DIY: Floral Headband 3 Ways

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Now that spring is here it’s time to pack up those winter hats, and let our hair down. Dress up your hair with these quick and easy headband DIYs featuring our favorite spring trend: Florals!

Materials for Flower Headband

What You’ll Need:

Mauve 1 3/4″ Artificial Flowers

E6000

Three Metal Headbands

Scissors

Measuring Floral Trim

1. Place the end of your floral trim against the end of the headband, and line the trim along the headband.

Cutting Floral Trim

2. Cut the trim around the metal headband.

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3. Glue the trim onto the headband, and let it dry.

This DIY is so easy that we had to try it out with other floral trims!

Blue Floral Headband

This variation is made with Navy Floral Rosette Trim. We trimmed back the mesh on the sides after the trim was glued to the metal band.

Sequin Flower Headband

Our last variation used 5/8″ Sequin Flower by the Yard in Soft Multi. It’s the perfect pastel headband with a little bit of sequin sparkle!

Final Floral Headbands

Now you have an easy way to add florals to your spring wardrobe, and from now until Sunday March 30th, 2014 you can get 15% off of our floral trims!

13 comments on “DIY: Floral Headband 3 Ways

  1. You have the best ideas!!! :)

  2. Cheeni says:

    Nice! enjoyed it!
    Do check out my blog at http://www.cheenithoughts.com

  3. so lovely! easy & fun!!

  4. Rachel says:

    What a great idea! I have been wanting to use floral ribbon I have for a headband.

  5. Esther Carr says:

    Thank you so much for the instructions. I was pleasantly surprised and not being a creative person, this is one item I used to make for my two girls many, many years ago when they were little kids.

  6. Esther Carr says:

    Thanks so much yutingpan for sending me this. Brings back some nice memories!

  7. […] It’s all about the carefree, wavy hair topped off with a delicate flower crown. If you want to DIY a similar look, check out our floral headband tutorial! […]

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