Hey, all! This is the first time in forever that I’ve done a headband craft. The last time was probably five years ago… So, I decided to do something with all the extra headbands that were in a box for the past five or six years.
They super easy and quick to make! Have fun making these cute headbands!
1.Daisy Covered Headband.
What you’ll need:
–Daisy ribbon. (I have absolutely no idea where we got it. It was just one of those things leftover from other projects).
–Hot glue gun
Step 1: Dab a tiny dot of glue on the yellow part of the flower. Press it onto the outside of the headband and hold for a few seconds to ensure stickiness.
Step 2. Repeat step 1 for as long as you need to.
Let it dry. Hot glue dries fairly quick so you don’t need to wait long! 🙂
Here’s the finished product!
2. Striped Headband
What you’ll need:
- A headband
- Wavy yellow ribbon (Again, no idea where I got it, but I’m pretty sure you could find it at Hobby Lobby)
- Hot glue gun
Step 1. Hot glue the end of the ribbon underneath the headband.
Step 2. Wrap the rest of the ribbon around the headband and glue the end of the ribbon on the other end of the headband.
That’s all for this one!
3. White Flower Headband
Step 1: Dab a dot of glue on bottom the flower and press it onto the headband.
I had six mini flowers, but obviously you can use as many as you like. I messed up on the whole ‘making it symmetrical’ part. So if you want it to look somewhat even, you can mark the places with a pencil. Otherwise it’ll end up like mine: on one side the flowers are closer together than on the other side…
Aaaand… that’s it. Keep repeating step 1 over and over and over until you’ve glued all your flowers onto the headband.
And there you have it! Three cute headbands to try!
Stay tuned for more crafty inspiration coming your way!
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