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Daisy Flower Pot

Updated December 07, 2018

These daisies are blooming out of this decorative flower pot. It's covered in liquid beads and ribbon. Brighten up your home with this great flower pot. It's quick and easy and will last a long time.


  • Liquid Beadz
    • BE01C - Gold
    • BE03C - Red
    • BE04C - Pink
    • BE05C - Purple
    • BE06C - Green
    • BE07C - Royal Blue
    • BE39C - Kiwi
  • Fashion Beadz 3-D Stencils
    • SB02 - Squiggles & Doodles
  • Palette Knife
    • DT02 - Palette Knife


  • Paper towels
  • Hair dryer with low setting
  • Toothpicks
  • Wired ribbon
  • Old towel
  • Scissors
  • Silk daisies in flower pot




  1. Use palette knife and toothpick to scoop and place Kiwi Beadz onto centers of daisies. (Set Beadz with hair dryer on low setting as you work.)
  2. Place flower pot on its side on top of folded towel to do beading. Use swirl stencil in random placement around flower pot.
  3. Place Beadz of desired colors into open stencil areas using palette knife and toothpick. Use back of palette knife to spread Beadz.
  4. Set Beadz with hair dryer and allow to dry before rotating pot and moving onto next stenciled area. Repeat step 3 around flower pot. (After each use, clean stencil with soap and water and pat dry with paper towel.)
  5. Cut 12" length of wired ribbon and tie into bow around flower stems.




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