Flower Power: Creating Your Own Flower Crown Premium class

Amy Balsters, Floral Design - Floral Styling - Instruction

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8 Videos (47m)
    • Hello!

    • Tools You Need

    • Choose Your Flowers

    • Preparing Your Flowers

    • Floral Tape Techniques

    • Assemble Your Crown

    • Finish Your Crown

    • Keep It Fresh and Share!


About This Class

In this class, I will be teaching you the steps to create your own flower crown. This class is easy and fun for anyone who loves flowers and wants to make a crown for themselves or for someone else. This class is also great for hobbyists or budding florists looking to refine their taping and wiring skills and build on some fundamental techniques when working with flowers. 

I will cover where and how to choose flowers for your crown, how to use floral tape and wire to secure the crown and how to tie the crown together with ribbon. As a bonus, I will cover the tips I use to keep my flower crowns as fresh as possible. 

9 of 9 students recommendSee All

Wonderful class! Full of information, tips and tricks for making your own floral crown!
Informative and a delightful project to work on!
Well done! Amy is a skilled professional whose abilities have been acquired from real world experience. Her clear, concise and engaging communication style make learning fun and interesting.





Amy Balsters

Floral Design - Floral Styling - Instruction

Amy Balsters is a floral designer, floral stylist and instructor at Amy Nicole Floral, a Los Angeles-based floral design studio. The focus of the studio is to create stylish, abundant and thoughtful floral designs for events, photoshoots, campaigns as well as individual and group classes.

Her experience with flowers comprises of professional and formal training, including a two-year certificate in Floral Design and Shop Management. She has over twelve years of floral design experience and extensive art training in design principles with her favorites being color theory and composition. Amy uses her vast experience coupled with instinct and passion when approaching each project, sourcing the most captivating flowers, foliage, and organic material available.

Amy’s floral work has been published in several wedding and lifestyle blogs and magazines including Green Wedding Shoes, White Magazine, Ruffled Blog, Glamour & Grace, Storyboard Wedding, Elizabeth Anne Designs, Rocky Mountain Bride and New Mexico Magazine to name a few. 

Follow her Instagram at @amynicole floral and at amynicolefloral.com