To make a sprig, bind two or three leaves together with floral tape. Then trim two pieces of brown-paper-wrapped floral wire to 14 inches each. Twist the wires together to form the tulip stem, leaving 5 1/2 inches on each side untwisted at the bottom. Bend untwisted segments apart to form an arc around the top of the headband; secure it to the headband with floral tape. Attach one petal to the stem with floral tape, about 2 inches above the headband. Stagger remaining petals, leaving an opening in the front for the face. Accordion-fold one piece of green crepe paper into four sections; trace the calyx template. Cut out calyx shape, leaving edges attached as shown; unfold. Wrap the calyx around the base of the tulip; scrunch and tape to the stem on top of the petals. Curl ends upward around a pen. Starting at the top of the flower, wrap the stem in floral tape, taping one or two sprigs of leaves to the stem. Bend the stem slightly downward.