How to Make a Pepperharrow Floral Crown
Wire cutters Floral knife or snips
Thin (22 gauge) floral wire cut to 15 inches ½-inch-wide adhesive floral tape 1 yard decorative satin ribbon
Various small flowers, buds, berries, herbs, and foliage stems Sea holly
(Eryngium planum) Feverfew
(Tanacetum parthenium) Lisianthus
(Eustoma grandiflorum) Sweet Annie (Artemisia) Hypericum berry
(Hypericum androsaemum and hybrid cultivars) Dahlia
(Dahlia hybrid cultivars)
3 STEP 3: Add mini posies at the opposite end so the flowers again hide the stems. Tuck stems for the final cluster of flowers behind the large focal flower section, securing with more tape. Ribbon strands attached to both end loops can be tied to fit...
1 STEP 1: Make a 1-inch loop at both ends of the precut wire, twisting the wire to secure the loops. Create mini posies of flowers, herbs, and other elements: gather stems (remove all excess foliage so stems are bare) and wrap the cluster with the...
2 STEP 2: Attach mini posies to the wire base using the tape. Begin at one end with the flowers facing the first loop. Make sure each cluster hides or covers the stems from the previous cluster. About halfway through, add a cluster of larger focal...