Paper Flower Spring Headband Tutorial

Are you ready for a mega-Springy and super easy paper flower headbands tutorial?
I realize these headbands are a bit BOLD, but they are great if you are feeling a bit brave in the fashion department this Spring–and they are perfect for little girls {because they can get away with wearing bright flowers in their hair no matter what}.
This is a great project to do with your girls over summer vacation–and you can buy everything for cheap at your local craft store.
{And now for the 5 minute  tutorial}
Here’s what you will need:
Scrapbooking paper flowers {from Michael’s}
Old headband you haven’t worn in a while {or you can buy a pack of your favorites at Target}
Glue gun and hot glue
A few fun buttons {because I love buttons}
And any extra embellishments you feel inspired to use
STEP ONE:
Pick your favorite paper flower combinations and button centerpiece.
STEP TWO:
Glue and stack your selected flowers.
Glue your button down in the center. It will look something like this:
STEP THREE:
Glue you new pretty flower/button stack directly onto your headband.
Be sure to line up the flower with the headband so that it will be placed in the correct spot on your head.  I like to wear mine off to the side.
And ta-da, you’re done!
Now get creative with your flower creations:

Happy Crafting!
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Ashley Stock
I'm Ashley. Sometimes I craft, occasionally I cook, everyday I write, and I'm always Momma. This is my blog. I keep it real while still seeing the rainbows and butterflies in all of life's lessons.
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Comments

  1. Dannelle says:

    These are so cute! I wish I were as crafty as you!

  2. Sugar and Spice Mommy says:

    My daughter is a headband girl…she's gonna LOVE these!

  3. Love Stitched says:

    so cute!!! I love how easy they are to make 🙂

  4. Mama Hen says:

    I love the headband idea!! I have to get out the glue and craft stuff. Very cute!

    Mama Hen

  5. Heather says:

    THIS is why I need to have a girl!!! VERY cute!

  6. Too cute! If my little girl wouldn't immediately pull out every hair accessory I put in her hair, I would totally make some of these. Also, check out my blog when you have a chance. I'm awarding you the Versatile Blogger Award!

    http://happybabydesigns.blogspot.com/2010/05/my-first-award.html

  7. Mama Hen says:

    You have an award at Mama's Little Chick!!

    Mama Hen

  8. Super Cute!

  9. So cute… great ideas for little girls.. pins, headbands and ponytails… thank you

  10. I made something similar for my daughter. My son got a hold of it and ripped it apart:( They are very cute!

  11. Liz @ Sugarplum Creations says:

    Cute . . . check! Fun . . . check! Easy . . . check! I love it!!

  12. Those are super cute!!

  13. Aisyah Helga says:

    Thanks for this cute tutorial! I've linked it to my blog to share with my readers.

  14. i like this bag!

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