Spring is here (or near) and the daisies are blooming!
Nothing says "childhood" like an inviting patch of green clovers, and delicate white flowers.
The next time you come across these sweet signs of spring, try this simple craft.
First, pick a batch of flowers, trying to select the ones with long stems.
For the next step, I used a pocket knife, but your fingernail can work just as well.
Cut a small slit in the end of one of the stems. Be careful that it doesn't go all the way to the edge.
Next, thread the end of another flower through the hole you've just created. This should feel like threading a needle.
Then, gently pull one stem through the other, until the flower itself stops it from going any farther.
|How to make a flower necklace|
After that, repeat the process over again, making a hole in the stem of the most recently added flower. Continue to do this until you have reached your desired length.
Soon you should have a chain of flowers!
Also, after making these sweet chains, you may want to enjoy the classic book Daisy-Head Mayzie
By Dr Seuss
|Daisy Head Mayzie|
Thanks for stopping by, and happy crafting!
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