Need an adorable centerpiece that doesn't take too long to make and won't bust your party budget? The new Daisy Punch from Stampin' Up is coming to the rescue! Forgo the fresh stuff and leave your watering worries behind. These cute paper daisy centerpieces come in any color and number you need!
To begin, you'll need to gather:
- Daisy Punch
- Cardstock or sturdy patterned paper
- Faceted Gems for centers
- fine-gauge floral stem wire
- hot glue gun & glue sticks
- wire snips or scissors you can cut thin wire with
- your container (milk jug, mason jar, tin pail, glass vase, old boot, etc)
- fresh or dried baby's breath for filler
I used some cute coral punched-tin votive candle holders that I found at JoAnn Fabrics for a buck. If your container has a wide mouth, you may want to use paper shred or floral foam to help your flowers stand up where you want them.
Plug in your glue gun and let's start! These are so easy and addictive to make. You'll find yourself looking at everything as a potential container for one of these cute bouquets!
PLANNING AHEAD: Punch out three daisy punches for every daisy you plan to make. You can get 12 punches from one sheet of 8.5x11 cardstock, so you'll need one sheet for every four daisies you need.
My first daisy bouquets were for a bridal shower this past weekend. I also made favors to match the fun coral, navy and robin's egg blue color scheme. Sweet and springy!
Thanks so much for walking through this tutorial with me today! I hope you'll pin it for ideas for next time you host a shower, or even just to remember to make yourself a pretty bunch of daisies for a centerpiece.
PLEASE NOTE: the Daisy Punch is currently on backorder due to extreme popularity! I will let you know as soon as it comes back into stock. Should be around June 26th. I can't wait to share even more fun ideas for it.