Dressing your little princess with pretty floral headbands or crowns would definitely be something that you immensely cherish. A big flower sitting in the middle of a silk, ribbon, elastic or crochet band or covering the entire part of it may give your little doll an adorable look. Check out the interesting tutorials to know how to make a baby flower crown headband.
If you are planning this for Christmas you could make a big red or green flower against a white background.
Add a showy button in the middle of the flowers for a unique appeal.
This tutorial shows a unique way of making a flower crown and headband. If making it for a baby, go for headbands made of ribbon to give them comfort.
You could also go for one big flower in the middle with many small ones arranged to the side.
For your baby’s Christening, adding white flowers against a white or cream ribbon would give the headband a wonderful getup.
Following the same pattern, you could use any fresh flowers or even faux ones like rose and tulip to design a lovely headband. If you feel that the base of the headband made with branches could hurt your baby’s head, replace it with a satin ribbon.
You can even make a big crochet bow at the center and attach tiny flowers to the sides.
You could make roses with colorful fabrics to enhance the cuteness of your headband.
A pretty pink or yellow headband would fabulously team with your baby girl’s dress of the same shade.
Following the pattern above you could make headbands using chiffon or lace also.
Two cute roses sitting amidst the white lace gives the headband an appealing look.
The daisy trim may be replaced by other flowers in accordance to the season.
A big floral crown for any special occasion would be an absolute way to deck up your little doll.
This daisy floral crown would be perfect for your baby when she is all set for the baptism ceremony.
You could make the headband or crown with faux flowers or even fresh ones for newborns, toddlers or even little girls. The colors may range in accordance to your choice like blue, pink, gold, cream, white, red and so on depending on the occasion and purpose. The size may also vary, as if you want your little one’s face to look full then a big flower would be perfect, while small ones are suited for older kids.
Published on May 11th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs