Leaf crowns made of real or faux leaves are a sought-after choice for any special occasion. Designing them at home seems to be a mere cakewalk, as all that is needed is to arrange the leaves together by stitching or gluing and finally attaching them to a crown, twine or elastic. Check out the useful DIY instructions that follow to make unique leaf crowns at home.
Add small, pearl beads at the center to enhance its gorgeousness.
Spray painting dried leaves in gold would help to make pretty leaves like this. You could even add small flowers in between for an enticing appeal.
The Greeks maintained the tradition of bestowing olive leaf crown upon the winners of the Olympic games. If you wish to continue the tradition, similarly design a crown, making faux ones with cardstock and gold paint if you don’t find real leaves.
To commemorate the occasion of the Ides of March that falls on 15 of the month every year, the day when Caesar was assassinated, you could make a stylish leaf crown like this one with a cloth headband, faux leaves, and spray paint.
While turning the chapters of History books and learning about Greeks and Olympic games, the little ones might want to get a practical experience of the crowns that were made then. To replicate olive leaves, make fake ones with green construction paper. Give your kids the liberty of making several patterns with the designed leaves.
The golden glittery paper brings in an added charm to the crown.
The cord used for tying the crown could be made of showy ribbons.
You may even attach felt leaves on a headband, alongside big and small pom poms shown in the image below, to make a showy accessory.
If you have leftover fabrics after making a dress, use them to design a chic leaf headband. Take fresh or faux (paper, or felt) leaves, wrap them around the fabric, and stitch well to get a neat finish.
Add sparkles and beads to make it look brighter.
The golden leaves and pretty pearls make the crown immensely stunning.
You could make this cute headband as shown in the given image by making leaves with cardstock paper, painting them in gold, and finally attaching elastic or string top the headband.
To celebrate Luau, Lei or any other festivals in Hawaii, a pretty crown as the one depicted in the tutorial made with ti leaves can be designed.
Weaving the leaves one after the other makes for an elegant crown. Attach a flower at the centre for a spectacular look.
Attach leaves and flowers, real or faux, to a hoop to get this fabulous flower leaf crown at hand. You could opt for sunflowers if planning for a summer craft or anything else, depending on the season and occasion.
If your little doll is a princess Moana fan, then this colorful flower and leaf crown would suit her best. Check here for more exciting ideas to make Moana flower crown headbands.
The colorful assortment of maple leaves would look fantastic when made into a crown.
Trim a paper plate and design it into a fabulous Olympic crown for your kids to wear. It could even be made into a stylish wreath.
Another interesting idea would be to make a leaf crown with felt leaves and stitch the vein with red or any other thread of your choice.
These bright-looking felt leaves, look even more marvelous with the branches stitched.
The twines supporting the tiara give it a rustic look.
These amazing tutorials would help to make fabulous leaf crowns with fall leaves, green leaves, golden leaves in Roman, Greek, Hawaiian, or any other style as per your choice. Wear them as crowns, tiaras, or even as headbands for enhancing your charm and beauty.
Published on July 14th 2020 by Miranda Gibbs