Summer is a time for fun and family. It brings to mind images of picnics, daisies, and little girls twirling in sun dresses. In anticipation of all this summery goodness, I decided to make this adorable floral headband for my daughter. The best part is that it only costs about $3 to make which is a fraction of the price you’d pay in the store!

Materials:

  • Headband (I got mine at Joann Fabrics for $1)
  • Faux Flowers of your choice
  • E6000

 

Step 1:

Prepare your flowers by pulling them off of the stems.

 

Step 2:

Put a strip of E6000 on your headband, but leave an inch or two on either end of the headband. You don’t want to put flowers on the part that will go behind her ears.

 

Step 3:

Start by placing your largest flowers on the headband. Then fill in the rest with your smaller flowers.
**Tip: Press the petals into the glue to help them stay in place. You also want to be sure to face them away from the center of the headband on both sides. You don’t want the plastic tips to show.

 

Step 4:

Let the glue dry for 24 hours, then enjoy!

 

These are so simple and inexpensive to make you can make a ton of different kinds to match all of her little dresses.

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About Kasey Schwartz

Hi, I’m Kasey, Founder of All Things Mamma – where I am dishing up family favorite recipes that are easy to make with simple, everyday ingredients. Plus – tips and tricks for living your best life!

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  1. Thank you so much for having me! This was fun 🙂

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