DIY Paper Daisy Backdrop

Step by step instructions from the queen of crafting flowers and rainbows!
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We had Brittany from TheHouseThatLarsBuilt.com on the Today's Mama podcast.

As she is the queen of crafting rainbows and flowers we asked her to share one of her favorite paper flower tutorials so we could share with you!

You can find a step by step instructions HERE!

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