Ferdinand the Bull Flower

Love Ferdinand’s sweet nature? Are you as flower-crazy as he is? Make this simple Ferdinand the Bull Flower that you can enjoy year-round!

Earlier this week, my family and I were guests at an advance screening of Ferdinand. A sweet story about a bull with a loving nature. He doesn’t want to fight, he wants to enjoy life and smell the flowers. Which is great for a small calf. But becomes more difficult as Ferdinand grows to his full size. I won’t spoil the story for you, but I will tell you that my entire family enjoyed the movie – filled with sweet moments and comic jabs. I think your family will enjoy it too!

Ferdinand the Bull Flower


You’ll need:
Tissue paper
Floral Wire
Floral Tape

Using 8-10 layers, cut a square and a rectangle.

cut pieces

Fold the square in half, and then into thirds.

fold into thirds

Cut into an arc.

cut arc

Cut notches into the arc.

notch edge

Fold the rectangle in half. Cut into a wedge. Fringe the edge.

cut fringe

Fold wire in half, slip onto curve of fringed rectangle.

slip on wire

slip on flower pieces one at a time. Crinkle them a little as you do.

flower pieces

Wrap stem with floral wire.

wrap stem

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