How to make a flower crown
How to make a flower crown
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DIY: How to make a flower crown

The flower crown is one of the biggest trends for this summer, according to Instagram and Pinterest. And the bigger the crown, the better! In this article we’ll tell you how to make a flower crown with fresh flowers, so you can wear one to your next festival, wedding or summer party. Enjoy!


  • Floral wire
  • Copper wire
  • Floral tape
  • Various fresh flowers, such as the Anthurium cut flower, cut to about 5 – 8 cm long
  • Greenery
  • Scissors

How to make a flower crown

Before you start, place the flowers in water for one to two hours, so they can absorb enough water and will wilt less quickly.

Bend the floral wire into a circle that fits on your head, and attach the ends together with floral tape. This is the base of the crown. Wrap the floral tape around the whole circle, so you don’t see the wire anymore. Grab the copper wire and twist it around the frame a few times and then around the first leaf to secure it. Do this with all the leaves, until the entire wire is covered with greenery.

Once that’s done, it’s time for the flowers. Attach them to the wire the same way as the leaves, using the copper wire. Make sure that the biggest flowers are in the best spot of the crown so that they become the eye catchers. When all the flowers are attached, you’re good to go!

Also see: DIY: Pressed flower frame


Remember that you’re working with fresh flowers and they won’t stay beautiful for a long time. Carefully sprinkle them a few times during the day, to keep the flowers alive for as long as possible.


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