My sister-in-law Tara taught me how to do these headbands a few months ago. They're super easy and fast, and way cute. It's also a really great way to use scraps.
Start with a fabric strip 2 inches wide. My strips are usually about 20-30 inches long.
Fold one corner on one end over (like pictured below.)
Wrap the twisted fabric around itself. Glue to felt using fabric glue.
I use this fabric glue which works great.
This glue does ruin wood finishes so make sure to do this project on a surface you aren't attached to.
I use clothes pins to secure my fabric in place while it dries. Then I keep twisting and wrapping it around itself, gluing to the felt until it's the size I want.
Once the glue has dried cut the felt to the size of the flower leaving a little bit of extra fabric.
Glue the loose end of your fabric to the back like pictured above. I used hot glue for this part.
Glue the flower(s) to your headband (I use hot glue) and add some bling! I made tiny flower for this infant headband. I get complimented on this headband every time she wears it!
This would make a great baby shower gift for someone expecting a little girl.Pin It