#oopsadaisyhop According to www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/ups-a-daisy.html
The form in which it is now most commonly spoken and spelled is 'oops-a-daisy'. The first known printed record of any form of the term is in Clough Robinson's The dialect of Leeds and its neighbourhood, 1862: Upsa daesy! a common ejaculation when a child, in play, is assisted in a spring-leap from the ground. Encouragement as some may call it. We as members of The YouTube art community proudly present our Oops-a-daisy videos as a stepping off point for you. After watching the video above, hop to the next artists’ video by clicking on the first link below. Watch each video & continue to click on the first link below the video. You will know you have viewed all of the videos when you return to the first video you viewed! Happy Hopping!
I decided to work with pieces of scrap papers from patterned paper to gelli prints and other scrap pieces to make them into layered embellishments that could be used on tags, cards or even in art journal pages. I really enjoyed doing this technique of layering bits of torn paper on top of each other to make these embellishmnets. Hope you enjoy the video... xox
and a still shot of the layered embellishment tags below: