How to Make a Feather Headband: 28 DIYs
Feather headbands are an unconventional way to accessorize your hair. They are boho chic and flaunt a tribal look. The flapper style headbands take you back to the Great Gatsby era. You can wear them to American Indian fairs and festivals. Choose from the crown, hanging and headdress styles.
Accessorize your hair with this white feather headband and grab eyeballs this summer. It is simple to make and can be completed in under an hour. It requires just 4 craft store supplies mainly.
Learn how to make an Indian feather headband with the help of this step by step guide. If you want to make it properly allowing a generous amount of time for drying, it would take you about a day and a half.
This headband would look gorgeous with a 1920’s costume. The band would look good with plain ribbon and smaller feathers that make it apt for everyday wear.
Measure your little one’s head carefully to get the right size of elastic that you need. The ends of it should be carefully stitched together. Small accent feathers give the headband a bohemian look. You are free to embellish as per your choice.
Feather hair extensions up your glam quotient at social dos. Play around with bright and vivid colors like yellow, blue, green, orange and ombre shades. The tassels effortlessly take you back to the 20s, 50s and 90s.
A flapper headband with feathers could be your best shot for a retro themed party. The Great Gatsby character can be aptly reflected by this jeweled headgear.
Flaunt the red Indian look by wearing this tribal feather headband. You would need construction paper or cardstock, feathers, glue, scissors and crayons for this one.
Marabou feathers, tulle and a fabric flower are the main ingredients of this fascinator headband. Tulle that is hot glued to the band give it the appearance of a veil.
A combination of fabric flowers and peacock feathers look cute on a toddler’s head. You can embellish the elastic headband with a brooch or rhinestones.
You can wear this long headband for Mardi Gras celebrations and don’t complain when all heads turn your way. You can select ivory, navy, brown or other colors for this project.
Sport the Mohawk style by making this headband. You can also tweak it a bit to turn it into a Valkyrie headdress. It can also reflect the fashion of renaissance period. You can choose nagorie, eagle and owl feathers for the craft.
This lace elastic fabric flower headband looks beautiful on infants. You could have it for your little flower girls. It is an excellent wedding giveaway too.
The DIY begins with cutting flat red cord to the desired length. It is then wrapped around the forehead and allowed to hang. Then feathers are glued to the end of the cord. For the rest, just click on the link above. Take your pick from red, black, gold, white and pink feathers.
Showcase your wild side in a tribal party by wearing this large headband. Here, basically, you take a ribbon and hot glue a line of feathers to it. The embellishments look cool on it.
Most of the DIYs require you to work with hot glue. So be careful as it might get messy. It is a good option to have some sort of cloth of stiff paper laid on the work table to keep the glue confined within boundaries. You can use beads, crystals and rhinestones for decorating.
Published on May 9th 2018 by Peyton Derrida