A crafty house: Artist Emily Green's kid party
Artist Emily Green (not to be confused with L.A. at Home garden columnist Emily Green) shows how she crafts unusual daisy chains made from recycled materials and provides a peek into her colorful apartment.
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Artist Emily Green's kid party( Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times )
By Lisa Boone
Craft time at Emily Green's apartment involves daughter Daisy, Daisy's friends and a bucket of imagination. "We used to have Christmas/Hanukkah parties in my neighborhood," Green says, referring to her own childhood. "We made blue and white and red and green daisy chains and mixed them all up and decorated each other's homes." Green, pictured here at center, has revived the tradition in her own way, using recycled and unconventional materials to make daisy chains that wrap Ava Seefried, left, and Emma Mele.