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DIY Minnie mouse headband



Hotglue gun or fevicol
Fabric of your choice

Let’s get started:
Firstly cut the cardboard into Minnie ears shape.My cardboard is not that much thick so I’ve taken 4 cardboard ears and glued two ears together.So now we have 2 cardboard ears.


Now trace these ears over the fabric of your choice and cut it out.When you cut the fabric make sure to cut it 3-4 cm more outside the traced line so you’ll get extra fabric around the edges of the ears.Cut 4 pieces of fabric.

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Now glue the fabric to the cardboard ears to hide all of that ugly cardboard.When you are gluing the edges make sure you glue one side first and next the other side overlapping it for more cleaner look.


Like this make the other ear also.Now for a bow take another color fabric and cut into rectangular shape.



Make foldings at the center of the fabric and take another small piece of fabric and wrap it around the folding and glue it.Cut off any excess fabric and shape the bow with your hand.




Now decorate your bow with beads of your choice.

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Now its time to put all the pairs together:

Glue the DIY ears to the headband and make sure that the ears are 2-3 inches apart.Hold down them for atleast 30 sec to let the glue set.Final touch is to add the bow at the center of the band and for extra security glue the bow to the ears also.

Wola!There you have this cute little Minnie mouse headband.If you have recreated this tag your pic to #lilmunchkinn in Instagram. I’d like to see yours.

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