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4 Easy Steps for Creating Trend-Savvy Botanical Headpieces
Reviving old ideas in new ways is fun, especially when doing so ignites a passion for something as creative as botanical headpieces.
Personalize your design
Zip tie decorative items like fans, bark, twigs, tiaras, lace or beads and jewels to the form to customize your design. Use OASIS Floral Adhesive to glue floral materials into the design. Start by inserting line flowers that create the structure. Add rounded materials that fill out its 3-D form. Finish by tucking small and delicate filler materials into place.
A Floral Challenge – Working Outside your Comfort Zone
Down by the river
The first photo shoot took place on the banks of the Missouri River.
Designers were given free rein with collaborative designs. Floral accessories were staged, models posed, and photographs taken at the discretion of the designers.
“The river shoot was so fun!” says Patience. “The models were incredible and up for anything. One lady was completely smeared with mud but just smiled through the whole mud bath.”
The headpieces were all glued together with floral adhesive which held up perfectly while the models posed in the river.