Headbands are the perfect Halloween craft. You can use them to instantly transform into a cat, bat, or bunny. Or you can use them to accessorize and enhance your Halloween costume. Today we’re showing you how to make this papercut moth headband that’s perfect for tweens and teens. Not only is it super cute, but it’s easy to craft, too!
All you will need are a couple of simple tools, some text weight paper, and a black headband. Then download our moth template and follow the three instructions below.
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Some people find moths to be scary. But they can also be quite beautiful and diverse in their color patterns. This is why we love the idea of crafting a papercut moth headband for Halloween.
Also, if you find yourself drawn to the idea of making your own Halloween costume, this DIY headband is a simple way to get started. And there’s plenty of room to get creative, which is what we love about Halloween. You can use the same colors of paper as we did or play around with different shades. You could also switch up the color of the headband if you want. It’s all up to you!
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- Text Weight Paper – Stardream Metallic Onyx, Stardream Metallic Silver, Stardream Metallic Punch, and Paper Source Aubgergine
- Black Headband
How to Make a Papercut Moth Headband
- Download our SVG file below (for cutting machine users) or PDF template (if cutting by hand).
- Mix and match wings of your choice; then secure in place with a dab of hot glue.
- Arrange along the top of a black headband, and hot glue in place.
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