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Burst Blossom Headband

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This Burst Blossom Headband from BasicGrey is the perfect accessory for spring.  The large flower on the side makes this handmade headband stand out among the rest! Customize this comfortable headband however you like, and be prepared to turn heads!

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Burst Blossom Headband

Materials:

  • Notions Burst Blossom
  • Heirloom Buttons
  • Moda Basics Fabric
  • Headband
  • Swatch of fabric
  • Twine
  • Hot Glue Gun


Instructions:

  1. Gather the 5x5 inch fabric in the middle and secure with twine.
     
  2. Attach the ribbon on the side of the head band using a tacky tape or a glue gun. 
     
  3. Add the flower and top with a button.

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Nice picture- I was hoping for instructions on how to make the whole thing-the instructions are poor- it talks about attaching ribbon, but in the material list there is no mention of ribbon. Where do you use the "moda basics fabric"? I was hoping for instructions on how to make the flower. Oh well!!!!!

Terrible instructions. I'll have to give this one a miss, which is a shame. More detail please

Could you please be a bit more specific? What is the flower made of? It looks like you could of used a die cut out of felt. perhaps from sizzix? through stampin up? this would be helpful.

The WORST instructions

iT WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE TO KNOW WHAT SOMEONE WAS DOING

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