Updated: Feb 7
What you'll need:
Coloured paper for the flower centres & linking chains (we used yellow & green)
A4 white paper (copy paper is fine)
Pencil & ruler
Glue (either a glue stick or PVA will do)
Using the yellow card and pencil, draw around a circular lid (approx 3 cm diameter) 20 times. This will make 10 daisy centres. You should find lots of suitable lids around your home for this - try glue stick lids, smoothie lids or even egg cups.
When you've drawn them, carefully cut them out.
Using the white paper, ruler and pencil, draw a line every 1cm on the shorter side of the paper. Carefully cut into strips.
When you've cut your white strips, move on to green and cut some of these.
Fold the white strips in half. For each strip put a blob of glue either side of the middle fold and bring each end into the middle and glue in place. Each strip should now look a bit like a bow or glasses without arms! These are the petals.
Putting a dab of glue in the middle of the petals, stick to one of the yellow circles. Use 4 petal pieces for each daisy. Once you've glued the petals on, glue a second yellow circle and sandwich the petals in between both yellow circles. Now you have a finished daisy! Make all the other daisies.
Finally, using the green strips of card, fold these in half and cut to make two shorter strips. Loop through a petal on two daisies and glue the ends of the green strip together to make a circle loop. Keep going to make a chain of daisies to hang up.
If you don't have yellow and green card hunt for colourful pieces of flat colour in the recycling bin or in magazines.