Hello! I am so excited to be here guest posting today! My name is Sarah and I blog over at Bombshell Bling. I am a former elementary school teacher with a love for all things sparkly and colorful. I blog about everything from recipes and parties to jewelry and kid crafts. I would love for you to pop over and say hello! Today I’m stopping by to share an easy rhinestone headband idea!
One of the things that I have a weakness for is creating blingy headgear for my daughter, especially for holidays and events. If you don’t believe me just search “baby headband” on my blog. I have a problem. A big one. Here, I’ll prove it. Here are just SOME of the headbands I have made for her. (I told you….problems.) 😉
Well, my little princess isn’t quite so little anymore. In fact, she is almost two! Waaaaahhhhh! I hate it when babies grow up. Lately Little Princess now seems to like hard headbands better than elastic ones with enormous feathers on them that get into her eyes. Go figure. So today I thought I would branch out and make her something different.
This headband is one of the simplest I have made, but I love the way that it turned out, and I love that she will be able to wear her new “big girl headband” for at least a few years of St. Patrick’s Days. Let’s take a look at how I made it in 5 minutes flat. (Maybe less.)
To make this headband you will need the following supplies:
* a headband (I got this glittery one in one of the $1 bins at JoAnn’s Fabrics.)
* three rhinestone buttons (I got mine from THIS Etsy shop, Fleuriste Supplies.)
* a hot glue gun and glue
Start by cutting the back loop off of the buttons. I couldn’t get mine super flush with the button back, but it didn’t matter in the end.
Think about how you want your buttons arranged and then just start gluing them on one at a time. Be generous with the glue!
You are DONE. It is THAT simple! Crazy, right?? But isn’t it cute on my little Irish princess? I especially love that little rainbow rhinestone button.
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If you enjoyed this post then you may also enjoy these St. Patrick’s Day baby girl related projects:
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Just wanted to let you know I am sharing your wonderful post in my 100 Something Green St. Patricks Day RoundUp https://wp.me/p466oG-11f with a link back to your original post plus pinned to my St. Patricks Day Board! Have a terrific weekend!
Cathy from APeekIntoMyParadise.com
Thanks so much Cathy!