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Floral crowns are so pretty and dreamy to make for playing pretend fairy princess or are a simple way to dress up for a spring or summer party. From crowns made of fresh flowers to felt, crepe tissue, or paper, here are 10 magical DIY floral crowns to delight the little princesses in your life.

Flower Crown (via Oh Happy Day) This simple flower crown can be as colorful as you choose depending on the flowers and is perfect for celebrations outdoors.

Crepe Paper Crown (via Cakies) Crepe paper isn’t just for decorating parties – use colorful streamers to make these pretty paper flowers.

Fairy Flower Crown (via All Parenting) Silk flowers are used in this magical fairy crown which means it can be worn many times again for endless make-believe fairy tale scenes.

Foam Flower Crown (via The DIY Mommy) Here’s a foam paper craft that’s easy enough for kids to get hands on in making that they’ll love showing off once finished.

Daisy Crown (via Hellobee) There’s something about daisies that are so fresh, innocent and happy. Here’s an excuse to pick some and in turn, make something pretty to show them off.

Beaded Floral Crown (via Catch My Party) Add a bit of sparkle by combining beads with flowers in this easy wire wrapped crown.

Baby’s Breath Crown (via Oh Lovely Day) Perfect for a flower girl or playing princess in the woods, this simple baby’s breath crown stands on its own.

Paper Flower Crown (via She Knows) Here’s a crown you can print out with a free template so your little fairy can be fast on her way to casting magical spells.

Felt Flower Crown (via Now That’s Pretty) If you’ve ever wanted to make felt flowers, this detailed tutorial shows you how simple it can be. Make one or two for a simple everyday headband or fill it up with blooms to make a dazzling crown.

Tissue Paper Crown (via Polka Dot Made) Tissue paper is great for fluffing and making pretty, poofy flowers you can dress up with just an ordinary headband.

Also see 6 Magical DIY Crowns.

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.