Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Wedding Head Crowns

Hello my dear friends!

I hope that you still remember my wedding foamiran flowers which were exposed by me in the blog one week ago. It's high time I showed you what I've created with them! 

It was a long process of cutting, heating twisting and rolling hundreds of mini petals and leaves. I've used several techniques to create these beauties and at the end I can say that I'm really pleased with the result and also very proud of myself personally :-)!

There you go! Three dazzling wedding head crowns! Every single piece of them was handmade with lots of love and passion! 

Every single crown contains six pale pink roses, three rose buds in the same shades, five gypsophila stalks, several mini flowers in white and pale peach and some mini rose and cineraria leaves...oh, and antique white berries as well :-)!

Thanks to the vast amount of flower making accessories and the huge variety of foamiran in, the process of making them was much shorter! 

I can't exactly say how many hours took me making those stunning crowns but, believe me, every single spent minute was a big pleasure for me!

The most exiting part of the story was when I showed the crowns to the beautiful bride. She was over the moon!!! It's such a satisfaction to see the pure happiness in the girl's eyes!

I hope you like them too!

Thank you for your visit!
See you next week!

Elena xxx

The products used can be ordered in the Noor! Design U.K. webshop:


  1. Oh my goodness these are fabulous. I should imagine the bride was in tears of happiness when she saw them. I can only imagine how many days it took you. But love that went into each one I can see. Beautiful. X

    1. Thank you Sue! She was very happy indeed :-)!

  2. It's really beautiful, I love ...
    But I can not see what it's like on scrap cards ....
    And for the moment, we often see this
    Although I admit that it is very very beautiful

    1. Thank you for your opinion! Just want to show another one foamiran application!

  3. Truly beautiful! Creative Blessings, Tracy x