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Old 06-25-2010, 09:15
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BEAUTIFUL!!!!! I must have fat fingers or something. I have the hardest time gluing my flowers and felt backing to the skinny Dollar Tree headbands...your Victorian headband is to die for. (I must use a gazillion clothes pins to hold them while they are drying in hopes they don't move) The others are as well...but I think they are on wider headbands right?


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Old 06-25-2010, 09:47
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lots of great ideas ladies. Thanks for sharing.
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BEAUTIFUL!!!!! I must have fat fingers or something. I have the hardest time gluing my flowers and felt backing to the skinny Dollar Tree headbands...your Victorian headband is to die for. (I must use a gazillion clothes pins to hold them while they are drying in hopes they don't move) The others are as well...but I think they are on wider headbands right?
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All those are on dollar store headbands. I used to put the feathers on fatter ones but I love them on the thin bands too much.\

The one feather headband on my model is on a wider fabric covered headband but its the only one I had that way.
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I'm wanting about 3 dozen of these metal headbands that are bent at the bottom. What do you resell yours for? I haven't had any requests for them yet...kinda wanted a few for myself and figured other moms would like as well.

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I just line 'em with ribbon. Some I add bows or appliques to, others I just leave with ribbon. I sell a TON.
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I'm wanting about 3 dozen of these metal headbands that are bent at the bottom. What do you resell yours for? I haven't had any requests for them yet...kinda wanted a few for myself and figured other moms would like as well.
Depending on what I do with them, anywhere from $3-15 a piece. A basic lined headband 3, add an applique like a butterfly $5.
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thanks for sharing ya'll! I just got mine Headbands in the mail yesterday and was wondering...now what do i do with them?! LOL
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Oh my gosh, some serious cuteness! I love all the ideas. I just got some of the ones w the bent ends. I was playing around w them the other night, and made this one. I just put the ribbon right on the metal - no wrapping. Another HG gave me that idea. She had done it w satin.



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May I ask were you ordered them from?
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I got mine from trimweaver...
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