Wild daisies are quite common and easy to find in meadows, at the edge of woods, in the park and even in your own backyard.
If you find a nice supply of small daisies that no one will mind you picking, then you can quickly and easily make daisy chains for yourself and your family.
You Will Need:
lots of small daisies with stems
small, sturdy twig (or use your fingernail)
Push the tip of the stick through the stem of the first daisy or simply split the stem a little bit with your fingernail.
You want to create a hole in the stem just large enough to thread another stem through it.
Take another daisy and thread the end of its stem through the hole in the first daisy until you reach the head of the second flower.
Make another hole in the stem of the second daisy and add a third flower.
Continue adding daisies until your flower garland is as long as you want it to be.
You can connect the ends to make daisy chain bracelets or necklaces for yourself, your friends, or your family.
Did You Know:
…that Alice in Wonderland was thinking about picking daisies to make a daisy chain before the White Rabbit ran by, beginning all of her adventures?