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It's Craftastic: Floral Crown

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Floral wire

Wire cutters

Fresh flowers (daisies, button poms, greenery & berries work best)

  • Measure the wire around your head and now cut a piece of floral wire three times that length. Now form a crown out of cut wire.
  • Wrap the ends of the wire around the "wire crown" to secure them together.
  • Cut a long piece of floral wire and choose a sturdy, wood stemmed greenery to begin wrapping around the "wire crown" with your long piece of floral wire. This will create the base of your floral crown.
  • Cut 30, two inch pieces of floral wire then create tiny bouquets with your different types of flowers.
  • Use your two inch pieces of wire to secure your tiny bouquets.
  • Finally, begin attaching your tiny bouquets to your floral crown base using your two inch wire pieces.
  • Ta-da! Now rock your floral crown with flare!

Project designed by Shirin Zakerion.

Special thanks to Made: The Indie Emporium Shop www.facebook.com/shopatmade

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