Floral Headpiece

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15 Minutes

I needed to make a few headpieces for a theater production, so I grabbed my supplies and got to work. What I ended up with was a lovely garland.

It's a DIY that can be customized for weddings, communions and Halloween costumes. Just change the colors to suit your needs.

To start, I cut a long piece of floral wire and wrapped it around several times to form a circle.

When the size was right, I took a piece of ribbon and wrapped it around the wire and used a drop of hot glue to secure it in place.

If you don't want to use ribbon, you can use floral tape instead.

Then I removed the flowers from the stems and glued them onto the ribbon. You can also get flowers without stems.

When I was happy with the fullness, I added a ribbon to the back of it for a bit of movement and whimsy. I looped it around the frame and glued it in place.

Then I made a bow and I hot glued it on.

Super easy and super inexpensive, but super fabulous.

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Suggested materials:
  • Faux Flowers   (Craft Store)
  • Glue Gun   (Craft Store)
  • Fabric Wire   (Craft Store)
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Kim  |Exquisitely Unremarkable
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