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I was strolling through Michaels and suddenly decided I needed all the items to make a DIY Daisy Wreath!？I’；m usually not a silk artificial flower kind of gal， but there was just something about those daisies.
I figured I could just slide the daisy stalks into a grapevine wreath to keep it simple and quick. I like simple and quick…； like my DIY Distressed Gold Leaf Terracotta Pots， if something takes too long， I’；ll lose interest. How hard could a daisy wreath be， right？accent pillow case baby
I like itpersonalised mothers day gifts， especially when it’；s as simple as I predicted. Unlike my DIY Indian Corn Wreath I made for my Fall Porch…； that ended up causing me a few headaches. I like throwing together a new wreath for my front porch and I knew a daisy wreath would look fantastic with my door!
So， there I was at Michaels looking at all the artificial flowers. Grabbing this， grabbing that…； boy those buckets of flowers are pokey.
I find my daisies， the grapevine wreath and？was excited to get home to make my DIY Daisy Wreath…； but I was at Michaels， which requires a walk down every aisle just to make sure you don’；t need anything else. ？？
I’；m happily pushing my cart and felt something on my finger…； I casually look down and my whole hand and finger are covered in blood. The coupon I was carrying…； that someone handed to me as I walked in， was covered in blood， but dang…； I was still using it. (in hindsight， I’；m sure I could have used my phone app coupons too! DOH!) Luckily， I am the safety mom with about 1000 bandaids in my purse. So I ducked into the restroom， washed up and applied a bandaid…；？and went back to shopping. I looked my daisies over to make sure I didn’；t ruin them and they were fine! Whew!
While checking out， I told the girl I had cut my finger on the silk flowers and my coupon was a bit ruined…； she looked horrified， thinking I was going to make her touch the coupon or sue them…；. then quickly handed me the waste basket. She ended up giving me a better deal with some coupon code she had! YAY!
So be careful？the next time you get excited in Michael’；s.
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If I get sick of it， I can just pull all the daisies out and make a different wreath!
I was right! It looks better than fantastic against my red door! Now that mine is done， I found that my friend Ann from On Sutton Place has a fantastic Easy Daisy Wreath tutorial. We both basically used the same method， but I like her daisies better， they have more greenery.
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