Are you ready for the cutest, simplest 5 minute project?
Most of Isabella’s headbands are hand-me-downs from Emily when she was a baby.
I decided that she needed some updated ones. I have been meaning to make some cute
great stretch lace downtown LA and busted these babies out. So easy and cute.
Are you ready for some baby picture overload? I can never resist with her.
Cute light green:
Rose Pink on scrunchy face. I love this one:
They even look cute on big girls:
Looking to buy some of this fun lace? Check out these from our awesome sponsor Lace Heaven. You will need 1 1/2″ wide (or close to that) stretch lace.
I have some great news for you! To make it super easy for you to make your own headbands-
I am giving away an assortment of fun elastic lace to one lucky reader!
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Giveaway open to U.S. Residents only (sorry international readers)
Around 3/4 yard 1 1/2″ stretch lace (width can be slightly less or more)
1. On one end of the lace, create a rounded edge by trimming around the lace pattern.
2. Take your child’s head measurement, and add 5″. Cut.
3. Round the edge of the other end of your lace.
4. Now you will tie your headband in a square knot. I tried to take photos of me doing it. If these don’t make sense, here is a tutorial for tying a sash but same idea.