Flower Headband

If you know anything about me, you know I LOVE anything with a ruffle, especially in the form of a flower. I think I will get a lot of use out of this mustard-seed yellow headband. I am loving this color lately. My husband referred to it as puke-yellow…but whatever!

I’ve got to be honest, this is an adaptation of a tutorial I found on Jones Design Company. I just used some materials I had around the house and put my own little spin on it.

I don’t like reading instructions and I definitely don’t like writing them. So, my tutorials will include as little words as possible.

you will need:

{hot glue gun, scrap material, felt, sharpie pen, flower trace, stretchy headband}

cut out four felt circles. two of the should be slightly smaller than the other two. these will serve as the base for your flowers:

fold each flower in half two times and cut off the tip:

fold in half one more time:

put hot glue in the area you cut off and place on one of the circle felts {place just outside of the center}:

do this all the way around and it will look like this:

then, do a second layer on top of the first layer to fill in the center:

glue the headband across the back of the flower:

do the same thing all over again for the second flower. just make everything a tiny bit smaller this time. {smaller felt circle and flowers}:

glue the second flower to the headband, BUT MAKE SURE that you stretch the headband out {if you have an elastic one} and glue it as close to the big flower as possible:

hot glue both of felt circles with the second felt circles. cover it in hot glue like this:

and cover with felt:add some felt leave wherever you’d like and voila!:

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