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As another in a series of paper flowers, (see www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Make-Paper-Roses/), this instructable depicts daisy type flowers. These are one of the easiest (and most fun) flowers to make. ...
As in making paper roses, all that is needed is colored papers, scissors, glue, stem wire, floral tape and other, minor, miscellaneous tools and materials.
I actually go out into the garden and collect specimen flowers to copy from. There is no better way to construct a flower than learning from the real ...
After dissecting the daisy and counting the number of petals, the petals are cut out of the paper of choice. I've found the easiest way to do this ...
A disc of about 3/4 inch is cut from paper. Use white or the same paper used in the petals. This will be covered by the petals, so ...
Several things can be used for the centers of the daisy, such as paper mache, styrofoam, wood buttons, buttons, wood dowels, etc. I used wood dowels for the centers ...
For the stem, I used 16 gauge floral wire, about 6 to 9 inches in length. On the end of the stem, hot glue a piece of paper as ...
Again, use true leaves as models, and cut several pieces, 5 or 7 per stem, to complete the flower and stem.
If several daisies are made, they can be an arrangement on their own. Also, the flowers can be used as filler flowers for other arrangements, as wanted.
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