DIY Floral Crown Tutorial

Channeling my inner Lana Del Rey for my first ever tutorial on the blog.

I’ve been meaning to create this tutorial for a while, and finally got around to it.

Sifting through the countless tutorials online, I found that most can actually be quite complex and time-consuming. But with some trial and error, I’ve found a really quick + simple way to efficiently create beautiful floral crowns.

Continue reading to see how:

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STEP 1: Separate all the individual flowers from the stems and leaves.

STEP 2: Work the wired stems into a circular shape using your hands and the wire cutters as needed. This will be the base for your crown.

STEP 3: Wind floral wire all around the crown base you created in Step 2 giving yourself ample slack as you work.

STEP 4: Pull at a section of the wire to create a large loop (this is why you need some slack in the wire from Step 3).

STEP 5: Work the base of the individual flowers into the loop, and then tighten.

STEP 6: Repeat Steps 4 & 5 until you have filled the entire crown or to your own desired taste.

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If any of you guys try this out, please let me know how it goes.

Floral Lace Cut-Out Dress: Topshop  |  Wood Structural Heels: Spring  |  Turquoise & Gold Layered Necklace (worn as bracelet): Spring  |  Gold Mini Rings: Ebay


8 thoughts on “DIY Floral Crown Tutorial

  1. Oooh! I love floral crowns! This is a great tutorial. Thanks :)

    And I am also completely in love with that dress. It’s too cute!

  2. I love your playful facial expressions in these shots – so cute and you’ve got such a beautiful smile. Sweet dress too, I love the sexy cutouts!

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