Tulleâ€¦how I love tulle. It reminds me of princesses and weddings and ballerinas. It is soft, flowy and easy to work with. It comes in many colors - even with shimmery glittery sparkles.
I think tulle loves me back.
Here is a simple tutorial on how to make Princess Tulle Tiaras made of flexible wire that is adjusted by tie on ribbons to fit the size of your head. These tiaras are easy to make but it may take you up to 30 minutes to complete one, depending on the amount of beads that you use. The more beads, the less time spent on a tiara because the beads act as â€œfillersâ€ and you spend less time tying on tulle pieces. More tulle gives you a fluffier tiara.
First, here are sample photos of some Princess Tiaras. Photo 1: More Beads, Less Tulle. Photo 2: No Beads, Tulle. Photo 3: Fancy Eyelash Version sold on Etsy.
Bend wire to create a loop on one end. The other end is open so you can slip beads through. If you are not adding beads, loop the other end of wire also.
Tie on tulle strips (double knot) and slip on beads. The number of tulle strips and beads you want to add is up to you.
Loop the other end of your wire to close.
Tie long ribbons onto the looped ends.
Adjust to head size and tie ribbons to secure.