Monday, July 1, 2013

Craft Camp Day 4: How to Make Rhinestone Headbands

Hello everyone! I am Abbie from Lovin' Our Chaos, my little blog about life, love and all things craft & food worthy. A HUGE thank you to Carissa for allowing me to be a Camp Counselor! I have been looking forward to it and am so glad that I can share a little of my creativity here today!

There is really no right or wrong way in creating this headband and both Missy Prissy and I created one. I think that this is part of the fun of crafting with kids;  letting them actually do the work and express themselves through their completed project. I chose to use the low-temp glue gun, for this reason.


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Step 1: Choose
Choose what jewels, buttons or embellishments you are going to put on the headband.

Step 2: Glue
Using the low-temp glue gun, place small beads of glue and affix embellishment.
Step 3: Style
Continue on until headband is completed to personal satisfaction.

I chose to use a variety of different colored large jewels and affix them right next to each other, over the length of the headband. Missy Prissy chose to use pearls and different sized jewels to create her masterpiece. But most importantly, have a blast crafting with your kiddos and enjoying your crafting!

About the Author: 

Abbie is the former blogger of Lovin' Our Chaos. She is known as mom to her three kids and girlfriend to her husband.  She loves God, life, big bows, feathers and all things sparkly. She describes herself as a little compulsive, a lotta crafty and always busy!

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