Daisy's willow crown


Nature Craft: DIY Willow Crown

Jun 14, 2018

Daisy loves to make nature crafts, and here is how to make her willow crown! Click on the image below for a printable PDF of this project, or scroll down for the instructions.

Daisy's willow crown printable

Step 1

The next time you are out for a nature walk, search for a willow tree. Look on the ground underneath the tree. Chances are you'll find some branches lying below. Gather a few to take with you. You can also use other bendy thin branches if you can't find a willow.

Step 2

Make a loop with a long, bendy branch. Twist the ends of the branches around and around to make a circle. The circle should be able to fit on the top of your head. Weave more branches in and around the circle until it's nice and sturdy.

Step 3

Decorate your crown by weaving in colourful flowers and leaves. Voilà! Now place your crown on your head and have fun!

Remember there is no right or wrong way to make a nature craft, so have fun!

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