Our DIY felt flower headband has made us all a little gooey this week – it’s just so darn cute! Using our felt poms and felt anemones we created the perfect headband for the little pixie in your life. To make our felt flower headband just pop over to our earlier posts for the pom tutorial and the anemone tutorial, you can get the templates for all the flowers by clicking on the download button below. All you will need to make these is some good quality felt, fabric scissors and a low temperature glue gun. Once you have made your pretty blooms you can set about attaching them to a length of elasticated ribbon.
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We began by gluing our ribbon to a length of felt that was an inch wider than the ribbon. We then used our low temperature glue gun to stick the flowers in place as well as the green and glitter leaves (see the pom post for how to make those). Spend some time playing with the arrangement before you glue. There are no rules so just enjoy the process and only start gluing when you are happy with your design. Pop back to this post to see how we turned those same flower designs into a pretty felt fairy wand and check back tomorrow for details of the cute fairy costume that our little model is wearing.
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