Wednesday, April 13

The Daisy Experiment

My first experiment with making daisies started with a 3/8 inch flower punch. I whipped these up in no time. (Two hours)

They didn't look like daisies to me. So I decided to take a different approach. I hand cut some petals and glued them one by one to the center. The outcome is a really strange looking "flower" that is too big to be a daisy.

This morning I remembered the "leftovers" that Casey sent to me a long time ago. She sent me lots of little flower parts. Some of them are daisy petals! :D


If you poke the photo you can see the lovely little quilled zinnias that Casey made.

I tried again to make a daisy using Casey's petals. I didn't use my magnifier lamp and wasn't wearing my contacts, just my reading glasses. When I finished my flower I realized that the petals were pink and not white! Well, most of them are pink. Somehow some white ones got in there too. LOL


I definitely need more practice! So, the daisy experiment will continue. Thanks Casey for sending me all the right parts. I hope I can make some proper daisies with them!?

Hope you have a beautiful day!

6 comments:

Steinworks said...

I think the ones in the first photo look good but I understand what you're saying. keep going you'll get there.

Marisa :)

Julianna said...

I think the flowers looks great.

Kim said...

what if you did a double layer of the ones in the first photo- you know with the bottom layer offset a bit so you had more petals? I think they all look great and after popping up the picture bigger I really want to try making those zinnias! How smart of Casey! I think all of your attempts look nice Kathi :)

Caseymini said...

Kathi, I was just going to suggest the same thing that Kim did, but she beat me to it!LOL Kim, if you read this, there is a tutorial for the zennias somewhere in the plants section on my blog.

Cheryl said...

LoL Kathi. They all turned out really well especially since you did not have your contacts in.

minimami said...

Making flowers is adictive, isn´t it! Beautiful!