Flowers in Your Hair: Spring Flowers and Hair Pieces You Can Make

This season, get dolled up by adding beautiful flowers to your hair. Learn how to make several different types of fabric flowers that you can simply hot glue to hair clips and headbands. See how easy it is to turn organza into flower petals and scrap fabric into blooming buds. We’ve also used many of these types of flowers to decorate the house by adding them to our wreaths and even putting a few into vases.

  • Flower Hair Clip 1 of 8

    Use scrap fabric and fold it into adorable flower buds to attach to a hair clip.

    Get the tutorial at Pretty Prudent.

  • Fake Flower Headband 2 of 8

    Pick up fake flowers at your local craft store and use them to make a flower crown. These are perfect to wear to spring festivals.  

    Get the tutorial at Henry Happened.

  • Felt Flower Poufs 3 of 8

    Make beautiful felt flower poufs, like the red one, to attach onto a felt flower headband or hair clip.

    Get the tutorial at Babble.

  • Daisy Hair Clip 4 of 8

    Cut out your petals and sew them together with an adorable button. Cluster a few of these together on a headband to make it look like a crown.

    Get the tutorial at Pretty Prudent.

  • Rolled Flowers Headband 5 of 8

    Roll fabric into a flower shape and attach to a piece of elastic to make a headband. These also look adorable if you add felt leaves to the back and turn it into a hair clip. 

    Get the tutorial at Pretty Prudent.

  • Flower Pouf from a T-Shirt 6 of 8

    Cut up an old T-shirt to make a flower pouf to then glue onto a headband.

    Get the tutorial at Pretty Prudent.

  • Floral Ear Warmer Headband 7 of 8

    Keep your ears from getting cold with flower ear warmers. Make them in a variety of different colors to change it up.

    Get the tutorial at Pretty Prudent.

  • Organza Flowers 8 of 8

    The technique to make these organza flowers is super cool and incredibly easy. Once you have a few, hot glue them onto hair clips to wear in your hair.

    Get the tutorial at Henry Happened.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

Article Posted 3 years Ago

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