Red Floral Headband/Crown

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About: Hello, my name is Auroris. Every day we have the opportunity to learn new things, to rethink tired processes, and to improve the way we work.

Hi everyone!

In this instructable I would like to share with you how to make a floral crown.

I paint flowers so they will not die.” – Frida Kahlo

Step 1: INSPIRATION

I want to focus on Frida Kahlo’s unique style. She made her hair her most colorful accessory by adorning her looks with brightly colored flowers and head wraps.

Step 2: SUPPLIES

  • Simple headbands
  • A bundle of fake flowers
  • Felt or another fabric
  • Wire Cutters
  • Glue gun
  • Glue sticks for the glue gun

Step 3: CUT FLOWERS FROM STEAM

Use your wire cutters to cut the stems off.

Step 4: FORTIFY YOUR FLOWERS

Often, elements can collapse after they have been separated, so flowers need to be glued well with a glue gun.

Step 5: BUILD THE BASE

Cut out 20cmx2cm piece from felt for base, and glue it on the inside of the handband.

This will give the glue something to grab onto.

Step 6: ATTACH FLOWERS

Now you can directly glue to the base.

Start by gluing the larger flowers in the middle of the headband first and work your way out.

All you do is add flowers until your crown feels finished!

Step 7: HAVE FUN!

Congratulations! You’re done and ready to wear the flower crown DIY you made!

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    cutelittledevil

    5 months ago

    I made one last year to dress up as Frida for halloween, but I only used 1 type of flower, yours looks way better.

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    Auroriscutelittledevil

    Reply 5 months ago

    Very beautiful! Big Burgundy flowers very good choice ;)

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    Gadisha

    5 months ago

    Nice, I love Frida Kahlo; her work, her personality, the way she dressed and also these traditional mexican headpieces she wore. It came out beautiful, thanks for sharing!

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    AurorisGadisha

    Reply 5 months ago

    Yep... she is timeless muse and source of inspiration. Thanks for appreciation