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“Frozen” Inspired Headbands

Do you have a miniature Elsa or Anna in your family or find yourself quite often humming the tune to “Let It Go”? I sure do…however, my little lady is Olaf’s biggest fan! She loves Elsa and Anna, Christoff and Sven, but if she had to pick who to spend the day with, it would be Olaf all the way. Haha! liZ from Simple Simon also has a little Frozen fan in her family and has designed the cutest Frozen inspired headbands with matching outfits! These headbands are made with some of our beeeeautiful pre-made flowers and other fun supplies! They are so fun to make and so easy! Enjoy!

We are so excited to be here today at The Ribbon Retreat!
The Ribbon Retreat always has so many beautiful items to choose from that there is an endless supply of projects just waiting to be made.  Recently as I was browsing around their site I ran across some beautiful flowers that I had never seen before and knew that I HAD to make something with them and that is when I decided that some “Frozen” inspired headbands were in order.

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Both of my girls LOVE Frozen and would dress as princesses everyday if I would let them, so recently we’ve been making quite a few “inspired by” outfits for them to wear to school and these easy to make headbands added the perfect touch to finish off their Anna and Elsa inspired attire.

I’ll show you how to make them.  They are super easy and super cute.

Ivory Pyxie Posy  Ivory Tulle Ivory Lacy Chiffon

Classic Starlight Turquoise Pearlies Turquoise Petal Flower Flowers Button

Let’s start with “Elsa’s”:
#1.  The first thing you will need is a base.  I use small trivets from the Dollar Store but if you can’t find those you can cover a piece of cardboard with batting and fabric.  (I did something similar to that with a Birdcage Fascinator that the instructions for are HERE if you want more details.)

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#2.  You will need some tulle.  (This is a roll of Ivory tulle that I ordered from TRR and love it.)

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#3.  Now you are going to take that tulle and bunch it around the top of your base gluing it down in the center.

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
#4.  Next I couldn’t decide which flower I liked best so I hot glued two of them right to the top middle of my base.  (Right on top of my tulle.)

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
#5.  Then I added a little bling button that I also ordered from TRR.  (They have got some really fun bling!)  I just hot glued it to one of the petals of my front flower.

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
#6.  And finally I hot glued the entire base onto a headband.

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
And it’s ready to wear!

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
With your Elsa inspired outfit of course…

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Now for the Anna inspired headband….it’s even easier than the Elsa inspired!

Here’s what to do:
#1.  Start with the same base.

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
#2.  Hot glue 3 of TRR’s super soft flowers to the top center.

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
#3.  Add one of TRR’s pearlized jewels to the center of each flower with a dab of hot glue.

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
#4.  Now hot glue the entire thing onto a headband of your choice.

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
And you are ready to be Princess Anna for the day!

Frozen Inspired Headband Tutorials - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Thank you to The Ribbon Retreat for inviting us over here today!
(And really…their flowers are well, worth melting for….they really are fabulous!)

And to find out more about these princess inspired looks and how to make these ruffled skirts you can click on over to our blog (Simple Simon and Company) today and get all of the details.

Thanks!
-liZ


Thank you liZ! These gorgeous headbands have me wanting to build a snowman and climb a gigantic ice staircase. Your talent is incredible, and your headbands and matching outfits stunning! To see more AMAZING talent by this sweet lady and her adorable sister-in-law, make sure to check out their blog Simple Simon and Company.

Headbands are some of the funnest hair accessories to make with pre-made flowers and other fun embellishments clustered together into a fabulous arrangement! Check out these other adorable Cluster Headbands you are sure to love!

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When I am crafting away, I am quite often inspired by movies, music, books, etc. What inspires your crafty ideas?

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4 Comments

  1. Posted November 26, 2014 at 7:51 pm | Permalink

    I love these! You have the best ideas!

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted November 28, 2014 at 10:25 am | Permalink

      Thank you so much Kyla! You are awesome! Have a wonderful day and thank you again! Michelle 🙂

  2. Posted December 1, 2014 at 11:05 am | Permalink

    I love these!! My daughter is just three months old, but I see these in her future!! Thanks for linking up at the Motivational Monday link party last week! Hope you’ll join us again this week!

    Danielle
    SewMuchCrafting.com

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted December 1, 2014 at 1:20 pm | Permalink

      Hi Danielle! Thank you so much! These fun headbands would look incredible on your little baby girl! They are so fun to make and so easy! We will see you at your party again for sure! Thank you again! Michelle 🙂

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