I’ve been seeing these flower headbands all summer long, and have been wanting one of my own. They’re so cute, but I thought it was crazy to spend $20-$30 on an accessory that I could easily make for a fraction of the cost. So I came up with this DIY Flower Headband.
This headband would look great as part of your festival style, or even paired with cutoff shorts and cowboy boots for a casual country look. The best part is that it’s so easy to customize it by changing the color of the flowers, or even the color of the leather cord.
DIY Flower Headband
5-7 Silk Flowers, depending on size
Dark Green Felt
Hot Glue Gun
Remove stems from silk flowers, and cut off the remaining pieces so the back of each flower is as flat as possible.
Cut the felt into small squares, just big enough to cover the back of the flowers.
Hot glue one square to the back of each flower.
Measure out the cord by holding it around your head. Add about 3 inches to each end so that you can tie it.
Hot glue each square onto the leather cord. I folded the cord in half to find the middle, then glued the first flower into the middle position.
Repeat with remaining flowers until you just have about 3 inches of cord left on each side of the flowers.
When ready to wear the headband, tie it around the top of your head.
Isn’t it fun?
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