D.I.Y. Project,Hair,


I know it's still August, but I am already gathering a fresh wardrobe for Fall! I want to make as many pieces as possible this season...because it's so much fun! These floral headbands were super simple to make. The best part was, it only took about fifteen minutes to make three headbands! Enjoy...


Here's how I made my headbands... Supplies Needed: Silk Flowers (I bought two stems per headband), a hot glue gun, plain headbands (found in the hair supply aisle). 1. Choose the perfect blooms for your headband. I chose some larger blooms because I wanted to make a statement piece. Pick smaller blooms if you like a softer look. 2. Pull all the flowers from their plastic stems and clip the green plastic piece off the back of each bloom so the back is flat. 3. Use hot glue to adhere the blooms to your headband. You can also use super glue (I prefer this kind). 4-5. Start in the center of the headband and work your way our, attaching more flowers. This makes it easier to create a balanced look! ♥




These headbands are fun and easy to wear. They add a splash of color to any outfit! If you love flowers as much as I do, I hope you enjoy making one. xo, elsie


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