How to Make DIY Paper Daises\\nCreate your own wedding centerpiece with a lamp and paper flowers\\n- White paper for flowers (Try: Echizen Washi Kozo & Sulphite paper from Thailand, style number M32 Gira-Ume, 80 grams. Each 31\\" x 43\\" sheet will make approximately 40 daisies.)\\n\\n- Yellow paper for daisy centers (Try: Cranford Paper from the UK in Dresden Yellow, 150 grams. Each 20 ½\\" x 30 ½\\"; each sheet will make approximately 40 centers).\\n\\n- Glue dots (Try: save-on-crafts.com. Note: Dots can be easily removed from lamps without damaging shades which is important if you’re renting lamps).\\n\\n- A slotted quilling tool to help with rolling the yellow centers (Try: quilledcreations.com; $4).\\n\\n- A white lamp (Try: Water Mill Party; watermillparty.com).\\n\\n- Scissors & Ruler\\n\\n*Note: All supplies were purchased at New York Central Art Supply, nycentralartsupply.com. For best results, if paper is purchased elsewhere, be sure they are the same weight as those used here.*\\n__Step 1:__ Cut white paper into disks, or circles, with a 3-inch diameter. Then cut eight 1-inch slits around the perimeter of the circle. You will have made eight \\"petals.\\"\\n__Step 2:__ Pinch, or fold, each petal in half lengthwise.\\n\\n__Step 3:__ Cut yellow paper into 1/8\\" x 12\\" strips. Using the quilling tool, roll the strip on itself until you have a small circle, then glue at the end.\\n__Step 4:__ Glue two daisy disks together and top with a scrolled paper center.\\n\\n__Step 5:__ Glue finished disks to lamp around top and bottom borders and in center.