Look of Vintage Floral Headband
Add a touch of class to your wardrobe with a homemade Look of Vintage Floral Headband from Linda Peterson.You can never go wrong with wearable crafts. Ideas for sprucing up your wardrobe have never been this cute! Wear one throughout spring and summer.
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- Aleene’s Original Tacky Glue
- Cheese cloth – dyed to color of choice
- Torn strips of muslin – dyed to color of choice
- Eyelash trim or trim of choice
- Miscellaneous beads and embellishments
Mix 3 parts water to 1 part Original Aleene’s Tacky Glue. You can adjust the stiffness by the amount of water you add to the glue. Dip cheese cloth into glue mixture and squeeze out as much liquid as possible.
Lay onto a non-stick sheet and arrange cheese cloth to look like a leaf. Allow to dry.
While the leaf is drying, coil strips of torn muslin and glue to form a vintage rose.
Glue pearl beads to center of flower.
Glue rose to eyelash trim. Attach stiffened leaves to flower where desired with glue. Glue rose to headband. Allow glue to dry.
For a comprehensive video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make a Vintage Inspired Floral Headband.
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Jun 07, 2017
I am gathering ideas as I have a job making a newborn headband and this project gave me some great ideas and inspiration! I am adding a large band of lace for the actual band, with some lace embellishments as part of the flower, which would look nice with these blooms too. Love the little pearls and embellishments for a pretty and feminine touch. Super project!
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