Using Cricut's Make It Now feature is easier than you think. Just choose your project and press go! Create this paper floral crown with your Cricut Explore.This post contains affiliate links. Thank you to Cricut for sponsoring this post.
Have you ever wondered how the Make It Now projects work in Cricut Design Space? It is probably my most favorite feature that Cricut launched when they first launched their Cricut Explore. I'm going to be showing you how to make a floral crown with your Cricut Explore. I'll be using just simple cardstock and some glue and all my measurements are done for me with the Make It Now feature.How I chose this specific project was select the Fashion category from the drop-down menu on the upper right corner of Cricut Design Space. I selected the project I wanted and then all I pressed was Make It Now! Everything is measured out for me and they tell me what colors and how many pieces of each material I need in the information page.
- Cricut Explore
- Paper Crafting Tool Set
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- 18″ Floral Wire Stem
Cut all your needed flowers and leaves and use this Giant Paper Flowers booklet to help you learn to put the flowers together correctly. Once you have them all together and then begin to assemble your floral crown.I started by braiding the floral stem together with 2 kinds of ribbon. I used 3/8″ wide ribbon that I picked up from my local Michaels along with the floral wire stem. I took it against my daughters head so that I'd have the right circumference. Her head was just the right shape so I didn't need to cut any additional wire. I did leave longer tails of the ribbon so that I could tie it in a bow at the back and it'd have some texture.Once the wires were braided together and the flowers were assembled, I glued it right to the wires. I just placed them as I wanted them and that was it. Cricut's Make It Now feature is so easy to use and all the supplies are listed for you so you know what you'll need ahead of time.
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