January 16, 2013

DIY: Flower Crown

{Photos by my Patricia and me}

Here's the flower crown I made in my previous post. I was stuck on Ontario time, which was an extra 3 hours in the morning, so I had plenty of time to craft, and talk to birds and squirrels. All it took was a bouquet of flowers, metal wire, and twist ties from the grocery store. Dressing up started when I was 3 and never stopped for me.

23 comments:

  1. You look so cute with that flower crown! Love the first image, looks like it comes straight from the Free People catalog :).

    XOXO from the Netherlands,
    Lucia

    ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

    http://luciafloresdesigndiary.blogspot.com

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  2. I love it! :P I want to make one now. You have such beautiful skin (is that a weird comment) but seriously, you GLOW :)

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  3. You look so sweet, my dear :)
    xxx, Feli

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  4. Beautiful flower grown! I'm such a hippie lol

    <3
    heather
    fashionistanygirl.com

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  5. Lovely pictures. The flower crown came out great. =)

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  6. So pretty :) I used to make it out of daisies (daisy chain) and I'd just wear it all day at school. :P

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  7. Fun! You look like a forest princess in her human clothes to roam about! I think these bits of creative projects can be so uplifting!

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  8. The flower crown looks beautiful!
    So clean and refreshing c: You
    are so talented!

    xx

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  9. thank you for the kind comment on my blog- you're crown is beautiful! great work

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  10. oh girl you look amazing! I have no artistic capabilities what soever
    you look so cute:)

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  11. Great DIY, you look awesome :)

    xoxo
    Juliette Laura
    http://juliettelaura.blogspot.com/

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  12. You look nice with a laurel crown. DIYs work better for me when I have someone DIFM (do it for me). I got no skills. Aside from school plays, my dress-up was limited to trying on my dad's army jacket and baseball uniform. I also used to put on my mom's old glasses and try to walk (every step I took looked like a step down...it was weird).

    Speaking of weird, a meaningless bit of trivia...I think I've mentioned that my last name means "rabbit". Well, my middle name means "crown, garland".

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  13. It looks beautiful and so ethereal. I like it! ^^

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  14. Very cute and creative! Sorry I haven't been checking up on your blog lately. There's no telling how many DIY's I've missed these past months!

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  15. i so looove your coat!!! perfect for our weather here =) you look adorable dear..

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  16. Such a nice idea :) I should try this out for the Summer outfit photos :) ♥

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  17. hooray for dressing up! your DIY's are always stellar.

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  18. It's nice to be able to talk to squirrels! I barely get to see them in sg! Except one I randomly chanced upon when doing my evening runs behind my house!

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