She used to make them as a child and now Ella can say she did too.
1. Find a field of wild flowers and ask a child to pick the flowers, leaving the stems long.
2. Using your nail, slice the stem down the middle about 1/2 inch.
3. Pull the slits apart, forming a hole.
4. Get a new flower, pull it through hole
5. Pull taunt. Not enough to break the chain, of course.
6. Repeat steps until you have the desired length for a necklace, crown, or bracelet.
7. Admire your creation, then flolic in the fields.
Did you make wild flower necklaces as a child? I didn't, but I plan on making up for lost time this summer.