Comprehensive Knowledge about Flower Halos by Jaclyn Gough, CFD

Good Afternoon, isolated flower lovers! Before we dive in I wanted to thank you for tuning into my 26:19 FaceBook Live this afternoon. If you missed it, I saved it to my timeline as a reference. Please feel free to fast forward to 10:13 for the educational how-to process of how I make a flower halo and in doing so note this is just one of the numerous ways I design a halo. As promised, I’ve provided you with a few links to more educational videos and articles that I’ve created and blogs I’ve been featured on.

https://theskinnyvase.com/free-ebook/

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How to Create a Floral Headdress by Jaclyn Gough

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My design program on Flower Halos was sadly cancelled due to the pandemic, so this is one of my ways of giving back to you until we reschedule the meeting in Greensboro, NC.

I hope you enjoy, that you take a little piece of valuable information away and share this with others. If you create a flower crown at home, I’d love to see your design. Until next time, be well, nourish your body with healthy foods and wear flowers in your hair.

6 Simple Steps 

  1. Measure head with chenille stems bringing two ends together around head. Twist in the middle.
  2. Wire any flower components if necessary; Roses.
  3. Wrap stem tape around the base to lock into place before adding fresh material.
  4. Cut materials, create tiny bunches together and secure to the wire base.
  5. Continue step 4 until complete. Small flowers at the beginning, larger flowers and materials toward the middle and smaller at the end. Weight distribution, friends.
  6. Spray with Crowning Glory and place in the cooler until use.

 

 

 

 

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