It turns out that decorate the rim of ribbon and flowers, a very simple and easy. Flowers to decorate the rim, you can buy ready-made or link, such as a hook. The main thing is to have the stem buds, which is fixed on the rim tape.
Also need to decorate the rim itself bezel, thin ribbon, glue and scissors. And, of course, the desire to ochemelymi
- narrow plastic headband (smooth and without teeth)
- mulberry paper flowers – flowers on wire are easier to use than on thread. The headband shown used about 55 flowers.
- 1/16 or 1/8 inch satin ribbon
- E6000 glue
Put on the headband, measure where you would like the flowers to be. You won’t want them in the section that tucks behind your ear. This may also be affected by the way you style your hair.
Cut the ribbon end at a 45 degree angle.
Glue the ribbon end on the back of the headband, let it set up for at least 15 minutes. You want it to be in a position to start wrapping around the headband as close to the end as possible. If you’re using a single sided satin ribbon be sure the pretty side is out. Start wrapping the ribbon around the headband, overlapping it slightly and gluing it on the back of the headband, until the point you’ve decided to start your flowers. Again give this some time to set up. Make sure that every wrap of ribbon is glued in place. You may be experiencing some web-like glue stands, try to minimize them as much as possible and you can clean off whatever is left when you finish the headband. Prepare your flowers by bending the wire at a 90 degree angle to the front of the flower. This is so that the flower will face up when the stem is tucked under ribbon. Place a flower on top of the ribbon that’s already wrapped with the stem on the unwrapped part of the headband. You can use a bit of glue to hold it if you need to. Wrap the ribbon around the stem, and glue it on the back. If you’re using 1/16” ribbon you’ll need to wrap it one or two more times, if you’re using 1/8” ribbon you probably won’t. Add another flower, wrap again. You might need a flower for every wrap, or more flowers/wraps depending on the materials you are working with and how densely packed you want the flowers to be. Continue placing flowers and wrapping until you get to the point at the other end of the headband where you want the flowers to end.