Thursday Repost: Pom Pom Flower Headband Tutorial

DIY.  SAVE MONEY.

Awhile back, I made a stylish necklace out of a t-shirt and felt by making pom pom flowers out of the t-shirt.  I got a lot of compliments and thought I would show you how to use that same process to make adorable headbands.  I am loving them on Emden!

pom pom fabric flower headband tutorial

Supplies:
  • fabric (best if it is the same on both sides)
  • felt
  • hot glue gun
  • headband
Game Plan:

1.  Follow my tutorial on how to make pom pom flowers (specifically steps 1-5).

pom pom fabric flower headband tutorial

2.  Hot glue a clip to the back of the flower if you want it to be removable or hot glue directly to the headband or sew it to the headband.

If you hot glue directly to the headband, you can glue another felt circle to the back of the flower, sandwiching the headband in-between.  This will make for a cleaner look and be softer on the head.

pom pom flower headband tutorial

how to make fabric flower headbands

pom pom flower headband tutorial

Here’s another one I made following the same process.  This time the fabric I used is from a bleached button-up shirt of Jeff’s I was going to throw away.  This is the same shirt I made a pillow out of and a rolled fabric flower headband.

pom pom fabric flower headband

pom pom fabric flower headband

pom pom fabric flower headband tutorial

Here are some of my other posts for making hair accessories:

Picture Frame Bow & Headband Holder

diy girl ribbon and bow holder

Tulle Bows

easy to make tulle bow

Strawberry Polka Dot Bow Tutorial

how to make a simple hair bow

Button Bow Tutorial

how to make hair bows with buttons

Simple Hair Bow Tutorial

diy ribbon hair bow little girl

Valentine’s Day Headband

girly and pink feathery headband instructions

Rolled Fabric Flower Headband

diy rolled fabric flower headband green

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