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Make Your Own Daisy Chain Necklace

Summer is the time for picnics and long lazy afternoons hanging outside with friends. And while you’re lazing around in the park around the picnic basket, or in the backyard or you can fiddle with a few daisies or wildflowers and make yourself a special summer piece of jewelry. Daisy Chains are great to wear for the warm days or even into the cool summer nights. Of course they don’t last very long, but that’s part of their summer beauty. Back to Article

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supernaturalblackcat
supernaturalblackcat wrote:
2014-06-22 17:27:42 -0700

I want to make one into a crown for my dog

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KellerShadowhammer_2457659
KellerShadowhammer_2457659 wrote:
2013-05-11 19:01:10 -0700

its the best Big Grin

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daisy5504
daisy5504 wrote:
2013-02-20 17:15:50 -0800

very great I did it and turned out rightsmile

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PeaceLoveEmpathy27
PeaceLoveEmpathy27 wrote:
2012-12-25 22:12:19 -0800

i love making these

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evangeline bella
evangeline bella wrote:
2012-10-20 08:02:27 -0700

nice!!smile

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joycelyn2002
joycelyn2002 wrote:
2012-10-20 06:48:07 -0700

great!!!!!!!!!!!!

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fairysrock
fairysrock wrote:
2012-09-03 16:04:54 -0700

my mom made a some thing out of those out of those a couple summers when we rode a train fron st louise to washting mossiri

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Angel1356
Angel1356 wrote:
2012-09-02 18:03:33 -0700

never will

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deadmansonesluver
deadmansonesluver wrote:
2012-08-15 14:10:24 -0700

i didnt get any of it....lol

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kiki05
kiki05 wrote:
2012-08-08 17:39:02 -0700

how do you do that! cool

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Liza_girl
Liza_girl wrote:
2012-08-08 11:36:16 -0700

my mom showed me how to do them when I was 4 or 5!

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hellokittyfan8193
hellokittyfan8193 wrote:
2012-08-08 09:47:47 -0700

same i knew how to make daisy chains ages ago

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nazygirl
nazygirl wrote:
2012-07-29 06:54:03 -0700

wow
I think this would be a great present for my friend!

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jellybeansareyummy
jellybeansareyummy wrote:
2012-07-28 12:52:40 -0700

I knew how to make one when I was like 5... Frustrated

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membershipgirl
membershipgirl wrote:
2012-07-28 00:01:49 -0700

I knew how to make a daisy chain months ago

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fafie911
fafie911 wrote:
2012-07-27 11:38:59 -0700

Interesting I'm gonna try that for sure!!!

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daisydog21
daisydog21 wrote:
2012-07-25 20:09:50 -0700

smile

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daisydog21
daisydog21 wrote:
2012-07-25 20:09:18 -0700

that was very helpful and its so simple thanks alot i will try that

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stars in space
stars in space wrote:
2012-07-18 14:48:20 -0700

That's really cool! I'm going to try!
Stars in space

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