Frozen Inspired Headbands

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What better craft idea, for our Christmas in July celebration, than a gorgeous wintry Frozen inspired headband? The Frozen craze is taking over every little girl’s world right now and our shop is no exception! This blog will feature two short tutorials on crafting separate DIY frozen inspired headbands, along with matching accessories to create two unique children’s costumes or outfits. These themed headbands and clothing items make great outfits for dress up, birthday parties, winter activities and events, or just for whenever your little girl wants to feel like a beautiful winter queen or a lovely ice princess.

DIY frozen headband

Supplies needed to make the first DIY winter headband:

DIY frozen headband

Step 1 and 2

Cut your elastic to the length needed for your headband. Use the attached headband chart for various sizes from newborn to adult. Then hot glue the two ends of the elastic together to create your circular headband.

DIY frozen headband DIY frozen headband

Step 3 and 4

Use a dab of glue to add the three flowers to the elastic. Make sure you add the flowers to the elastic seam to cover up where the two ends of elastic met. Simply put a dab of glue onto the back of the flowers and adhere to the fold over elastic. After the three flowers are attached to the elastic, hot glue the felt circle onto the back/under side of the flowers, sandwiching the elastic between the felt circle and the flowers. This will help achieve a finished, complete look. Gently press together so that they are all completely secure.

DIY frozen headband DIY frozen headband DIY frozen headband DIY frozen headband


Supplies needed to make the second DIY Frozen inspired headband:

DIY frozen inspired headband

Step 1 and 2

Just like in the first headband tutorial, you will need to cut your elastic to the length needed for your headband. Again, use this attached headband chart for various headband sizes. Then hot glue the two ends of the elastic together to create your circular headband.

DIY frozen inspired headband DIY frozen inspired headband

Step 3

Unlike the first headband we are going to attach the felt circle on first instead of last. So go ahead and attach the felt circle onto the back, covering up the seam where you glued the ends of elastic together. I placed it on the headband first to make it easier to directly attach the larger feather puff and flower.

DIY frozen inspired headband

Step 4

Next, hot glue the feather puff onto the felt circle. To do this, you want to add a large dab of glue directly to the circle and place the feather puff onto it. (Make sure you glue the side of the felt circle that the elastic is on to cover up that band, which will end up between the feather puff and the felt circle.) Then, overlapping however you like, add the chiffon blossom flower on top of the feathers onto the felt circle.

DIY frozen inspired headband DIY frozen inspired headband

Step 5

You may want to cut off the shank on the back side of the snowflake slider so that the snowflake will lay flat on the flower. To do this, simply use a pliers or cutters to snip off the shank. Then hot glue the snowflake onto the chiffon flower to act as a beautiful flower center.

DIY frozen inspired headband DIY frozen inspired headband DIY frozen inspired headband DIY frozen inspired headband


With that, you have finished your lovely DIY winter headbands inspired by Frozen! To match your newly created headbands with other Frozen-like clothing items, continue to read the blog to find finished costumes and outfits! Below we have pictured two kid’s winter clothing sets to complete each look in its entirety.

This first look is comprised of:

Frozen inspired costume

This second look is made up of:

Frozen inspired costume

We hope your little girl(s) will fall in love with our Frozen inspired DIY headbands and matching outfits because we did. Let them feel like Queen Elsa or Princess Anna during play time dress up, for their birthday party, for a Frozen Halloween costume, for a Christmas party, or whatever the special occasion may be! With just a few minutes, you can create these simple winter headbands for them to wear year round. Our wholesale prices together with our color choices, and selection of products make these DIY winter headbands AND the complete outfits inexpensive and fun clothing options that are hard to beat.

Don’t forget that you can now, during our Christmas in July event, use the code BUTTON20 to redeem a 20% discount on all Plastic Acrylic Buttons, Metal Rhinestone Buttons AND Hair Bow sliders good through July 15th, 2014 at 11:59pm CST.

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  1. Thank you for the adorable headband tutorials! They are perfect for two Frozen-obsessed sisters or bff’s! I love the glitter satin rosettes… as pretty as the “plain” satin rosettes are, they are no match for the glittery ones in a Frozen world! xoxo

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