Woodland tiaras are always in style, and they are usually simple enough that you can wear them anywhere. Here are some of my new woodland tiara styles.
|Ocean Flora Tiara|
This one is more of a mermaid tiara than a woodland tiara. The sparkling green and the bright turquoise sequins make it a bit more flashy. It has a very attractive asymmetrical shape to it.
|Frosty Woodland Tiara|
A simple frosty leaf tiara.
|Woodland Winter Faun Tiara|
My first woodland faun tiara. I made horns out of glittery white polymer clay, and interspersed frosty winter branches on the tiara. Also asymmetrical in design.
|Woodland Queen Tiara|
This is more of an elfin queen tiara, with upright glittery velvet leaves and sparkling gold berries.
|Bird's Nest Tiara|
And this is a super adorable tiara! I've been wanting to use the golden bird for a long time, but couldn't come up with a design for it. For this tiara, I made a nest out of glittery brown twigs and leaves, and juniper branches. I suppose it's really more of a hat or fascinator than a tiara.
Also, you may notice that my portraits look better than they usually do. This is because I employed my husband to take my pics, no selfie shots this round!