- Metal ring or wire
- Thin green wire or ribbon
More flowers are needed in the world! But it’s a shame if they only wither in a vase, if you can do so much more with it. In this tutorial Martine von DaWanda shows you how to make a flower wreath from gypsophila. A nice accessory for children, eg during a wedding or for a special summer party.
You do not need much. The gypsophila is the most important thing. I’ve used real, but if you want to make a never fading wreath, you can try it with artificial flowers.
Fix the first flower
With a 15 cm long piece of wire you attach the first flowers to the metal circle.
Continue until the crown around you is covered with gypsophila.
Finish the crown
Look at the crown all around and see if you like it all. If the crown should be easily adjustable in size, you can carefully cut through the back and make a kind of wreath out of it.