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Mod Podge Headbands

I always enjoy Mod podge creations,today I will be sharing another easiest technique on how you can refashion any simple headband with mod podge..I have shared several headband creations with you but its simplest,
you can find these Previous Headband Tutorials HERE

Today’s headband is perfect for all age groups,whenever i make any accessory,i try to keep all age groups in my mind,because i have readers of almost every age group,& i don’t want to bore my senior readers.
have a look at my today’s Headband

Mod Podge Headbands

Mod Podge Headbands

Mod Podge Headbands

I bought a set of 3 plain red headbands,the First one i have done previously HERE

Mod Podge Headbands

Mod Podge Headbands

you will just need a paper ,some sequins, & mod podge
Simply paste the paper on 1st band & then apply mod podge,when it will get dry the shiny look will be here!

Mod Podge Headbands

Mod Podge Headbands

On the other band,first you will apply a thick layer of mod podge on it & then sprinkle lots of shiny sequins over it,i use two colored sequins,well when it will get a little dry,shake the band a little,so extra sequins will leave the band,when it get totally dry again apply a rich layer of mod podge,so it will be transparent & look like a shiny stylish head band

Mod Podge Headbands

Mod Podge Headbands

I am sure every age group will enjoy this craft,kids will love to create these bands with their personal favorite beads & other things..i saw a headband once on a girl head,that was embellished with painted pasta n macaroni things,i really like that idea,she learn that craft in her school.i will try someday ^(^
I hope you like these & you will try your own..
So have a nice day with lots of Creativity.

Have a look at all of my other Headband Tutorials

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34 Comments

  • Reply {nifty thrifty things} June 17, 2011 at 3:52 pm

    What a cute idea!
    Thank you so much for linking this up to {nifty thrifty sunday} last week!
    Hope to see you again this weekend!
    xoxo,
    Vanessa

  • Reply CREATIVE MIND June 17, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    Sardine;
    Vanessa;

    Thank you so much friends for admiring my idea :)
    Lots of Love

  • Reply Becolorful June 20, 2011 at 4:37 am

    Little girls and big girls that love sparkles everywhere are going to want one of these. Thanks for sharing on Motivated Monday at BeColorful
    Pam

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