Introduction: How to Make a Super Simple Daisy(or Other Flower) Chain
With spring approaching fast, daisies and various flowers are popping up everywhere, and what better way to use the lovely little beauties than to easily make a lovely chain. It's not a big deal, just a little piece of knowledge to sit in the back of your mind, waiting for a sunny, peaceful day sitting in a park or forest or field looking for something to make.
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Step 1: Pick Your Poison!
Gather a group of people who want a daisy chain. Wander, chat, and slowly gather your flowers... Don't worry too much about how long the stalks are, about 2 or 3 inches, if you must have a number..
Step 2: Weave Your Chain...
Once you have a good amount of flowers, take one and use a fingernail (high-tech stuff, right?) to make a slit in the stem, near the flowerhead, then slide another flower through. Repeat.. Repeat.. Repeat...
Step 3: Finish 'er Off...
Now you have all your flowers in the chain, take the last one and make a good long slit and put the head of the first one through it .
Voila!You have a beautiful daisy chain.
Enjoy, play, and live happily ever after...
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