Lace Headband D.I.Y.

Lace headband 1I love lace, especially this time of year! Today I want to share a super easy technique for stitching up a lace headband. You can do this project is less than 10 minutes! Enjoy… 

Lace headband stepsSupplies Needed: Three types of lace (1 yard of each is more than enough!), scissors, needle and thread. 1. measure your head from ear to ear (just below the ear) over the crown of your head. This will be the visible part of your headband. Cut three pieces of lace this length. 2. Stitch these three pieces together on each end and add a 10 inch piece of lace to each side (this will be the part of your headband that ties under your hair. 3. It's that simple! Wear your new piece with your hair styled up or down. This headband would be super cute with this style or this style

Lace headband 2Have fun stitching up something pretty for Spring! xo. elsie

Ps. This pretty headband was modeled by our bestie, Rachel and photographed by Janae Hardy. ♥ 

  • Hi to all, how is the whole thing, I think every one is getting more from this web page.

  • I’ve tried this out last weekend. Love it! The result can be seen tomorrow on my blog (I linked to you guys, hope you don’t mind?)

  • i would really love to try this out. do you have any recommendations what kind of stores might sell lace?

  • These dye sticks seem like they’d be a lot of fun to play around with on all kinds of things. You ladies are such an inspiration! 🙂

    http://www.insidethebirdcage.com

  • This is so pretty! I think I’ll use elastic for the bottom, though. Every time I try to tie a knot there, my hair gets tangled in it 🙁

    -Rachel
    www.howboutsomecake.wordpress.com

  • This is such a good idea. Thanks for sharing.

    www.Vintagehoneybee.blogspot.com

  • LOVE THIS! It is impossible to find cute double or triple headbands. I am definitely featuring this on my Friday links.

    – Angela Marie @ http://sunkissedivory.blogspot.com

  • omg! i love this, definitely have to try and make some time to do this today!

    xxx
    www.ladyalamode.com

  • This is great timing! I’ve been wanting to make my own lace headband for my wedding, thankyou!

  • that´s funny I just used a similar flower trim to diy some 3D Daisy Socks on my blog 😀
    http://notanotherdiyblog.blogspot.de/2012/04/diy-3d-daisy-socks-im-for-accessories.html

  • Super nice Elsie…cool DIY

    XOXO from MUNICH

    La Vie Quotidienne

    You can check my DIY NEON BAG in:

    www.laviequo.com

  • Probably my first real comment here: I really love this DIY! It looks so easy to do and no one will have quite the same headband =)

  • ah that one is so cute! well done! 🙂

    xoxo

    www.xxtherese.blogspot.com

  • Such a pretty hairband 🙂 Thanks for the tutorial!

    http://stainsofpaint.blogspot.com/

  • so pretty! i love the flower pattern in the middle 🙂

    geogia
    http://swonderfulgd.blogspot.ca/

  • Lovely DIY! I love the headband and will be sure to make one soon 🙂

    ~ Nat

  • What a great idea – and so simple that I think even I could do it! Such a lovely spring tutorial 🙂

    http://thejoyfulfox.blogspot.com

  • So pretty! I love headband DIY’s.

    xO, Vicky
    http://somehowlovely.blogspot.com

  • How beautiful, feminine and romantic. I adore all things lace. This is really lovely. I’m going to give this a try.
    http://shannonhearts.blogspot.com/

  • I made a headband just like this with two rows of lace a couple of weeks ago. I love it! This is such a great idea & they turn out so pretty 🙂

  • So cute! Perfect for spring! And such a gorgeous model 🙂
    Thanks for sharing!
    xx
    http://www.thrifted.ca

  • pretty! so it’s like 3 in 1 lace chain.. whoop excited to try..
    -xL

    www.ame-mayu.blogspot.com

  • the daisies are perfect for spring. love!
    http://blog.tarapolly.com

  • Thanks, I’ve been wanting to duplicate the lace headbands I’ve been seeing in stores for a while! Although I think I will need to use elastic instead of thread around the back, otherwise it will just slide right off my head.

  • What a great idea. Rachel is so beautiful! xo, rv

    http://aneclecticheap.blogspot.com/

  • oh, i love it! a daisy chain that lasts!
    sophie
    princessrhyme.blogspot.com
    last post: t-shirt fringe bag tutorial

  • I heart lace too. Even picked up enough of it nearly 6 years ago so that my friend could make me a wedding dress with it. 🙂

    Love this idea; you make it look so easy!

  • Wow! So perfect for all that vintage trim I have lying around in my collection! Can’t wait to try 🙂

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