DIY How to Make Flower Crowns

I have been adoring flower crowns on Pinterest for awhile now. They are beautiful on littles and sophisticated on women. I have seen flower crowns everywhere from weddings to music festivals, photo shoots to a playdate with friends. So I finally decided to spend an afternoon making them with my girls. They are really quite simple and oh-so-hippie-chic.

The supplies needed are: 
-Floral wire (I like this kind that is pre-wrapped) but the plain green works well too.
-Silk flowers (or real!) of your choice
-Floral tape
-Wire cutters

And these are the final products. 

Directions for creating your own Flower Crowns

1. Using two pieces of floral wire, measure your head and then twist the ends to create the hoop. Cover the raw twisted pieces with floral tape to secure.

2. Cut apart your flowers using the wire cutters. I pulled the greenery from the floral bunches out and attached those to the hoop first. It makes a nice 'base' for the flowers.

3. Attach the flowers using more floral tape. Repeat until you are satisfied with the final look.

Love this project? Me too! Which is why I am so excited to lead a group of 100 women in making them! The flower crown is just one of the fun activities we have planned for the "Super Girls Mother Daughter Mini-Retreat" hosted by Whites Chapel UMC on September 13th.

I am thrilled to be speaking to the group about ways mothers and daughters can connect and then sharing this beautiful craft with them. Say a prayer that it all goes well and that Jesus works through us to touch the hearts of the sweet mothers and daughters in attendance.


Have a great week!

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