I know everyone has already made a flower headband, but I was never fully convinced up until now. This tutorial is self-explanatory, and as easy as gluing fake flowers to a plastic headband. The fun part is that you can customize it in any way you want, and even though we may all use the same method, the results will be unique and personal. I picked these particular flowers because they looked like peony blooms, although who can tell with these plastics? And I finally got the change to use my glue gun, which has been sitting in a corner all winter long.
What you need:
DIY flower headband:
Start by warming up your glue gun. Meanwhile, cut off the blooms off your fake flowers. Glue the blooms to your headband one by one. I glued a row of flowers on top, from ear to ear, and then another row towards the front side. I filled the blanks with tiny white blooms (which came in the same bunch of fake flowers) and let it dry off.