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Ruffled Tulle Headband, YouTube Thursday

Ruffled Tulle Headband, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Welcome to YouTube Thursday! What a fun day of the week, where we get to party with a fun and always super creative project via video! I looked forward to these great video tutorials every week and today is no exception. Today’s video is all about ruffled tulle, and who doesn’t love ruffles and tulle? I love to create fabulous projects with tulle, because it is so versatile. You can make the cutest crafts for your home or the most adorable hair accessories for your little sweetie or one for you as well! And for that reason alone, tulle just happens to be one of my favorite craft supplies of all time! So, without further ado…let’s get crafting!

Supplies:

Spool of Tulle
Pearls (or any embellishment)
Headband
Felt Circles (small ones)
Needle and Thread
Scissors
Ruler
Hot Glue Gun

American Beauty
Ivory Pearlies
Headband Button
Enjoy the show!

With a combination of tulle, pearls AND ruffles, you can’t go wrong! This Ruffled Tulle Headband has got to be one of the funnest hair accessories out there. I love that you can make one of these adorable headbands in any color you want, and you can even use some of The Ribbon Retreat’s glimmer tulle to make a dazzlie headband that shimmers and shines all day long! Thank you Shirley for sharing this fabulous video tutorial and this fun headband!

Video tutorials are a great way to learn how to make hair accessories and other fun crafts for yourself, family or friends. The Ribbon Retreat has an entire YouTube Channel full of video tutorials created entirely with the crafter in mind and helping all levels of craftiness learn how to create professional looking hair bows, accessories and so much more! To see all of our video tutorials, make sure to visit our incredible YouTube Channel HERE! When you visit our channel, make sure to subscribe and give us a big thumbs up!

Today’s video tutorial was so much fun and that headband is way too cute for words! Here are a few other great video tutorials that at the end of the video will leave you with a finished project you are sure to love!

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How To Make A Double and Triple Bow Tie Bow, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Pony O Cheer Bow Streamer, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Happy Creating & Happy YouTube Thursday!
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6 Comments

  1. Pat C.
    Posted March 19, 2015 at 3:59 pm | Permalink

    What a fun look for spring, Shirley! My computer’s speakers don’t work, so I can only watch videos; would you mind telling me how many times you folded the tulle over onto itself–or maybe it would be easier to tell me how many inches wide it was after folding it? It looks as if it’s about 3 inches, but I can’t be sure.

    Thank you for sharing your idea for a sweet and easy-to-make (yay!) headband! xoxo

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted March 19, 2015 at 8:00 pm | Permalink

      Hi Pat! Thank you so much! I am sorry about your speakers…major bummer! The size of Shirley’s bow is 4 inches. She used the following formula to determine how much tulle to use: (however long you want your headband to be x 12) + 1 = length to cut tulle. So, in Shirley’s case she cut her tulle at 13 inches. Then she cut 8 pieces of 13 inch stripes to achieve her desired thickness. Before she started stitching her tulle; however, she actually ended up trimming about an 1 1/2 inches off the edge of her tulle so it wouldn’t be as thick as the tulle itself. I hope this helps. Thank you again Pat and good luck with this fun headband! Michelle 🙂

      • Pat C.
        Posted March 23, 2015 at 9:26 am | Permalink

        Thanks for the information, Michelle! I’m not sure I understand the part about trimming an inch-and-a-half or so off the edge of the tulle. Which edge–the 13-inch one or the 4-inch one? I’ll watch the video again and see if it makes sense now that I have more information.

        I don’t think I’m ever going to get my speakers fixed or replaced.: ( A Certain Person Who Lives with Me doesn’t seem to understand how often I “need” to watch (and listen to!!!) videos online. Of course, the speakers in *his* laptop work just fine! He even wears headphones! Grrr.

        xoxo

        • The Ribbon Retreat
          Posted March 30, 2015 at 9:39 am | Permalink

          Hi Pat! You are very welcome. Shirley actually trimmed the inch-and-a-half off of the 13 inch edge. I am sorry I didn’t make that very clear. Thank you for your question, so I could clear that up! Good luck with your speakers and with your Certain Person! Hehe! Have a wonderful day and thank you again! Michelle 🙂

          • Pat C.
            Posted March 30, 2015 at 9:48 pm | Permalink

            Thanks, Michelle! This is such a lovely headband–the delicate ruffled tulle is perfect for spring and summer outfits and dresses, and the pearls add a sweet girly touch.

            I appreciate your helpful responses to my questions… and your sympathy about my silent videos! xoxo

          • The Ribbon Retreat
            Posted March 31, 2015 at 10:35 am | Permalink

            Hi Pat! You are so welcome. I am glad I was able to help. Have a wonderful day and thank you for your comments! Michelle 🙂

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