So the first time I made one of these headbands was for my 9 year old daughter to wear to her aunt and uncle’s 16th birthday party.
My husband was actually the one who suggested I add these ornaments to the headbands. That’s right I said ornaments! I found them at Michaels. I just flattened one side and hot glued them to the headband, after I wrapped it of course. Hope you like it.
My little girl named this the snowflake bow. ☺
Here is my December 3rd creation. I spruced this bow up with snowman ribbon and an little snowman embellishment. My oldest daughter said it was one of her favorites. Hope you like it 🙂
Here are the first two bows of my 12 days of Christmas bows. I know ones late, but hey, with four kids, it’s bound to happen sometimes. 🙂 They were fun and easy to make. And my favorite parts are the cute little Santa Claus and gingerbread girl embellishments. Aren’t they adorable?!
Merry Christmas 🙂
This beautiful Christmas bow was inspired by mommycraftsalot. When I first saw this bow I thought, “I’ll never be able to recreate this, it looks to complicated.” But mommycraftsalot breaks it down for you and it turned out to be quite easy. Thank you mommycraftsalot, and I can’t wait to see what else you come up with. Keep them coming 🙂
So after recreating this amazing bow, I’ve decided to see what I can come up with on my own. Starting December 1st I will begin my 12 days of Christmas Bows! Wish me luck.
It’s that time again! My favorite time of the year, CHRISTMAS!! 🙂 So since I live in Gator Nation, I had to make my first Christmas hair bows in orange and blue…GO GATORS!!!!
And so begins my many days of making Christmas hair bows. Stay tuned to see what else I can recreate or come up with!