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How to create your own flower crown

16 Jun 2016

Fit for a bride, bridesmaid or flower girl, this flower crown can be made from the comfort of home with thanks to Dawanda

Bohemian wedding accessories need not be expensive; there are lots of DIY opportunities out there to keep within budget. Take a look at this step by step from Dawanda:

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You need:

● metallic ring or wire
● thin green wire or ribbon
● baby's breath
● scissors

1. Gather your supplies, including natural or artificial baby's breath flowers.

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2. Cut most of the stems off, keeping just a small piece for every flower.

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3. Cut a 15 cm long piece of wire and secure one end to the crown base. Put the first flower in place and wrap the wire around it.

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4. Continue to add flowers and wrap them in wire until the crown base is fully covered.

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5. If you need to make any adjustments, simply cut or add some flowers accordingly.

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