DIY Wrist Wreaths



Supplies Needed: 

  • Floral tape
  • Twine or wire
  • Flowers
  • Clippers
  • Ribbon (optional)


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Begin by wrapping the stems of your flowers to the twine with the floral tape. Continue adding as many flowers as desired. Depending on what look you would like to achieve, you can tape flowers around the entire circumference of the bracelet, or use less flowers and create more of a corsage for your wrist instead of a wreath. 

If you like bows, ribbon can be a nice addition to your wrist wreath. I made this bracelet without a closure so it's more of a floral bangle. 

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For this bracelet, I created a closure by twisting a loop on one end of the twine and a hook on the other. I love working with this particular twine because it is so easy to use and stays put when you bend/twist it. I also love it because of it's natural look as opposed to using plain wire.

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Juliet, my niece, especially loved the floral waist belt I made for her. Why restrict flowers to your head, when you can put them everywhere?

Juliet, my niece, especially loved the floral waist belt I made for her. Why restrict flowers to your head, when you can put them everywhere?

Peonies are my favorite & they are especially beautiful this time of year but I also used orchids, scabiosa, and whatever other colorful pieces I could find in the garden. 

The best of friendship bracelets. 

The best of friendship bracelets. 

Big Thanks to my little model. xx

Big Thanks to my little model. xx