Red White Blue Braided Headbands – no sew!

Are you looking for a fun and easy summer project?  I’ve got a great one for you today – and it’s even a video tutorial.  All about how to make a No-Sew Braided Headband:

I’ve done a no-sew braided headband in the past, but I’m excited to showcase one again – this time around it’s patriotic, which is super fun, AND it’s a video tutorial, filmed live, which is always fun.  For you pinners out there:

I used ripped strips of fabric for mine – I love the texture that the frayed edges gives:

Here’s one secret to the no-sew – tied hair ties:

Anyways, I’m sure you can’t wait to see how to make yourself one.  Or to listen to me ramble to myself (which was actually take two, since I did a whole video tutorial without hitting the “start recording” button!)
So, enjoy!!  here’s the tutorial:

It’s a great summer accessory, for kiddos and adults.  It’ll be a go-to headband in our house.

If you love braided headbands, here are a few others:

If you love Red White Blue Projects, check out more from The Creative Buzz:

1. Paint Dipped Milk Bottles from Tied Ribbon
2. Red, White & Blue Sugar Cookies from Made to be a Momma
3. Nursery Reveal from Carissa Miss
4. Red White & Blue Layered Cake from Just Us Four
5. Fresh Berries & Cream Panna Cotta from Handmade in the Heartland
6. Flag Bunting from Seven Thirty Three
7. Red, White and Blue Wood Shim Art from All Things with Purpose
8. Patriotic Funfetti Cupcakes from This Silly Girl’s Life
9. Berries & Cream White Chocolate Bark from Do Small Things with Love
10. Red White & Blue Braided Headband from Sugar Bee Crafts
11. Red White & Blue T-Shirt Scarf from One Krieger Chick



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