Make Your Own Crown with Worbla
Hey beehive! As a creator of flowery, arty things, I often find myself stumbling upon new materials to work with.
Worbla just so happens to be one of those things that I saw and *could not* not buy. One thing I love about using different materials is that it constantly pushes the boundaries of what I think I am capable of and inspires the Queen Bee in me to be proud of the things I am able to make.
Both the flower crown here and the collar are made with a worbla base and covered in leaves and flowers. Raise your hand if you love leaves as scales. (I feel the wind of a thousand hands:)
Worbla is fantastic for many reasons, mainly:
- Its non-toxic
- You don’t have to be a super skilled crafts(wo)man to work with it. If you’ve ever dried your hair or stuck a sticker on something (not necessarily in that order) then you are good:)
- The only tool needed is a heat gun
- Scraps/mess-ups can be heated, molded back together and then used again!
For this styled shoot, we used this material to construct her crown and flared collar. We figured that this Queen Bee was going to be a force to be reckoned with so she had to bring something to the table that your average gardeny flower crown-wearing bohemian bee might not. I mean, the world can use a different flower crown. mmmmmm-iright?
Now that you’re feeling like you’re ready to push your flower crown boundaries, buzz on over to our Youtube Channel by clicking on the picture below and make your own with us!
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Hair and Makeup by Off White Makeup and Beauty
Dress by Laineemeg Bridal
Styling, flowers, stuff, and photography by Lola Creative
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