eggs!

These daffodils will make a lovely decoration for your Easter table, or why use them as one of the treats for your Easter egg hunt?

You could even take the daffodil template and use it to make a lovely Easter card, or an Easter garland to string across your living room.

Just print off the template below and draw around it to create the perfect daffodil shape. Make it even easier by drawing the first daffodil onto tracing paper, which you can then use for all the others.

And if you get the Easter decorating bug, why not check out our guide to fabulous and easy craft ideas for your Easter egg hunt.

What you need to make treat-filled daffodils

  • Yellow cupcake cases

  • Medium-weight yellow card

  • Scissors

  • Pencil

  • Glue stick

  • Selection of small sweets

How to make your treat-filled daffodils

Daffodil template
  1. Using the template above, draw the petal shape onto pieces of yellow card. Cut out as many as you need.

  2. Glue a cupcake case to the centre of each set of petals.

  3. Fill with sweets and mini eggs.

Happy crafting!

Have you got crafty for Easter? Share your makes with us by tagging @primamag on Instagram!

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