Here is what you'll need:
- Roll of Kraft paper
- Cardstock - 1 sheet
- Cutting mat
- Cutting knife
- Clear Permanent Glue
- Small paintbrush for applying glue
- Baking sheet lined with parchment paper
- Pure Silver German Glass Glitter
- Container with a lid (that you can dedicate to glass glitter)
- Ribbon, any type you like to match your haircolour
- Crazy glue
- An oven (optional - if you lack patience like me you'll use the oven)
Then back into the over for 10 minutes per side until the glue is dry and they've stiffened up!... Now let them cool until you can handle them... Take out the ribbon that you measured and cut previously... luckily you've covered your working surface in case you get a little messy with the crazy glue... I don't recommend getting messy with crazy glue or you may have German glass glitter stars glued to you and not your ribbon!... I've marked the middle as I plan to offset the stars... Lay the stars out in various combinations... see what you like... I like them a little closer together than farther away from each other... Get your crazy glue flowing... use just a dot on the ribbon and press your star on... if the stars are large you don't have to have the ribbon attached fully across them... just a nice solid dot of glue in the middle... this will ensure that the ribbon is comfortable around your head... Check that the glue didn't soak through the ribbon and has stuck to the paper or your table... that would not be fun... if the star does not stick the first time let the crazy glue dry on the ribbon and apply another dot of glue over the dried area of glue and press your star back on... carefully flip over the ribbon with the star on your work surface and your ribbon on top of the star to ensure that the ribbon does not stick to your work surface!... Keep gluing until all of your stars are attached... now crazy glue dries fast but here is the time to be patient... Wait until the glue is fully dried before trying on your ribbon headband!... you also do not want to glue this thing to your head!... depending on the type of ribbon you use you will see the glue soak into the ribbon... I feel like gluing this thing to your head would not be a pleasant experience at all!... LOL!
And BAM!... You're done!... well try it on and tie a little bow in the back... you may want to trim the ribbon tails that are left... or not... entirely up to you and the look that you are going for! :)
Now admire your sweet new hair ribbon and get out and show it off to the world!... and be sure to take a picture of that baby in action!... THEN come and share it with the other nesters over at the Feathering My Nest Facebook Page!...
I can't wait to see your handy work!... xo!