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Little girls have some of the
cutest accessories. From hats, to purses, to headbands there is always a way to
jazz up a little girl. If your little one really likes wearing headbands, then
help her create this adorable birds and butterfly headband. We are excited to
share this new project with you, because it features two new items designed by
Cathie and Steve.
This crafty duo is at it again, and they have created a line
of Mod Melts and Mod Molds. This new line is now available at Michaels, and it
gives you a new way to embellish any craft project. This headband makes a great
summer accessory for your little girl. It was designed by Kindra Boroff, a
talented freelance designer, and make sure you assist your little girl in
making this project, as it is a little more of an advanced project. All the
supplies you will need are below, and there you will also find the complete
FolkArt ® Acrylic
Colors - Ocean Cruise, 2 oz.
Mod Podge ® Mod Melts
- White Milk Glass
Mod Podge ® Mod Molds
FolkArt ® Acrylic
Colors - Wicker White, 2 oz.
Simplicity 1” White Satin Headband-70659785368
Celebrate It 3/8” Yellow Grosgrain Ribbon-400100248355
Light Teal ruffle ribbon
Cross two pieces of
the yellow ribbon in the back at one end and adhere with fabric glue. Wrap the
headband with the ribbon, crossing the two ribbons. Secure the ribbon in a few
places in the back as you wrap the headband.
Cut five pieces of
yellow ribbon 2 ½” long. With a piece of thread, start a running stitch at the
top corner on the end of the piece of ribbon. Continue the stitch across one
side and up the other end. Pull the ends of the threads together to create a
petal and secure with a knot. Repeat the steps for the other petals.
Using a piece of
thread stitch the five petals together at the bottom of each petal. Secure the
ends of thread together to create a flower. Repeat the steps for the other two
yellow ribbon flowers and the two light teal flowers.
Create the butterfly
and bird pieces with the Mod Melts and Mod Molds listed. Paint the pieces with
Paint the bird nest
with Wicker White and the eggs with Ocean Cruise.
With a dry stencil
brush and Wicker White, rub the edges of the pieces lightly.
Hot glue the pieces
to the ribbon flowers and glue to the headband.