You can’t resist making these super cute DIY baby headbands once you see their pictures. Most of them are easy to make and have a detailed tutorial!
Be sure to use good quality and clean material for making these DIY Baby Headbands since you’ll be making these for a baby.
1. DIY Baby Flower Band
Make this cute headband for your little princess or even for yourself with the size guides available at Practically Functional.
2. DIY Baby Headbands – Floral
If you suck at sewing and still want to personalize a headband for your baby girl, this DIY is the one for you. Check out the instructions here.
3. Knotted Baby Head Tie
When your child grows out of her old clothes, use the scrap to DIY a knotted headband in a few minutes. Understand how its made at How Does She.
4. No-sew Baby Headband
Prep up your little girl for a party with a velvety headband, which you can DIY without any sewing. For more information, click here.
5. No-sew Headband
Using two old onesies, you can easily create a pair of such no-sew knotted headbands that too in no time. Watch the video to understand the steps.
6. Knot Bow Headband Pattern
Choose the fabric and design that you think will look great on your baby and get doing this DIY headband here. You can either buy the fabric or source it from your old clothes.
7. Fabric Flower Headband
A little ornamental, this fabric flower headband is apt if you’re looking for a party-style makeover for your daughter. Look here.
8. Pantyhose Headband
You can create this baby headband by using just a pantyhose, a piece of felt, and a glue gun. Cut a strip off from the pantyhose, stretch it a little bit and stick a felt bow to it, that’s it!
9. Fabric Bows
If you’re looking to spruce up an old headband, then this DIY might be the choice for you. Just create some fabric bows like above and attach them to a headband, hat, warmers, and what not!
10. Crochet Flower Headband
In case you’re willing to put it in some efforts in making a headband, then why not crochet it altogether? Find the patterns at Make and Do Crew.
11. DIY Fireworks Headband
Fold a piece of fabric and cut slits in it all across and glue the ends to create the fireworks flowers. Add the flowers to a ribbon as done here, that’s all you have to do!
12. Crochet Headband
Make the best mother-daughter duo by DIYing the same version of this crochet headband for both of you. Refer to this site for all the instructions.
13. Flower Headband
Customize a headband for either an infant or a toddler by making certain changes in the dimensions. One such DIY is available at wikiHow.
14. Satin and Felt Flowers – 3 Headband Tutorials
Cut out little felt circles and glue them together to form a flower; later, glue it to a stretchy fabric! We found the idea here.
15. Cute Baby Headband
Crochet an adorable headband for your 6 months old baby by imitating the patterns in the video above. This headband is easily customizable for an older version as well!
16. Glittery Headband
A shimmery glitter headband will go well with a party dress and add extra charm to your little princess. Customize the color to match with the dress, and your girl is party-ready!
17. Newborn Headband
Use a soft and light-weight yarn to crochet this newborn headband so that it doesn’t provide discomfort to your baby. Understand the pattern in the video.
18. Cotton Bow Headband
Upcycle an old cotton fabric to sew a comfortable headband for any age kid in a few basic steps. Get the supplies and start doing it today!
19. Hydrangea Headband
To do this idea, you need to secure faux hydrangeas to an elastic band at close distances to each other, and that’s it! The simplest way to create a stunning yet pretty headband at home.