Monday, March 12, 2018

~Flower Crown Wreath~

I wanted to share with you a flower crown wreath that I made.
I used flowers from the garden.
Waxflowers, baby's breath, wisteria and floral wire.
You can use any flowers blooming in your garden.
This was my mother's statue she had in her garden.
A Spring crown is just what she needed.

My little girl statue wanted one too!


I loved making these flower crowns, 
making more soon!
Our beautiful Tabebuia Tree in bloom!

15 comments:

  1. Dear Jody,
    Are you in spring, with flowers, already ?!
    At us, the snow has just melted, which is right ... it has warmed up!
    The coronets are beautiful and cheerful, I missed seeing a spring atmosphere in all! Your garden looks great.
    I love you, Mia

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  2. One day..you may have a little princess running around your garden wearing one of your wreaths..I can almost see her:)

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  3. The wreath is gorgeous. Love it.
    Hugs from here

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  4. Jody,
    I love your flower crowns. I used to make them out of clover but yours are much prettier.
    Love, Mona

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  5. Jody,
    So lovely!! Thanks for sharing your beautiful garden!! We had another 3 1/2 inches of snow here over night!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  6. Oh my, your flower crowns are just beautiful, Jody!! What a wonderful idea. I have a statue in the garden that this would look lovely on! Maybe I will use baby's breath and roses, and just let it dry on her as a crown. I suppose I would have to keep her sheltered from the rain if I did that though...lol.
    Debbie
    xo

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  7. Hi Jody, I have been gone for a while. I'm back 😊 and I know we connected on Instagram. I don't feel right about not taking the time to stop by blogs I have followed from the beginning.

    You miss out in my opinion on the whole picture. Love that the first statue was your moms. The second one is a beauty too. We are still in winter here. Seeing gardens and flowers makes you swoon during this time of year especially after three Nor'easters

    Hope you visit

    Cindy

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  8. Jody, these are so pretty! I just might make one for my Saint Fiacre statue. :)

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  9. Your spring garden is just beautiful! I love your pretty statue. Thanks for sharing your photos.
    I also love your roses you made out of celery! So clever and creative of you.
    Julie

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  10. I love floral crowns... It looks oh so pretty on your lovely statue ... now if we would just get some weather I could venture into gardens....Your pictures are so inspiring..Thank you for sharing.

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