Since having our kiddos, my husband and I have made a big effort to have some kind of professional portraits taken each year. Last year didn’t quite work out for us so I’m on a mission to make this year’s photo session really count. My daughter and I really love the floral crown trend right now and she really wants to wear one for pictures, but I couldn’t find one that coordinates with what we’ll be wearing. As it turns out, creating your own DIY floral crown is pretty easy and I’m sharing how you can make your own today!
- 3 Large Hydrangea Stems (I used 2 Peach and 1 Fresh Cream)
- 32 Gauge Cloth-Covered Wire
- Green Floral Tape
Step Five. Determine where you’d like the flowers to start on the crown. I chose to start mine just past the center of the crown. Hold the stem to the wire base and wrap it firmly with the floral tape.
Step Six. Continue adding more stems and wrapping with the floral tape in one continuous motion. I wrapped each stem twice before moving on to the next one to ensure that it was secure against the wire base.
For another fun hair accessory idea, try these DIY rose hair ties!
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Katie is the writer and creator at Sweet Rose Studio, a blog dedicated to sharing the best crafts, recipes, DIY/home tutorials, and anything else that promotes a happy home. She is so blessed to be a wife to her high school sweetheart and mother to their three sweet, crazy kids. In her past life she was an elementary school teacher, but now is a stay-at-home-momma by trade and absolutely adores it. Katie has a passion for party planning and styling and can regularly be found with a sippy cup in one hand and a glue gun in the other with her camera hanging around her neck.