It might not look much now, but once the daffodils come up it will look lovely!
- A basket (I bought one very cheaply from a charity shop)
- A charity collection bag (they come through the door all the time - if you don't have one, a large plastic bag will work)
- A pair of scissors
- A couple of handfuls of stones
- Some soil
- A few daffodil bulbs
- A few handfuls of dried leaves (you can use bark chippings or stones if you don't have any leaves)
- Fold the charity bag up so that it fits into your basket.
- Put your stones in the bottom of the basket.
- Trim the edges of the charity bag so that fits nicely in the basket
- Place your daffodils on the stones
- Fill the remaining space with soil
- Chop up your dried leaves (I had saved some large leaves from a plant I no longer wanted and left them to dry out in my garage a while ago)
- Sprinkle liberally over the top of the soil
- Tie a pretty ribbon over your daffodil basket! If you don't have any ribbon, you could use string. You could also make your own by chopping strips of unwanted fabric or even strips of plastic packaging can make a nice ribbon!
This has been shared at Seasonal Celebration Wednesday and at Waste Not Want Not Wednesday.