Happy Saturday, everyone! As I am about to head out the door to have a girls' day with a dear friend full of shopping, eating, and Twilight watching, it seems only natural to share a very feminine headband I made the other night.
I apologize in advance for the crap pictures. Now that it's flippen dark at 5pm, I obviously need to put better lighting in the craft room. Grrr, winter.
How to make a flower headband!
Cut a 19" piece of elastic--this is an average one size fits all for teens and adults. You can seal the cut edges by holding them close to, but not it, a flame. Overlap the two ends by at least 1/2"--be sure the elastic isn't twisted!
Cut two pieces of felt the same size as your flowers. The felt serves two purposes: to ensure your flower stays on the elastic, and to cover the ugliness underneath the flower. Glue the felt circles to both the elastic and the flower, as shown on the right side of the photo above.
Sometime soon, I will post a tutorial on how to make ribbon roses! Promise!