How to Make a Wildflower Wreath Hair Piece?

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     What better way to celebrate springtime than to make a wildflower wreath hair piece !!
Springtime is probably my favorite time of the year. There are so many beautiful flowers blooming and popping out of the ground. But before I know it these beautiful flowers are gone. They are seen for only a couple of weeks and then they dry up and die. I wish they would be blooming all year round. In Psalm 103: 15-16 it says, “15.As for man, his days are as grass; as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth 16. For the wind passeth over it, and it is gone; and the place thereof shall know it no more.” Our lives are short and time flies way too fast. Our children when young are blooming and growing. They are ready to take in all the information you have to offer them. Give them plenty of sunlight and nutrition in order to build up their character. Make time for these beautiful flowers because before you know it they will be out of the house. 🙁

 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
To make a wildflower wreath hair piece :
1. Collect wildflowers: The longer they are the better. Try to cut them to the bottom of their stems.
2. To start get a  flower or grass with a long stem. Get another flower and tie the second flower to the first. Now hold these two stems together and keep tying new flowers onto the stems. Try to go slow because these stems are sturdy but they do rip. Keep doing this until you have your desired length.
3. Use floral tape and wrap the beginning of your wreath with your end of the wreath together.
4. Use curling string and cut 5 to 6 of the same size. Tie the stings to the back of the wreaths. Curl the strings using scissors.
5. Wear your beautiful flower wreath hair piece.
 
Have fun 🙂

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