From the teensy, so-perfect bow to the just-right splash of
color, this craft makes the perfect DIY spring accessory.
I fell head over heels for this headband, crafted by Sara, the
self-appointed Craft Snob of
What you’ll need:
Ribbon (Sara used velvet ribbon)
Hot glue gun (and glue)
Skinny metal headband
What you’ll do:
1. Cut a strip of ribbon one inch longer than the length of
the headband. Use hot glue to attach the ribbon to one end of the headband,
leaving half an inch overhang.
2. Add a little more hot glue, and fold under the half inch
overhang. Dab a little hot glue every 2 inches along the outer side of the
headband to attach the ribbon. Hot glue the other end of the ribbon down and
3. Make a small bow as shown step-by-step on Sara's blog.
4. Use hot glue to attach the bow to the headband.
Check out the Craft Snob Blog for more pictures of this
craft and many more how-tos. Thanks for sharing, Sara!
BY SARA THE CRAFT SNOB OF CRAFTSNOB.COM ON 2/23/2011 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN hair, diy, accessory, fashion, diy gifts