Being a mommy of little ones means getting ready fast, which often means ponytail and headband for me. The pony is fast and easy and the headband makes me feel a bit more feminine and put together as I chase boys all day. This rosette headband is one of my favorites. Not only because it is cute, but because it was insanely easy to make and cost me a few cents.
- Roll three rosettes. (tutorial here if you need it, I used hot glue, not fabric glue) One big and two smaller and glue each one to a circle piece of cardboard. Mine was a piece of tissue box that had a pretty grey flourish pattern on it I liked.
- Glue the rosettes together and glue off centered on to a ribbon.
Let's just clarify, I am not sporting a french twist. There is a messy bun hiding there on the side.
My fabric and ribbon were both in a scrap bag I got from Hobby Lobby for a dollar or two. There was some really great stuff in there I still need to use!
Here I am donning my rosette headband and ponytail at Peach Days this last weekend. Don't the kids look thrilled about the parade?! That's what happens when you find out they banned handing candy or anything else out to the crowd. Boo.
I really should make more of these in fun colors! I love that you just tie the ribbon at the base of your head so it is never too tight!
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