Create your own Flower Ring

DIY a flower ring


I belong to our neighborhood garden club and every year we have a Flower Show.  I started out wanting submit a spectacular floral arrangement, something grand and unique and totally different than anything anyone had ever seen.   Well, the day of the flower show I had nothing in my garden except for a few succulents. ( I love succulents!)  But no real flowers, nothing I could even remotely or creatively put together that could be seen as a “floral arrangement”.  Soo, Pinterest here I come.  I am not sure what I searched for, “floral arrangements with no flowers”, “interesting ways to wear flowers”, “not a floral head piece”,   but,  “ta-da”,  this beautiful and fun DIY  Flower  Ring popped up on Belle and Bunty.  Belle & Bunty is a London based blog showing things that I love including all things Fashion, Bridal, Interiors, Textiles, Art, Culture and Photography.

This ring looked so easy and quick to do, I made it and wore it to my luncheon.  Really in only about 20 minutes.  I picked a few little tiny flowers from my garden, the big orange flower I saved from a dying week old bouquet I bought from Trader Joes.

Here is how I made my beautiful flower ring (20 minutes!)

steps to DIY a flower ring

1- First of all gather all your supplies:

Floral wire
Floral tape
Base  – Plastic lid, or a card, or even old cereal box
Hot glue gun
Flowers, greenery, little baby florets

2 – Create a little base out of the plastic lid, a card stock, or even old cereal box, wrap the base with the floral tape.

3 –  Create a loop with the floral wire that will fit around your finger, and wrap the loop in the floral tape and attach it to the base.

4 – Then simply glue on the greenery and flowers to create your own beautiful flower ring.


DIY - Flower Ring

I think it’s really pretty and was so much fun to wear!




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Cynthia Hall
Cynthia Hall is a Wardrobe, Web, and Photo stylist. Specializing in apparel and product styling for both On-Figure and Off-Figure including table top, mannequin, lay-down and “on the wall” photo styling. As a Personal Stylist, Cynthia Hall can help you build a polished, put-together wardrobe based on you, your personality, and lifestyle. Your wardrobe will center on what looks great on you, not just on fashion trends. Saving time and money Cynthia will help you streamline your wardrobe and costly fashion mistakes and obtain confidence that when you walk out the door you look your absolute best!