Step 1: Materiels
-one fake flower (or more, you can use a bunch if you want. Bigger and fluffier ones are easier to work with)
-color changing LED (or any color)
-one small switch
-one battery holder that will hold 2 AAA batteries
-2 AAA batteries
-feathers, or anything else you want to use to decorate
-hot glue and glue gun
-soldering iron and solder
Step 2: Put the LED in the Flower
Check your LED to make sure it works first. Wrap some electrical tape around one of the leads and then around both of them, but don't wrap too tight or put pressure on them. This is the part that will now act as the enter peg of the flower. Insert the wrapped leads through the top petals and continue putting the flower back together, hot gluing as you go. Keep the layers of petals in the same order. When you are done, your flower should look the same as it did before, but with an LED in the center.
Step 3: Solder the Circuit
Step 4: Attach Circuit to Head Band
Using the ribbon, wrap it around the entire battery pack so it is hidden. Tye a knot and a bow or cut the ribbon short, however you want to. I think the ribbon looks pretty hanging down from the headband. You might need to glue the ribbon in a few spots, just make sure you can easily untie it to change the batteries.
Step 5: Final Touches
And of course, you don't have to stop at one flower, you could make a garland of glowing flowers, boutonnieres, corsages, the possibilities are endless!