Princess & Me: Rapunzel’s Flower Headband

Like most princesses, Rapunzel loves nature. In fact, while trapped in her tower, she would pick beautiful flowers off the vines outside and braid them into her hair. Unfortunately, during the wintertime the beautiful forest is replaced by a snowy wonderland without a flower to be found. It is during those frosty seasons that a flower headband is the next best thing!

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Using only three simple materials and three easy steps, you can create a colorful headband just like Rapunzel’s to last all season long! Let’s get started.

Step One: Gather your materials.

You will need:

  • Fabric glue

  • Artificial flower buds (in assorted colors and sizes)

  • 1 headband (headbands with a smooth surface work best)

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Step Two: One by one, use fabric glue to attach the flower buds onto the surface of the headband. It is best to slightly layer different sizes and colors of flowers so there are overlaps. Lightly hold each flower for several seconds after gluing to ensure it will stick.

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Step Three: Sing the magic incantation to ensure your flowers will stay beautiful and vibrant all season long! After you finish the following incantation, let your headband dry for several hours.

“Flower gleam and glow. Let your powers shine. Make the clock reverse. Bring back what once was mine. Heal what has been hurt. Change the fate’s design. Save what has been lost. Bring back what once was mine, what once was mine…”

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Once the glue has dried, your whimsical headband is ready to wear and filled will Rapunzel’s best magic! Flower headbands are the perfect addition to any ball gown.

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Your new hair accessory’s bright colors are sure to put a smile on your face, and to the faces of everyone around you! Now all you need is your adorable Pipe Cleaner Pascal sitting on your shoulder and you are ready for a wonderful day!

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3 thoughts on “Princess & Me: Rapunzel’s Flower Headband

  1. During the dark days of Northwest winters this is a wonderful way to bring spring’s colorful flowers into my niece’s life. The headband is beautiful and so easy to make -she loves it.

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