Introduction: Dreamy Flowered Wire Tiara
In this tutorials you'll learn how to make the simplest flower tiara.
My best friend's been asking me to make her a flower tiara for A LONG TIME. But I always told her I know how to make things but I don't think I'll be able to make TIARA.
But I couldn't let her down. So one day I looked up in the internet for flower tiara tutorials.But every single one of them were really complicated and I don't do complex stuffs. So I've gathered few usual stuffs to make a tiara and the flower and sat down and said to myself "Let's give it a go".
To be honest, when I started making this I had no idea where I was going with it.
But I shocked myself at the end.
Even my older sister loves it. She's REALLY hard to please, because she's usually making high qualities stuffs and I'm just a beginner.
So I hope you all like this project and enjoy making one.
Step 1: Materials
For these flower tiara you'll need:
- Tissue Fabrics
- Satin fabrics
- Cotton Fabrics
- Pearl Beads
Take a bundle of wires. According to the thickness you want in your tiara. The length of the wires should be at least 3 inches larger than the circumference of your head. Take the bundle of wire and gently twist it . Twist all the way from one end to another
Gather the two ends. Remember to measure your tiara if it fits on your head before joining the two ends. Take a smaller piece of wire and coil it around the joined area to secure the joint. Use a flat nose pliers to smooth out the ends of the small wire. If you can't get a perfect round shape put it over something round and fix it.
Make satin flowers. You can learn to make these flowers from the links below.
Cut out a round piece of fabric according to the size of your flower and glue it on the back of the flower.
Measure where you want your flowers to be. Use hot glue to stick the flower to the tiara. I'm done gluing all the flowers. To secure the flowers with the tiara glue another piece of small fabrics on the back.
Make some leaves with tissue fabric. You can use other fabrics but this one fits the crown best.
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