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We're swooning over this season's most ethereal accessory: the music-festival inspired floral crown. And why is this the ideal summer DIY? Well, it allows you to get out and explore your garden for the perfect blooms -- or cheat by hitting up your local craft store for fabric flowers (we won't tell!). Plus, floral crowns look just as sweet on you as they do on your little woodland fairies. So, in the spirit of summer exploration, we invite you to try your hand at our popular DIY Floral Crown, and to share your results on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook using the hashtag #SavorSummer. Need a little more inspiration? Click through for our favorite floral crowns from around the Web!
A little goes a long way when it comes to making these festival-inspired headpieces. Whether you head to the craft store for flowers or simply walk outside, the materials for this simple summer accessory are within reach.Make Your Own Floral Crown
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Darcy Miller Nussbaum, Martha Stewart Weddings' editorial director, first spotted these floral crowns at the launch of the new Cosabella bridal lingerie line by Erin Fetherston, fashion designer and cover bride from the Weddings Fall issue. Fetherston hosted a fun party where guests crafted these whimsical floral crowns to take home with them.
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We Love: Floral Crown by A Beautiful Mess
The ladies at A Beautiful Mess used floral tape, floral wire, and fresh flowers to create their crowns. Alternating red and yellow flowers give the crowns a warm, vibrant look.
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We Love: Floral Crown by Frugal-nomics
Brandhyze from Frugal-nomics used artificial flowers and an eslatic band for a floral crown that won't budge. She cut the flowers from their stems and used a needle and thread to sew them onto the elastic.
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We Love: Kids' Floral Crown by Hellobee
This simple, kid-friendly crown featured on Hellobee only requires flowers and clippers. Once the flowers are cut down and the extra greenery is removed, the stems can be woven together until the right length and shape is created.
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We Love: Kids' Floral Crown by Make Life Lovely
Laura from Make Life Lovely made these super cute crowns for an outing to a local fairy festival with her kids. She used twine, silk flowers, and hot glue to make her bright, beautiful wreaths.
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