Flower headbands are a perfect accessory for spring and summer, they make the most boring and simple of hairstyles full of summery delight.
I personally like to put one on when I’m feeling sad, to brighten my day.
Despite all of that beautiful flowery ness they are so easy to make!
You will need:
* Plain Headbands
I found some on EBay for less than £2, but you could always rejuvenate an old headband you have at home. It needs to be at least half a centimetre in width and have a flat surface, as this will make it easier to attach beautiful flowers.
I purchased a lovely selection of colours from The Works, but why not grab some tissue paper and make your own!
I really like the Bostick Glu and Fix, as its strong and perfect for attaching paper and metal. You could use a glue gun ( mine had an unfortunate disaster with a cup of PVA glue and is currently unsafe to use!)
Just plain old scissors.
Start about 2inches from the end of the headband, Put a strip of glue about 10cm long along the flat edge.
Place flowers side by side onto the glued section, push them down gently and hold until stable.
Continue gluing and sticking on the flowers until the whole headband is covered, leaving 2inches free at the end.
Turn the headband over and reinforce any flowers with glue that need it, add in flowers to any gaps too.
Leave to dry.
Pop onto your head and find the nearest festival!