Our kids have LOTS of flowers for their hair, thanks to a shipment from Kids Activities Blog sponsor, Hairbow Supplies Etc.
They want to wear them in their hair pinned in their bangs, on top of headbands, as accessories on their purse straps, etc.
One flower can not be in three places!
Unless…we create a mix-and-match system that allows an easy change of the flowers.
How to Make a Mix-and-Match Headband
What you will need:
- Chunky head band
- Roughly 6″ of patterned ribbon from Hairbow Supplies Etc.
- Glue Gun
Pick one side of the head band. Glue one end of the ribbon inside the headband. Wrap the ribbon around the headband. You will want three “stripes” of ribbon around the headband. Glue the other end into the inside of the head band.
The head band looks fun and cheery on it’s own with only the ribbon… but it comes to life with flowers clipped into the “stripes” of the ribbon.
You can unclip flowers and clip new ones in – change the flowers to match your outfits. The three-stripe headband system can hold up to 5 accessories. Add some feather backing and button accents!
All flowers pictured in this post were provided by Headband Supplies Etc. Their package delivery was like Christmas! The girls were excited to enjoy their new accessories!
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We created additional flowers from the ribbon slices that they included in the package. Those are a great early sewing activity for your gals. Our DIY Ribbon Flowers are easy to make.
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