Halloween isn’t just a holiday; it’s a lifestyle. While you may get a few stares if you start wearing costumes throughout the year, we support you. Especially because we know there are other ways to bring a little Halloween spirit into your wardrobe without costumes. That’s where the fun accessories come in!
Headbands are making a comeback even though they never really went out of style. From cat ears to flowers, there’s a headband for every outfit. This Halloween season, you can incorporate a themed headband into your daily wardrobe. This DIY headband is black and white so it’ll coordinate flawlessly with many different outfits. It’s perfect for teachers or for businesspeople who may not be able to dress up for Halloween at work. Or for the Tim Burton Fans out there this could be your new every day look.
If you’re looking for a fun addition to your Halloween costume, look no further. Treat yourself to this adorable Black and White Headband. It’s an easy DIY; no tricks about it.
- Black ribbon
- Striped ribbon
- Black Tulle
- Large Black Brads
- Black Spikey Feathers
- Needle & Thread
- Wire Cutters (if needed)
- Glue Gun
Wrap headband with black ribbon. Use hot glue to secure.
Cut tulle into three 12” strips. Tie strips to headband and fluff.
Cut two 8” lengths of thin striped ribbon and one 12” length of thick striped ribbon. Use needle and thread to sew running stitch along one long side of each ribbon length. Pull thread to gather and stitch to secure closed. Add brads to “flower” centers (TIP: if you can’t find large brads, use buttons instead).
Glue ribbon flowers to the headband.
Attach spikey feathers using hot glue or by wrapping feather wires around the headband.
It’s that easy! The great thing about this DIY is that you can use whichever colors you want to use to fit your style. In the few, short steps, you’ll have a headband of your own to pair with your outfit or costume this Halloween.
If you’re just dying for a reason to wear this headband, we suggest throwing a Beetlejuice party!
If you’re recreating this DIY Halloween headband, we’d love to see it. Snap a picture of your finished look and share it with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! We can’t wait to see how you top of your look this Halloween! Connect with us on Pinterest too!