Remember the summer days of your youth? Sitting in the cool grass under the shade of a big tree sharing a picnic lunch? After a bit you'd notice the tiny daisies growing about the same height as the grass and start gathering them to link together in a chain to wear around your head!
Here's a grown-up version with a playful nod to those days! Grab your Divine Twine and get ready to re-live your daisy-chain memories! Use any color you desire--maybe you'd rather be rolling in green clovers or violets?
You'll need a wire-bending jig (mine is a Fiskars brand), twine in color of choice, and some tacky glue to start. Dip a 12" strand of twine in the glue and squeeze out the excess between your pinched fingers. Lay the twine in the jig, following the pattern, push down on the twine anywhere it crosses itself and let dry (takes about 1/2 hour). Remove from the jig and trim off any excess dried glue, or roll the now-stiff twine between your fingers to sort of squish it back onto the twine.
I glued small shank-back buttons to the centers, and then used jump rings to connect the daisies together. Tie a ribbon on each end daisy, and let your picnic in the grass begin!