They say you should never work with children or animals, and, having spent a morning trying to get a picture of Millie with this delicate flower crown on, I can definitely say this is the case!
I love making flower crowns, and I have a tendency to usually go large as I think there’s something so nice about making a statement. However, if you are thinking of making one for a child (or pet), then I recommend going a little more delicate with your flower choice. My advice would be to keep it very simple and go with something like a wax flower, as not only is it resilient (you should expect crowns to be dropped or thrown off), but it lasts well out water. I had to make one recently for my friends three year old, so thought I would share with you how I did it. To read on click here.