Make super, simple, Flower Crowns — classic or with a fun, new, twist!
Saying hello to you, in August, with flowers feels like a fitting way to jump back in. Today, make simple, one-of-a-kind, Flower Crowns with us. I can’t wait to see what you do with these, too!
Through rain and shine; inter-continental travels, we’ve been making flower crowns all summer long: classics and a new twist. Make sturdy classic Floral Crowns OR add a new twist, to make these princess-y, triple-pointed-floral crowns (top.)
We started the summer with classic wreaths and a rainy day flower party after our kid-team scoured our lawn and neighbourhood for both wild and garden flowers including ferns, birch branches and even unknown blooms from trees. You can use whatever foliage is available to you: daisies, dandelions and … daffodils (and more!) They all work and this technique is one for any and all.
Let’s get started:
PART 1: Make Floral Wreaths:
flowers, floral wire, wire cutter
HOW TO MAKE Floral Wreaths:
Thank you, Emma + Olivia for sharing this day with us!
Oh, summer, summer, happy summer! It’s been such a lovely, luscious one. I hope everything is wonderful with you, too. It’s been too long since we’ve had the chance to meet but, I hope you’ve been able to peruse past projects.
From the moment, I first laid eyes on our kids, I’ve been addicted to every thing about them. As they grow, more quickly than flowers — and with summer bringing us together with our extended families who live too far, far, away — I decided that this summer I needed to close my computer and unplug and to enjoy their sunshine. Sharing this projects feels like a wonderful way to start easing back. We have so many summer projects that we can’t wait to share.
Today, I’m so happy to join Maggy of RedTed in this ongoing nature series with 10 super talented arts and crafts bloggers today. Yesterday, Meri Cherry shared Chalk Nature Painting. They’re beautiful and a relaxing project for all ages. Tomorrow, continue (here) with Pink Stripey Socks. It feels like such a perfect way to greet you this month! I hope that you enjoy this series and as always: I’d love to see what you do with willowday tutorials!
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