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Rolled Flower Hair Elastic

With summer getting hotter and hotter here in the desert it is impossible to wear your hair any other way but up.  So what better way to wear it than with a Rolled Flower hair elastic.  These are super easy to make and wear.

 A little extra something pretty for my messy pony tail.

All that’s needed for these little flowers is some…

  • Scrap fabric
  • buttons
  • elastic hair bands
  • felt
  • hot glue and glue gun

If you’ve never made rolled flowers here are two tutorials on how to make them:

Rolled fabric flowers from My Sparkle

or

Sugar Bee Crafts has a great video tutorial

Add a felt circle to the backside of your rolled fabric flower to cover the bottom.  Apply your elastic hair band with some more glue and a small strip of felt to cover the elastic.

A new pretty for your hair…

 Hope you like and let me know if you have any questions…

I’d be more than happy to help.

Have a good one!


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Comments

  1. SOOOO pretty! I pinned it! 🙂

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  2. very cute!

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  3. Very nice idea and lovely to see !

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  4. Love making those flowers for my scrapbooking too… thanks for sharing will have to try them for my grandduaghers hair and who know maybe one for me too!!! Hugs!

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  5. feminine! I love that

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  3. […] Pin the other end of elastic with a safety pin and try it on and adjust fit.  Place other end of elastic in and stitch in place.  For this headband I made a small 2″ tab and some lace to pleat in the center of my headband.  Wrap tab over headband and stitch in place through all fabric.  The other pleated headband was folded the same was except I ripped my cotton fabric to get a frayed look.  Then just wrapped it around a few time and tied it in a knot.  As for the flower that was just sewn to the top of the headband.  You can find instructions for fabric flowers here. […]

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