Floral crown is always a delightful accessory and here will show you how to make one that perfect for springtime and Easter celebrations that when paired with a sweet and light dress.
Materials and Tools:
- A variety of 3-5 flower types, soft tones ( This tutorial used purple swallow grass, light blue flowers and pink tulips.)
- 4-6 feet of flower shop line
- A Moss line 20 to 24 inches long.
- Scissors or garden shears
- 2 yards of ribbons.
- Collect the first pastel bloom 1-3 small sprigs (blue), cutting stem length not more than 3-4 inches. Pinch the bunch with your thumb and forefinger and place it 3-4 inches apart from the end of the moss-covered wire. Use florist wire to secure everything together.
- Start adding a second pastel flower (purple) and cover the wire-wrapped bunch with flowers.
- Wrap the second bloom around the growing floral chain, wrap the filaments around the moss-covered wire, and moving in a spiral motion downward.
- Add third pastel flower (pink) to the growing floral chain.
- Continue to twist the pastel blooms to the bundle to two bundles at a time, in the pattern you choose, and wrap the flower thread down the growing chain in a spiral motion with florist wire.
- Once you reach the end of the flower wire piece, bend it to secure and add another piece, add another piece before securing additional flowers.
- Once the required flower crown length is reached, pull the ends together to form a circle shape.
- Take the end of the moss-covered wire strand and form a loop, ready to twist the remaining parts around itself.
- Once the moss-covered wire completely twisted around itself, create the same loop on the other side of the crown.
- Cut the ribbon into two pieces of 1 yards, one for each side of the finished pastel flower crown. Fold each 1-yard piece into two halves to form a loop.
- Feed the folded ribbon through the moss-covered wire loops.
- Fasten the ribbon to the loops on both sides of the crown with a knot to complete.