It is very easy to create a little 3D bouquet of flowers with tatting. Here, the leaves are worked in inverted tatting. Some of the flowers are just different sized individual rings, with masses of long picots, (double picots look very good), piled one on top of each other. Others are made of a cluster of josephine rings worked with the bases close together.
The daffodils are easy too. The base starts with a centre ring with something round it. Then the trumpet, which can be in a different colour, is made of concentric chains joined in to the centre of the base. By varying the number of stitches in the chains on each round it is possible to alter the shape of the trumpet as it grows. It doesn't matter whether you start with the base or the trumpet provided you work the centre ring, which is common to both, on whichever piece you start with. Alternatively, you could work both parts with central rings and put them together afterwards but that may be a bit clumsy in thicker threads.
This is the pattern I worked out for my daffodils, but a lot depends on the thickness of the thread used and on the tatter's tension, especially when it comes to the trumpet. This is a case for experimentation to see what looks best for you!