Hi, Roadies! This is Leah checking in with a fun project to create for the little girls in your life - or even a very special occasion like a bride or bride's maid.
Start by gathering a bunch of Maya Road supplies in coordinating colors, a generic headband that you can alter, felt for the base in the color you've chosen, a hot glue gun, glue sticks, and a scissors.
As you can see from my photo, I didn't end up using everything, but it was good to have all of it there to hold up to the piece and try things out as I went along.
Cut the piece of felt as shown - into a large oval 5"x 2". Glue it to the headband 2.5" from the bottom edge, then glue lace all around the edge to cover the felt base.
Select the flowers you'd like to "show off" and position them on the bottom edge - I chose to go with two colored, and the rest in whites in order to really make the lavender pop. Notice I positioned the lavender flower just a bit to the front, and about 1.5" from the bottom of the felt.
Then, I started building flowers around - pack them in fairly tightly, as this will make then scrunch together like a real bouquet.
Tip: I filled in two leaves in the final piece to create movement throughout in a zig zag pattern. This will make the piece feel more balanced.
Have fun! And happy spring!