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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Homemade Daffodils

 For Easter this year, we made homemade daffodils for gifts.
I am hoping our real daffodils will open in a few weeks.

I found this idea from Teri at White Sheep Farm

She does a great job explaining the how to do for this fun spring craft.

 I did not use a microwave to dry my flowers, I hand held each one and dried with a hair dryer. I could easily shape my daffodil this way.



 My boys helped me dye each flower.


I used hot glue to attach the flower to the stick.

My boys were very excited to bless grandma and their aunt with homemade daffodils.

Thank you to Teri, for a great spring time craft.

11 comments:

  1. Good for you guys! Those are so cute! And it's going to be a while before my real daffodils appear, that's for sure. :-)

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  2. These are so cute and a great stand in until the real things start to open!

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  3. These are so sweet! The kind of homemade gifts that mean so much to a grandma and auntie! I hope you have a wonderful Easter my dear.

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  4. How darling and homemade gifts are always the ones you remember the most. Great job! Janice

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  5. So charming! I can only imagine how thrilled the boys aunt and grandma were touched to be recipients! Also, love the Sioux City bottles :) I haven't had Birch Beer though!

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  6. Those are so adorable...what a fun craft to make for Easter.

    I bet the grandma's loved them.

    Jen

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  7. I love these as daffodils are one of my favorite flowers! What a great homemade gift!!

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  8. How very pretty and what a welcome gift for grandma and aunt!

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  9. Carla
    You and the boys did so well they look real!
    I should do this....

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High Fives from Wisconsin!

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