Bloom Flower Crown D.I.Y.

Bloom flower Crown 1Hi friends! Today I want to share this quick and easy method for creating a handmade floral crown. Kinsey whipped this crown up in about 10 minutes. They're super cute and perfect for Spring, which can't come soon enough! Enjoy…

Floral crown stepsStep 1: Supplies Needed- plastic faux floral branch bunch with blooms, wire cutters, brown wire.  2. Use wire cutters to clip some pieces of a faux floral "branch". 3. Use small pieces of wire to attach branch pieces together. 4. Use your own head as a size guide to know when to stop adding branches and complete the circle. Super easy! 

Bloom flower Crown 2Here's the finished crown. You can bend it a little bit to fit your head better. I like to weave some pieces of my hair around the crown too! 

Bloom flower Crown 3Have fun creating your own floral crown! We can't wait to wear them all spring… xo. elsie 

  • I made this to wear to a friends’ garden party. It was so simple and my flower crown turned out lovely! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  • – Gosh Nic, how much am I going to have to pay you for all the glowing tenasmoiitls!!!going to have to re-double the weeding shcedule!! I’ll let you know when the wall of roses blooms, that should be a show stopper this year too!Great shots, i bet they were delighted with them, and they were such a lovely bunch of folks to deal with too!

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  • If I could find the supplies I would make this o:o. It is so lovely!


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  • I love your blog, its amazing 🙂 you are absolutely beautiful!love the hair!!!!

  • i thought this was so cute! so I’m making a lot of these and selling them at our relay for life fundraiser in our town! all the money goes to cancer research and stuff! thank you so much for the idea, i am so greatful!

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  • What an awesome lil tutorial. I will be making these for my daughters’ upcoming spring photoshoot!

  • Ahhh, I just found your blog today and am in love with it!!! Too cute and a great birthday present too!

  • How fun! Would love to be able to pull this off. I think I’d look too much like a crazy person.

    Maria xx

  • oh, i’ve always loved these flower crowns…! Thanks for sharing ur tutorial:) so beautiful…

  • so beautiful


  • Very cute. I cannot WAIT until it’s Spring again!! I’m missing it so much right now.

  • So Pretty! Beautiful photography too! And much more practical than the traditional one made of real daisies! Where did you get the flowers?

  • That is adorable, not sure I’d carry it off at work but a girl can try, pa ha!!!

    Esther xx

  • I’ve been looking into making these for a while now. You’ve made it seem so simple I think I’ll give it a go!


  • Lovely idea!! It looks so easy but cute!!

  • i’m totally obsessed with your blog and i’m on here like, oh, every day, so i think it’s time i at least leave a little love lol

    i love this post. so cute! makes me wish i hadnt just chopped off most of my hair on a whim (le sigh…)

    i’ll be back, and will leave notes on posts i love!

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  • Totally cute, makes me want to get married all over again just to have one…. must find another excuse… ♥

  • Aww!! This is so cute! Using nature for fashion =)

  • Very beautiful and simple. Pretty for summer and spring 🙂

  • This is such a great idea! I have been wanting a flower crown for awhile now and this one would match with pretty much anything! Plus it would be a lot cheaper just to make haha Great post as always 🙂

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  • This is so lovely! It reminds me of the flower-fairy crowns my friends and I always made when I was younger, but they definitely didn’t look this beautiful!

  • Oh my goodness! Thanks so much for making your DIYs so simple! I LOVE things that can be whipped up in a minute or two!

    I really like the look of a crown or even a headband sort of thing worn OVER the bangs and hair like this, but every time I try it, my hair poofs up over the band into a mushroom shape and looks totally ridiculous!!! What am I doing wrong?!

  • It looks so great on you! I wish I could carry that off… maybe?

  • you look absolutely fabulous. and those crowns look like just a cinch to make1 ;]

    {XOXO, Deanna}

  • So pretty! Wish I could get away with wearing one of these in the winter!

  • oh goodness, so beautiful!! i wanted one of these for my wedding! might just have to make it anyway for future wedding anniversary shoots. perfect!!!
    xo TJ

  • I did a flower crown last week but i used bigger flowers. However it looks nice even with small!

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  • Super cute! Great for a bride perhaps?


  • SO awesome and easy to do! I must make one and wear it around all spring! eep! <3

  • This is so pretty Elsie! I love love love flower crowns – they are of my go-to accessories!


  • This looks great on you. This is such a cute and simple project. Thank you :]

  • Gorgeous! I am stashing this idea away for a special occasion! 🙂

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  • 🙂 Just noticed that you went red. Looks beautiful on you. I’m considering dying my hair a light auburn at some point in the future.

  • I was thinking of being a Greek goddess for an upcoming costume party. This could definitely be adapted for it. Niiiice.

  • This is so beautiful and not too big to not wear it from time to time. I really want to create a flower crown this year, so this DIY is perfect!

  • This is amazing, beautiful and so simple! I love it!

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