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Video tutorial // How to make a flower crown

How to make a flower crown // video tutorial // Megan Nielsen patterns

I’ve had so many questions about the flower crown i made for our childrens pattern collection lookbook, that i made a little video tutorial for you! YAY!

Let me know if you like this style of tutorial – this is my first video tutorial, and i’m interested to see if you like this, or prefer regular step by step photo tutorials.

I love how this crown turned out – it’s rustic and beautiful and i literally had to pry it out of my daughters hands when it died. I think next time i make one i’ll use dried or fake flowers so that it can be used as a dressup!

How to make a flower crown // video tutorial // Megan Nielsen patterns

This is a great option for flower girls for weddings or even a cute family photoshoot. It’s easy and crazy cheap. The supplies i purchased cost less than $10 and i still have enough to make many more crowns. The flowers were from my garden :)

I hope you enjoy the tutorial!

// SUPPLIES //

How to make a flower crown // video tutorial // Megan Nielsen patterns
  • florists wire (i used 18g)
  • florists tape
  • flowers (i used native West Australian Geraldton Wax flowers)
  • scissors
  • measuring tape

// METHOD //

(You can watch the video below, or if you’d like to see it larger, click through to Youtube)

How to make a flower crown // video tutorial // Megan Nielsen patterns
How to make a flower crown // video tutorial // Megan Nielsen patterns
How to make a flower crown // video tutorial // Megan Nielsen patterns
About Author

Meg is the Founder and Creative Director of Megan Nielsen Patterns, and is constantly dreaming up ideas for new sewing patterns and ways to make your sewing journey more enjoyable! She gets really excited about design details and is always trying to add way too many variations to our patterns.

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claregarden
6 years ago

Thank you for the tutorial , very pretty. I will be making them for my granddaughter

Liliana
6 years ago

Great tutorial! The crown is really pretty, very subtle – I love it, I’ll try to find similar flowers and will probably make one for myself!