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Old 08-25-2010, 02:15
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Question thin metal headbands

i have a bunch of shows coming up really soon, one starts next wed. and i need some ideas of what i can do with these really thin headbands that i picked up at the dollar store..... could you post some pics so i can see??? i have no idea what i want to do with them, something simple.
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Old 08-25-2010, 02:20
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how do you cover them?? i was thinkin about adding a bow to them but do you think they would have to be covered???
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Old 08-25-2010, 02:55
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how do you cover them?? i was thinkin about adding a bow to them but do you think they would have to be covered???
Are they painted? I take the colored ones, don't line them with anything, add a flower in the same shade (or coordinating shade) and attach with a felt circle behind it. They sell really well for me.
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Old 08-25-2010, 03:13
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awesome!!! yes they are the colored ones so i think maybe i will try making some cute ribbon flowers and maybe some bowtie bows...maybe even just an applique and add that to them... but what to charge?????
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Old 08-25-2010, 03:47
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This is mine. I'm not crazy about them ( I hate the ends of these headbands) but I sell them for 5.00
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This is mine. I'm not crazy about them ( I hate the ends of these headbands) but I sell them for 5.00
They are cute! Sorry to hijack, but how do you attach the ribbon to yours? I'm not having much luck w mine staying on. Double sided tape is too wide, but hot glue didn't hold in the long run.

Here is one of my sequin ribbon ones, but the ribbon ended up coming off, so I haven't sold any . Maybe E6000?
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Old 08-25-2010, 04:07
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I think that sequin one is cute! I just used fabritac (that's all i've ever used for anything) but after finding a few of my clippies that had the ribbon coming off, it's making me nervous about using it on metal.

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They are cute! Sorry to hijack, but how do you attach the ribbon to yours? I'm not having much luck w mine staying on. Double sided tape is too wide, but hot glue didn't hold in the long run.

Here is one of my sequin ribbon ones, but the ribbon ended up coming off, so I haven't sold any . Maybe E6000?
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This is a pic of one of mine. I charge $7-8 for them.
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Old 08-25-2010, 05:08
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awesome ladies!!! i was worried about the ribbon not staying also so i think since im pressed for time and really do love the look of the pink flower one im going to try that!! i do love the other ones also!! thanks so much!!!
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i also put my felt flowers on them!
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