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Old 01-14-2010, 04:57
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I use 1/4" velcro to hold the headband in place. It works better than my no slip grip which is silicone. The double sided tape I use is Sealah brand or Specialty Tape. There are usually group buys going on for the second one. I would not use any double sided tape you find in the stores. They are not commercial grade as these are. Hth!

Oh, I also don't overlap my ribbon. I just hold it really tight as I am wrapping it and make sure the ends touch with no gaps in the ribbon at all. The only place I have to overlap is when beginning and ending the ribbon. I have to do that to change my angle.

that is amazingly helpful!!!!! thank you so much. yay! so many new things to try. but never enough time
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Thanks for all the tips!
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Thanks for the tutorial! I'm a very visual person so the pictures really help. Thanks!
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I am glad it made sense. I wish I could do a video tutorial to show every step which are hard to explain.
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Thanks for the instructions.
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Thanks so much for the instructions. I have wanted to make some of these.

Thanks so much!
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Those instructions were awesome! I've been wondering about how to make these. Thanks!

Oh, one question. If you want to make the headbands where you can interchange different flower/bows on an alligator clip, would these instructions still work? Since the double-sided tape is on the underside, the top of the headband would allow you to slip in the alligator clip, right? Thanks again!

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thanks for the tut!! very helpful
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Oh, one question. If you want to make the headbands where you can interchange different flower/bows on an alligator clip, would these instructions still work? Since the double-sided tape is on the underside, the top of the headband would allow you to slip in the alligator clip, right? Thanks again!

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Yes that would work since there is no glue on the top of the headband.
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thanks for posting pictures, I am such a visual person and I need to see many ways of doing things lol!
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