I always think that flower crowns can make a girl look so sweet and endearing. There's something about these crowns that sets them apart from tiaras and flowers add an unspoken beauty and lovely touch. However, as they can be quite costly to buy, I'd much prefer that we do them ourselves when we need them for a special occasion. Remember I shared with you on how we made rainbow flower crowns using pipe cleaners and crepe paper?
In today's Creativity 521, I'm going to show you how we made another DIY Flower Crown using wires and faux flowers. It's really simple and if I can do it, anyone can too! Oh, what are these crowns for? For my two darlings to put on during their birthday party and feel like princesses for the day!
1) Floral wire
2) Floral tape
3) Wire cutter
4) Artificial flowers (You can use real flowers too!)
5) Sticky tape
Firstly, join two floral wires together, make it into and a circle and measure them to fit the head loosely. Use sticky tape to secure the wires in place.
Viola! We are all done! It's really very easy, right? And we spent a total of less than S$10 for two flower crowns!
So, we are now looking forward to celebrating their birthdays very soon! P.S. Their matchy Sofia the First dresses were bought from online for $11 per dress, not bad at all, right?
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