I have short hair, so there is only so much I can do with it. I can’t really braid it or do any fancy hairstyles…but I can add headbands to spice things up a bit! I love headbands as fashion accessories, and I love to make them. I recently found 10 handbands that I would absolutely love to make. Click through the slideshow to see my fun picks!
Skinny Ruffles 1 of 10Thin chiffon adds sophistication to these headbands, but keeps them simple enough to wear every day.
Find the how-to at Flamingo Toes
50s Style 2 of 10Create a headband reminiscent of the 50s knotted scarves with this simple tute.
See how it was done at Momtastic
Pretty Reversible 3 of 10Choose your two favorite fabrics in contrasting colors to make a fun reversible headband.
See how it was done at Happy Together
No Sew 4 of 10I love this no sew headband version using faux feathers cut from fabric.
Learn more at Always Expect Moore
Jersey Knotted 5 of 10Use t-shirt material and knotting to make a simple headband that is also very comfortable.
Get the step-by-step at Sugar Bee Crafts
Autumn Leaves 6 of 10This simple headband has leaves made from three colors of felt.
See how they were made at Fine and Feathered
Cute Nautical 7 of 10I love that this nautical headband was made using the cutest red rope.
Get the how-to at Presserfoot
Simple Ruched 8 of 10I love the simple and beautiful ruche of these gorgeous handbands - and it's so easy.
Find the step-by-step at No Big Dill
Simple Lace 9 of 10Two strands of lace come together to make this simple and lovely lace headband.
Learn more at Elisa McLaughlin Designs
Easy Braid 10 of 10Use a blank headband or upcycle one with this cool braid made from fabric strips.
See how it was done at Alisa Burke
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