FABRIC FLOWER HEADBAND TUTORIAL
-Fabric (I use 2 different kinds)
-Needle & Thread
-Hot Glue Gun
-Circle patterns (3.5 inch, 3 inch, & 2.5 inch)
1. Once you have figured out what fabrics you are using, take your Circle patterns (mine are just cut out of poster board) and trace 2 of 3.5 circles, 1 – 3 inch circle & 1 – 2.5 inch circle onto your fabric. Cut them out with fabric scissors.
2. Tease the edges of the circle so that they fray a bit. Set aside.
5. Hot Glue your fabric circles together. Then hot glue the knotted tulle on top of that in a criss-cross, so that tulle is shown all around the circle. Hot glue the yoyo on top of that, and finish it off by gluing a button to the middle of the yoyo.
6. We are practically done now!! Next, grab your headband and mark where you want the flower to go. I usually guesstimate about 2 inches up, and that’s where I want the bottom of the flower. Add hot glue and add the flower. Finish it off by adding felt underneath. I make a heart out of the felt, just cuz it’s CUTE!
There are so many ways to customize it – no tulle, no yo-yo… whatever you like! Voila! A cute and fun headband that can be made for any occasion. Easy enough, huh?
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