Frayed Shabby Chiffon Flower Headband, YouTube Video

Frayed Shabby Chiffon Chevron Headband, YouTube Video - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Welcome to our fabulous YouTube Video Day! We love when this fun day of the week comes around, because we get so excited to share our brand new video tutorials with you! All of our video tutorials are fabulous and full of incredible techniques and tricks to teach you how to create the most adorable and amazing hair bows and hair accessories, cute and trendy articles of clothing and even some fun home decor projects! And today, Shirley is hitting it out of the ball park again with an eye catching and EASY headband embellished with our lovely Frayed Shabby Chiffon Chevron Flowers, a cute little bow and a sweet pearlie! This headband is unique, trendy and terrific!

You only need a couple of minutes and a couple of supplies to create your own adorable headband!

Supplies needed:
Frayed Shabby Chiffon Flowers (Shirley used the chevron flower)
Ruffle Ribbon with Stitch – 1 1/2″ (or any ribbon)
Gem or Pearlie
2 Felt Circles
1/4″ Skinny Elastic
Needle and Thread
Hot Glue Gun

Frayed Shabby Chiffon Flower Chevron Double Ruffle, Grey Ivory Pearlies Skinny Grey Elastic
Headband Button
Enjoy making this cute, cute headband!

What a cute headband!! With all of the cute flowers at The Ribbon Retreat, you could make dozens of this fun headband with multiple looks. Even this trendy Frayed Shabby Chiffon Flower has lots of different colors and designs that would all look so cute made up in this headband. I love all of the possibilities and different looks you can achieve with this adorable headband! Make sure to check out all of your flower options right HERE!

The Ribbon Retreat also has thousands and thousands of yards of ribbon for you to choose from, as well, if you would like to use something other than the double ruffle ribbon used in this cute headband. We also have so many lovely pearlies, gems, resins and buttons that would also look outstanding on this headband. I am not kidding…the possibilities are endless! Get all of your headband supplies today!

Not only is The Ribbon Retreat full of fabulous supplies for all of your crafty projects, we are also busting at the seams with amazing video tutorials just like this one! In fact, we have an entire YouTube channel dedicated to incredible and easy to follow videos that will teach you how to create the most adorable and stunning hair bows and accessories and more! Make sure to check out all of our video tutorials HERE!

You are going to love our YouTube Channel and all of our video tutorials. Here are a few of the videos you will find when visiting our channel!

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  1. Posted January 26, 2016 at 12:25 pm | Permalink

    Something really useful. I watch all the video. Really wonderful idea! I’ll love to make one of this headband for my daughter. She will love to have that. Hope I can make it successfully.

  2. Pat C.
    Posted February 4, 2016 at 11:47 am | Permalink

    I love this headband, Shirley! I am completely incapable of thinking outside the box and never would have thought to layer a bow on top of a basic headband with two shabbies–much less using double ruffle ribbon for the bow! Thank you for the inspiration! xoxo

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted February 9, 2016 at 4:19 pm | Permalink

      Hi Pat! Pretty dang amazing huh?!? AND…not to mention so super cute! I am so glad you love this fun headband too! Have a great day Pat! Michelle 🙂

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