Scrunch Fabric Flower Pom Pom Headband TUTORIAL

Scrunch Fabric Flower Pom Pom Headband Tutorial
{NOsew step-by-step instructions}
{{featured on Headband Week}}

Ready to learn how to make your very own Flower Pom headband?!

Here’s what you’ll need:
About 20-30 circles cut out of the fabric of your choice {about 1.5 inch circles}
Elastic Headband {purchased at Target}
Hot glue and glue gun
Let’s get started!
Cut out one felt circle in the size you want your pom pom to be.
Take one of your fabric circles and scrunch from the middle.

Add glue to the end of the scrunched portion.

Place glue-side down on the center of the felt circle.

Continue to add the scrunched fabric circles around the center one.

…and add some more.

and some more…

and more…

Until voila! You have a full and fluffy pom pom!

Now flip over your pom and grab your elastic headband.

And glue your headband to the center of the pom.

Then apply the second felt circle on top of the headband to cover the band.

And now you have a fun pom headband!

Stay tuned for more fun tutorials on HEADBAND WEEK at Little Miss Momma!  And come back on Friday to link up to our first linky party EVER, for all things headband related!
Happy Headbanding!
I will be linking this project up to these fab link parties!
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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  1. k so if you make these for me i will send you money, haha! i'm so not crafty-still haven't finished the headband i started at the beach house. i love it all!

  2. k so if you make these for me i will send you money, haha! i'm so not crafty-still haven't finished the headband i started at the beach house. i love it all!

  3. Emby The Brat says:

    you have NO idea how long I've been searching for this tutorial!!! THANK YOU

  4. Thanks for the tutorial! I used your idea for the pom pom flowers to make flowers to embellish a shirt! Here's how it turned out! 🙂

  5. love this! definitely going to be using it to make some hair clips in the near future 🙂


  6. do you glue the scrunched pieces of fabric all in the center at a certain point? or does it matter where you put the pieces?

  7. Ashley @ Little Miss Momma says:

    start glueing from the center and then work your way out. hope this helps!

    xoxo, ashley

  8. Yes, Thanks! I tried making it before, but they ended up very tight. I tried it again after you responded and they turned out super cute! You are so creative and you always seem to make everything look perfect! 🙂

  9. I just made this last night and I blogged about it on my blog. I linked you yours just so you know. Thanks for the lesson!!

  10. Kristina says:

    I found your blog and the pom pom headband tutorial from Keepin it Thrifty. As I clicked the link to head over to your blog I was chanting in my head, please, please, be no sewing. AND THERE WASN'T, WOO HOO. So you have totally Inspired ME to try something new. I have a daughter who I am going to make some version of this for. Oh and a necklace for ME!

    Thank you for sharing your ideas. I have soo much to read on your blog, your newest follower…..
    ~Kristina @

  11. Mrs. Sassy Crafter says:

    I looooove this headband! I'ma new follower, found you at Fabric bows and more. Have a great day!

  12. Adam Thomas says:

    Thanks for post.. is a local Australian business florist directory. It provides the better quality florist and flowers (send flowers and find flowers).

  13. Anonymous says:

    I just made this with white denim and LOOOVEED IT! I love all the great craft tutorials u put up!

  14. I will be back soon and follow up with a response.

  15. Really great article with very interesting information. You might want to follow up to this topic!?! 2012

  16. Off to make my own…Love this and it looks so easy. Found this on Pinterest and just repinned. Thanks so much!!!

  17. Laura Lambie says:

    thank you, I will be making one of these today

  18. Thank you so much for this tutorial. I use these pom poms all the time in my crafts now! I always make sure to link back to your tutorial and give a shout out!

  19. Thank you ever so much for sharing this tutorial. It is really appreciated.
    I am sure my grand-daughter will love these ie, when I get time to make them. Kindest regards

  20. This is so cool! I have lots of fabric and a baby girl who will look so cute with these flowers. Where do you get elastic for the headband?

  21. What fabric did you use? Does it fray and is that ok? Love them!

  22. Beautiful… nice choice of color…clean tutorial

  23. woooow… it looks very pretty 🙂

  24. wooow… it looks very pretty 🙂

  25. Hi this is kind of of off topic but I was wondering if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if you have to
    manually code with HTML. I’m starting a blog soon but have
    no coding expertise so I wanted to get guidance
    from someone with experience. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  26. Hello i am kavin, its my first occasion to commenting anywhere, when i read this piece of writing
    i thought i could also create comment due to this good
    piece of writing.

  27. k so if you make these for me i will send you money, haha!


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