Brighten up any outfit with our great step-by-step floral flower crown video. Shop online and in-store now
What you’ll need：personalized baby gifts
？ Floral wire
？ Stem/Florist tape
？ Artificial flowers (we used our Spring Paper Wrapped Bouquet –； ￡3.99 http：//bit.ly/1o6quje and vintage rose spray –； ￡1.99)
？ Wire cutters
？ Use 3 pieces of floral wire (approximately 30cm each)， and twist the wire together to create the crown base
？ Measure and adjust to your head size for a good fit
？ Wrap the wire base in florist tapepersonalized gifts for grandparents， twisting it around the wire to make sure it is smooth and covered all over
？ Using wire cutters， trim the stems of the flowers that you would like to use – make sure you keep a small part of the stem (approximately 3cm – but this depends on the flower you choose) to wrap around the crown
？ Cut approximately 15cm of floral wire to attach the flower to the crown base， simply twist the wire around the stem until secure and trim off any excess wire/flower stem
Handy hint： Lay the trimmed flowers out in the order you want them to be on the flower crown to make sure you get the perfect order
Watch the full video here
Hey everyone!? So, remember back to the post where we were voting on costume ideas and all of you voted on your top 11 costume ideas that you really wanted to learn to make??? Well, during the vote, it was looking like a mermaid costume was was going to be a top contender.? During the votes, I was contacted by Cassidy from the LITTLE IMAGINATIONS SHOP…….which is a darling handmade costume shop full of the most imaginative costumes, including the sweetest mermaid tails.? Cassidy offered to create a tutorial here with all of you, and share exactly how she makes her mermaid tails!? Ummmmm…….YES!!!? I had already started gathering supplies at this point but figured, hey, why not have 2 varieties to share with you guys.? Our versions are a little different, so this is perfect! :)
My crafty sister-in-law came by the house last week with a super-cool bat mobile that she had made from a Paper Source Kit. (they no longer have it on the site, maybe in stores? Maybe on sale?) Alas, the bat-mobile was for her bat-loving mom, not me, but what a cool idea! So here is my version of a bat mobile.
*if you are visiting from Sew Mama Sew, click on sewing on the labels on the side bar for more sewing ideas.**So am I a day late and a dollar short?? ?You know I have great intentions of getting photos of stuff taken then posted, then it doesn’t happen…oh— if I could only follow through with all of my intentions… but such is life.