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Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 4 years
I watched Miriam put it together, and it really is an easy project. Would love to see photos if anyone does this!
mistylimepink mistylimepink 4 years
thanks for sharing this. I think I'm goinna give it try
GummiBears GummiBears 4 years
I might give this a try because most of the cheap (in price) headbands are blah to me or looks childish. They cost less than 50 cents since it is on clearance so nothing major if it doesn't come out as planned.
Miriam-Lacey Miriam-Lacey 4 years
Hi LilyBelleLocks!I used Speedball spray adhesive and it wasn't bad —not too smelly. If you just want to glue feathers and bobs on (not doing the whole rolling in gilt), there are also these awesome things called Glue Dots you can get at a craft store. No smell, super easy to handle, and they really hold things :) I use them constantly!
Miriam-Lacey Miriam-Lacey 4 years
Hi LilyBelleLocks! I used Speedball spray adhesive and it wasn't bad —not too smelly. If you just want to glue feathers and bobs on (not doing the whole rolling in gilt), there are also these awesome things called Glue Dots you can get at a craft store. No smell, super easy to handle, and they really hold things :) I use them constantly!
lilybellelocks lilybellelocks 4 years
This is a great idea, what kind of adhesive spray did you use? I've got lots of spare little feathers and these would be fun to make as gifts. I'm pretty sensitive to anything smelly glue wise, so wondering if there's a safe spray or if there's anything you'd recommend :)Thanks :) LilyBelleLocks
lilybellelocks lilybellelocks 4 years
This is a great idea, what kind of adhesive spray did you use? I've got lots of spare little feathers and these would be fun to make as gifts. I'm pretty sensitive to anything smelly glue wise, so wondering if there's a safe spray or if there's anything you'd recommend :) Thanks :) LilyBelleLocks
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