This is a step-by-step how to for a DIY flower crown. This is an easy and affordable craft and it only takes a couple of hours to complete. You can use this flower crown tutorial for real flowers or fake flowers. Of course, artificial flowers will make the homemade flower crown so that you can use it over and over again. You may also chose different colored spray paints to match any theme or outfit.
DIY Flower Crown
Supplies for DIY Flower Crown:
- Faux roses
- Floral Wire
- Plastic spikes
- Pearl beads optional
- Gold spray paint
- Wire cutters
- Glue gun
How To Make A Flower Crown:
- Measure your head using the wire and cut two pieces using a wire cutter. Braid the wire together. This will give the crown more structure.
- Next, using a glue gun cover the entire crown in glue and let dry. Again, this will give more structure to the crown.
3. Now it is time for the fun part! Clip the roses and decorate around the crown. I suggest getting two or three different sizes and using the larger roses for the front of the crown.
4. Add the spikes using the glue gun. This will make the roses and crown look like it has thorns.
5. There should be some empty spaces left; fill those spaces with leaves from the left over bouquets.
6. Add in pearl beads to fill in extra space if needed. This will add extra dimension and a touch of delicacy.
You have now completed the flower crown tutorial unless you would like to cover the whole thing with an optional coat of spray paint. I chose to coat my homemade flower crown with a gold spray paint. This works perfectly for getting a gilded look which is well suited to classical Greek costumes with togas.
7. In a well ventilated area, spray paint the entire crown. You may have to do a few coats.
8. Let the painted flower crown dry. Then put it on and enjoy!
I hope you found this flower crown how to helpful. Would you make this DIY flower crown? If you do, be sure to share your creation with us! You can tweet me a picture @familyfocusblog or tag me on instagram @familyfocusblog. Have fun creating!