Step 5: Glue A Center Onto The Daisy

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 shown and it's a simple matter to round off the dowel first by sanding, then cut to about 1/8 inch with a cut off saw.
patdoll2 years ago
These are really good looking and fun to use I am sure.Y really have made my year,because my Mothers name was Daisy she passed in Janrthday was Sept 12. this is so fitting I can not wait to get started! THANKS A MILLION! Patdoll
Creativeman (author)  patdoll2 years ago
Thanks for your nice note and you are welcome!
WhyHello4 years ago
I need to have a journal of all this stuff
Calorie4 years ago
Well done. There are some really practical points that would of tortured me indefinitely, like keep the petals the same length.
Very creative! Congrats!
mslaynie4 years ago
WOW!! You totally fooled me. I spotted the yellow one at the bottom of the photo, but the blue and lavender ones totally looked real to me. Great job... now I want to make some!!
kittywitty5 years ago
Very beautiful. Shared it with my fb community. 
2turtles5 years ago
 Cman, you are amazing! Thankyou for this instructable:)
Creativeman (author)  2turtles5 years ago
You're welcome. Cman
Sunbanks5 years ago
I love daisies, but since we don't have them in winter this is an amazing alternative! Great ible, they look really real! 
Creativeman (author)  Sunbanks5 years ago
Thanks, Sunbanks. Cman
ChrysN5 years ago
How pretty!
Creativeman (author)  ChrysN5 years ago
Thanks Chrys. Cman
Ninzerbean5 years ago
 You are amazing!
Creativeman (author)  Ninzerbean5 years ago
Thank you dear...that's one in a row! Cman