3. Center the blunt end of your Sticky Stick within a petal and gently crease the paper. Do this on all 5 petals for
both white flower shapes. I used my finger to make the crease as a bone folder would've made ittoo sharp. (See top left image.)
4. Clip tips off of the small orange flower shape with pinking shears. Fold the petals forward to cfreate "trumpet" effect.
5. Center a glue dot in the middle of the first white flower shape, add the second to it. Add the orange "trumpet." Now peel
off the paper of your Sticky Stick and center the flower on it. Press firmly. Your first flower is finished! Make a second with
the 2 large yellows and the small white. For the third flower, you will proceed in the same manner with the 2 large oranges and
2 medium yellows, layering them upon each other before adding the orange "trumpet" and Sticky Stick.
6. Push the stick of the orange daffodil into the center of the block. Push the yellow one into the block to the left of the orange and the
white one to the right.
VARIATIONS: This project lends itself to the classroom. Each child could make their own flower (without scoring the paper) and add it to the classroom "garden." Markers are perfect for coloring the Sticky Sticks to add a dash of green if desired.