"A host, of golden daffodils/beside the lake, beneath the trees/fluttering and dancing in the breeze." We love daffodils as much as William Wordsworth did -- they herald spring's arrival. Here, budding bulbs bought from a local nursery are nestled into sake cups beneath beds of rocks. To turn them into take-home favors, use a rubber stamp to imprint planting instructions onto wooden posts. If you prefer dormant bulbs, buy them online in the fall. Bulbs, John Scheeper's. Large wooden sake cup (OMS -100), Buy4AsianLife.com. Wood-veneer paper, New York Central Art Supply, 800-950-6111. Rubber stamp, Stampworx.