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Daisy Chain

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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On a sunny day it's lovely to sit outside at a park and make a daisy chain. A small one makes a dainty bracelet or make a longer chain for a necklace.



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Time:10 minutes
Age: 5-10's
Level: Medium

Materials
Daisies
Nimble fingers

Method
Pick lots of daisies.
Try to pick ones with as long stems as possible.
Pierce a hole with your finger nail in the stem of the first daisy towards the non flower end.
Thread a second daisy stem through the hole.



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Pierce a hole in the stem of the second daisy just as you did with the first.
Thread a third daisy through.
Repeat until the chain is as long as you'd like it.
To finish, you can gently tie the two ends together or create a finale hole to pass the first daisy through.



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Categories
#5 to 10s
#Medium
#Nature
#Flowers
#Natural Materials
#Cheap
#Bracelet
#Necklace
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