Daisy Flower Bracelet
We have lots of parties at our house. Tea parties, birthday parties for favorite friends (like White Bunny or Mama Cat), 'adoption day' parties... whatever Maddie comes up with. Often times that means making lots of party hats and new jewelry.
How We Did It
The first thing to do is to choose the colors of your string and beads. We use a lot of pink around here! Plastic lacing works really well for this project, as they're sturdy and easy for little hands to handle.
About 4" or 5" away from one edge of the lace, tie a knot big enough to keep beads from passing through. String six beads onto the other end of the string.
When you have six beads, loop it so that your beads form a small circle.
Take the end of the string (the one you've been lacing beads through) and run it through the first bead--the bead closest to the knot.
Pull your circle of beads small again (but not overly tight), and then place your 'middle' bead onto the string.
Center the center bead...
...and then run the string through the 'fourth' bead, to complete the daisy.
Tie a knot on the outside of the fourth bead to secure it.
You can now leave a space and then another knot for more beads, or string them up next to the flower, or even start on another daisy!
Certainly these are simple and pretty enough for every favorite friend!