I love the holidays, and I love holiday bling. No, I'm not talking ugly Christmas sweaters, but I have a Christmas bracelet and a silver Christmas tree necklace.
Last year, I made my girls matching Christmas headbands.
They still wear those, but this year I wanted to do clips. I was going to do mistletoe ones at first. Then my friend Brooke came over, and we decided to do holly, instead. To make it even more fun, we did it in different colors and used single-prong clips so we could clip them onto thin, satin-covered headbands.
We started by cutting out the leaves and berries out of felt. I don't know if we're super-silly, super-picky, or super-untalented, but it took us forever to get exactly the shape we were wanting for the leaves. We then stitched a couple of stitches down the center of each leaf. We sewed the leaves together, then glued on the berries and a cluster of seed beads. For the headbands, we had thin, satin-covered ones from Wal-Mart. We took a short piece of 3/8"grosgrain ribbon and hot-glued it around the headband to make a tight loop to clip the clips to.
I made the traditional green-and-red, a classy black-and-white, and a fun pink-and-brown. I love how they came out!! My girls love them, too!