Paper Daisy Flower Crown
Did you ever make daisy chains growing up? Inspired by vintage millinery flowers, this paper crown is a super simple way to make a longer lasting version that will last for weeks on end.
Photography: Kathleen Ballos
Source: Martha Stewart
This idea comes from our friend Kathleen Ballos. This is a great craft to keep little ones (and grown-ups!) busy before Easter brunch is ready.
- White cardstock
- Yellow pom-poms
- Hot glue gun
Trace the printable daisy template onto white cardstock and cut out – you will need around twelve, depending on the size of your crown. (Tip: Speed this step up by using a paper cutting machine, if you have one.)
Hot glue yellow pom-poms to the centers of the flowers.
Apply a small dab of hot glue to the end of a petal and attach to another petal. Continue attaching the daisies in this way until it’s long enough to wrap around your head.