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Happy Daisy Screw-in Ornament

Decorate your Ella Coats, your shoes, or other hand-made and ready-made goods with these lovely little daisies!


These happy little daisy ornaments dress up most anything: the front of your jacket, the sleeves of your Ella Coat, the front of your little purses, as a fun little surprise at the top of a large tote, and as an ornament for your felted or straw hat. 

These fun daisies, available now in five colors, is easy to apply because it has a screw-in application. Plant one or add a whole garden to your wardrobe!


Happy Daisy Dimensions

1" (2.54cm) across

1/4" (.64cm) deep from daisy top to screw-back

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