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Positivity Daffodils inspired by Paul Cummins

Spring is a time of new beginnings.

Now, more than ever, we’re looking to the future, with the hope of brighter days ahead. In recent months, many of us will have seen children’s drawings of rainbows and you  may have made some yourself.

Now we’re encouraging you to put a daffodil in your window as a symbol of hope, new beginnings and Spring.

There are lots of ways you could do it; design and draw your own, or you could   print off one of the images below.


Paul Cummins MBE, the Derbyshire artist behind the   internationally acclaimed Tower of London Poppies Installation, has kindly designed a daffodil for the BBC which we can all download.

There are links to download and print below - one in full colour, the other a black and white outline version which can be coloured in. 


*   bbc-radio-wales-bw-for-colouring.pdf

*   bbc-radio-wales-daffodil-colour.pdf  


Let's spread a little hope and sunshine this Spring!smiley


Pencil and watercolour observational drawings

Mother's Day origami daffodils