The Life of Jennifer Dawn: T-Shirt Headbands in a "Snap"

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

T-Shirt Headbands in a "Snap"

Here is the project I have been working on endlessly.  It took awhile because I experimented with a few different ideas, found an easy, perfect way to make them, and then made several.  You can snap different flowers into place to match different outfits.  Click here for a tutorial on making the headband.  If you want to know how to make the pinwheel flower, click here.


  1. Sooo precious!! You'll have to be sure and link up this creative idea at my party every Friday - Fabulous Friday Finds @ Frou Frou Decor! Hope to see you there!
    ~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

  2. How adorable. I love that you can change the flowers!

    This week is my blog anniversary and to celebrate I'm hosting a week's worth of giveaways. I hope you stop by!

  3. SO cute!! A few years ago I had headbands like that I put a ribbon loop on them so I could use different clips....but I LOVE the snap! And those flowers are so cute:)

  4. that is so cute! and it looks perfect in your daughter's curly hair! if i could only get my child to keep her hair accessories in her hair.

  5. Great idea. I love the idea of reusing t-shirts.
    I just popped over from Tea Rose Home's Link Party.


  6. Sooo cute!! I would love a tutorial on this! My daughter just got her hair cut and we are have been looking for fun head band ideas!!

  7. I stink at flowers so I look forward to the tutorial...

  8. This is a great idea, way to up-cycle:) Cute little model too!
    BTW, I'd love for you to stop by my blog for our HUGE giveaway to celebrate 6 months of blogging!

  9. what a smart idea! and your little girlie is a doll. thanks for joining us at a crafty soiree... hope to see you tomorrow xoxo

  10. Your idea is great Cute little model too. She looking so pretty. I am so excited for make a beautiful hair band.


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