This is my first how to and I'm glad to share it with you :)
Step 1: Materials to Gather
Hot Glue Gun + hot gluesticks (High heat intensity gluesticks recommended in case of high temperatures. Not required but as a precaution, as I learned from experience; flower crowns can melt in a hot car when not taken care of)
Thick & thin wire (for the thick wire I used around 12 gauge and for the thin I use any pliable wire)
A bit of foil
Black marker + color of your choice
Floral tape and scissors will be your best friends in this
Fake flowers of your choice (if you want a wire crown you won't need these)
(Gold nail polish is not required but definitely recommended)
Step 2: Eye See You
Trim the foil and apply glue on the back of the marble to avoid smuge on your drawing. If you want it plain, skip the drawing and just paste it to the foil.
Nail polish is optional but I used some gold to cover the corners and ensure it sticks.
Step 3: Base of the Crown
To create the center wire part, draw a design for the eye to the size of your choice. I drew only one half because both sides are symmetrical and I can just flip the wire.
Following the designs, bend the wire to the drawing and keep bending till they fit happily together.
Step 4: Bonding Like Good Friends
Step 5: Eye Found a Place in the Middle
Hot glue that bad boy onto the twist and done! You can also apply that gold nail polish I mentioned earlier to cover up the twist.
If you just wanted the wire crown, you can stop reading here and have fun with it!
Step 6: Adding Flowers
To apply the flower, simply pluck one from its bouquet and snip the receptacle that connects the flower to the stem into two. This will act as a mini clamp to the wire; use hot glue, quickly pinch it together, and apply more glue to stabilize the sides.
Step 7: Patience and Repetition
I also added leaves and even binded two of them with wire in the front, you can also do this too if you want some foliage to go with your flowers.
Use floral tape (I recommend the wrap tape kind to the sticky tape kind to avoid the tape catching onto hair) to loop around the flowers. While wrapping be sure to pinch down and roll it tightly to keep it together, going over the wire and flower twice in different directions helps to also stabilize the flower's positioning and glue. Don't be afraid to work in small pieces of tape! If you're afraid of the tape coming apart add a bit of nail polish or hot glue to keep the end down, I normally skip this because if you pinch correctly the tape doesn't come back up.