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motleymakery:

DIY African Violet Pincushions:
Lovely Tutorial from Homemade Mamas.

motleymakery:

DIY African Violet Pincushions:

Lovely Tutorial from Homemade Mamas.

whimsebox:

Felted brooches by Roltinica

(Source: irisnectar)

agacistore:

Make your own flower crown!
You will need: 
Aluminum wire, or floral wire 
Floral tape
Wire cutters
Scissors 
An assortment of fake flowers large or small!
All of these supplies can be found at your local craft store
Step 1: Measure the wire to fit your head twice over and cut it with the wire cutter. Twist the excess wire around the wire sized to your head, this will ensure that your crown is sturdy.
Step 2: Wrap your wire crown in floral tape. This will ensure that no wires poke you, and make your crown look more realistic!
Step 3: Take your assorted fake flowers and cut them off of their stems, leaving only a short stem attached. Place the flower stems along the flower crown and wrap the stems in floral tape to secure them on your crown. You can bunch several flowers together, or place them one at a time.
Follow these simple steps and you will have your very own festival ready flower crown!

agacistore:

Make your own flower crown!

You will need: 

  • Aluminum wire, or floral wire 
  • Floral tape
  • Wire cutters
  • Scissors 
  • An assortment of fake flowers large or small!

All of these supplies can be found at your local craft store

Step 1: Measure the wire to fit your head twice over and cut it with the wire cutter. Twist the excess wire around the wire sized to your head, this will ensure that your crown is sturdy.

Step 2: Wrap your wire crown in floral tape. This will ensure that no wires poke you, and make your crown look more realistic!

Step 3: Take your assorted fake flowers and cut them off of their stems, leaving only a short stem attached. Place the flower stems along the flower crown and wrap the stems in floral tape to secure them on your crown. You can bunch several flowers together, or place them one at a time.

Follow these simple steps and you will have your very own festival ready flower crown!

openyourthird-eye:

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openyourthird-eye:

ॐfollow for a zen feedॐ

(Source: sandered, via apperal)

motleymakery:

DIY African Violet Pincushions:
Lovely Tutorial from Homemade Mamas.

motleymakery:

DIY African Violet Pincushions:

Lovely Tutorial from Homemade Mamas.

whimsebox:

Felted brooches by Roltinica

(Source: irisnectar)

agacistore:

Make your own flower crown!
You will need: 
Aluminum wire, or floral wire 
Floral tape
Wire cutters
Scissors 
An assortment of fake flowers large or small!
All of these supplies can be found at your local craft store
Step 1: Measure the wire to fit your head twice over and cut it with the wire cutter. Twist the excess wire around the wire sized to your head, this will ensure that your crown is sturdy.
Step 2: Wrap your wire crown in floral tape. This will ensure that no wires poke you, and make your crown look more realistic!
Step 3: Take your assorted fake flowers and cut them off of their stems, leaving only a short stem attached. Place the flower stems along the flower crown and wrap the stems in floral tape to secure them on your crown. You can bunch several flowers together, or place them one at a time.
Follow these simple steps and you will have your very own festival ready flower crown!

agacistore:

Make your own flower crown!

You will need: 

  • Aluminum wire, or floral wire 
  • Floral tape
  • Wire cutters
  • Scissors 
  • An assortment of fake flowers large or small!

All of these supplies can be found at your local craft store

Step 1: Measure the wire to fit your head twice over and cut it with the wire cutter. Twist the excess wire around the wire sized to your head, this will ensure that your crown is sturdy.

Step 2: Wrap your wire crown in floral tape. This will ensure that no wires poke you, and make your crown look more realistic!

Step 3: Take your assorted fake flowers and cut them off of their stems, leaving only a short stem attached. Place the flower stems along the flower crown and wrap the stems in floral tape to secure them on your crown. You can bunch several flowers together, or place them one at a time.

Follow these simple steps and you will have your very own festival ready flower crown!

openyourthird-eye:

ॐfollow for a zen feedॐ

openyourthird-eye:

ॐfollow for a zen feedॐ

(Source: sandered, via apperal)

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