DIY Spring Flower Crown Video Tutorial

DIY Spring Flower Crown (VIDEO)

DIY Flower Crown - daisies

I didn’t make this crown for any particular reason other than the fact I got hair extensions and just felt I had flower crown hair. Making one has been on my to-do list for awhile and the hair was the perfect excuse to try it. As Halloween approaches it’s good accessory for for a fairy or woodland creature costume. It’s also a vital addition for festival season and Pride. Basically any time you can dress like a lunatic I would recommend wearing one.

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DIY Flower Crown Tutorial

Here is my spring version of the flower crown, you can make it with or without floral tape. If you don’t have the tape you can work around it, by just gluing the flowers to the wire. Decide on your colour combination and follow the directions below.


DIY Flower Crown Supplies and Tools

  • Various fake flowers (different colours and sizes)
  • Wire – medium thickness
  • Glue gun glue
  • Floral tape (optional)


  • Glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Pliers


1. Pull flowers off stems including leaves

Fake Flowers2. Cut off stems. If they have them, pull plastic backings off big flowers

3. Take a piece of wire and wrap it around your head where you want the crown to sit 2-3 times.

Wire Flower Crown Base4. Take the wire and wrap it under and over itself to secure in place.

5. Start gluing biggest flowers to the crown

6. Take floral tape to make mini bouquets of smaller flowers, glue tape ends to secure (optional). If you don’t want to use floral tape just glue the flowers to the wire or each other.

7. Glue bouquets to wire crown

8. Glue flowers wherever there are spaces

9. Keep gluing until desired fullness is reached

10. Cut extra leaves off including stems

11. Glue leaves on the inside of the crown covering the wire

DIY Flower Crown - pink, peach, daisies

Try it on and admire your flower crown

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DIY, Fashion, Allergy Life. Toronto jewelry designer, blogger & starving artist at heart.

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