I love to bring the color of spring indoors. Our local nursery had daffodils that were in bloom and a little past outdoor planting, for a steal. I purchased a few to create a spring centerpiece. The nursery pots are not the most attractive, so I dressed up the plastic pots with a little white tissue paper and Cherry Wood tape. Darling daffodils!
After the blooms retire I plan to plant them outside for blooms next year! Gotta love decor that keeps on giving.
Supplies for Cherry Wood tape Daffodil Skirts: Roll of Cherry Wood tape, white tissue paper, scissors and 4″ daffodil potted plants.
These are so easy to create. Measurements are for a 4″ pot.
1. Measure the diameter of the top of the pot. The diameter of our 4″ pots is 12″.
2. Cut Cherry wood tape to 12.5″. Note: add a 1/2″ to the diameter for a little overlap.
3. Cut a piece of tissue paper to 6″ x 24″. Fold in half lengthwise, 3″ x 24″.
4. Remove the adhesive liner from the back of the tape. Slowly adhere the folded end of the tissue paper to the bottom 1/4″ of the tape. Carefully fold and gather as you go.
5. Cut off any excess tissue paper and adhere the tape to the lip of the pot. The 1/2 inch of extra wood tape should allow for a little overlap.
6. Trim the bottom of the tissue paper skirt if needed.