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Supplies Scissors Needle & Thread (coordinate with fabric) 3 - Cover Button Size 36 (7/8 inch) wire back Wide Headband 18" x 24" piece of fabric Glue Gun ...
Cut two strips of 2" x 18" fabric for the smaller flowers. Cut one 3" x 18" strip for the larger flower.
Take one of the strips and fold the fabric in half width wise and sew a gathering stitch along the unfinished bottom of the strip.
Gather the strip of fabric and tie the end but do not cut the thread. Form a circle with material and stay stitch it in place.
Repeat steps 2 & 3 with the remaining strips of fabric.
Cover your buttons with fabric, use the instructions that come with the button blanks.
Sew your buttons to the circular flower bases.
Cut a strip of fabric that is about a half an inch wider than your headband and a few inches long. Hot glue the half of the fabric ...
Cut a strip of fabric that is about .5" to .75" by around 18" long. Starting at one end of the headband, glue the end of the fabric ...
Figure out where on the headband you want to place your flowers and glue them to the headband. To make sure they were extra secure I cut circles ...
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