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24 December, 2012

DIY: Spike and Chain Headband





Ever since I cut my hair I'm addicted to these beauties. It's easy, inexpensive and a different look for every occasion.  So I thought about doing a DIY to share with you. 


You will need
Elastic
Needle & thread
Ribbons/ Trims/ Chains/ Studs/ Spikes


First up the measurements. Measure your ribbon or chain around your head, line it up and leave a gap of approximately 10 cm open for your elastic. 


If you want to embellish your ribbon now is the time. I'm going for a spikey headband. The spikes are 5 cm apart. Make sure you leave at least 6 cm at the ends of your ribbon.



Now for the elastics. Cut the elastic in 16 cm strands and knot it. To cover the knot you need a 2 cm piece of ribbon and hand sew it over the knot. You can also glue it.



Last part. Take your ribbon and hand sew the ends to your elastic.




Et Voila You're done


Idea!

Look around for some old necklaces, ribbons and stones and create a new accessory




Are you inspired? Share yours!
Have Fun 
X




12 comments

  1. Leuk idee! En het staat je ook heel mooi!

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    1. Dankje! Ook echt vet makkelijk om te maken!

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  2. wow..so cute!!! love these headbands alot

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  3. For one i love your hair, I think about going back to my permed hair and short cut like everyday! haha, But I love all of these headbands I think i can pull a lot of them off with my hair still. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank You! haha I also switch a lot, long weave then short again. Don't know anymore. Yes deff you should try the DIY! X

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  4. Wow love them so much!!! You look so beautiful with your heandbands <3

    Kisses, Elly from TSCP
    Instagram: ellyg91

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  5. Nichieeeee ben ik haarsites aan t bekijken zie ik jou ineens voorbij komen! Leuk pop! Xxx Wen ( en je haar is cute!! Next step=natural ;-)

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