It's been a while since my last post and we've had a whirlwind of a Thanksgiving holiday. A few weeks before Thanksgiving we decided that since the kids had the whole week off school (which rarely happens) that we'd drive to Wyoming to visit my in-laws. About 70 hours round trip with 4 kids - are we crazy or what? It actually wasn't that bad. The 2 year old was our biggest concern and he did great the majority of the time. We made the trip 4 years ago with one less kid and I vowed to never do it again. This time the kids were so great, that we are actually planning to go back. You can click HERE, HERE and HERE to read about our last road trip out west.
Anyway, on to the DIY project.
Last month my older daughter wanted to do something crafty and asked to check Pinterest. We found THIS post about how to make these cute reversible fabric headbands. We decided to make a fall/Christmas one and to make one for each of the girl cousins we'd be seeing on our road trip. So 3 hours later we had whipped up 8 of these cuties:
We also bought lots of other fabric at the fabric store to make a bunch more in colors to match my daughter's outfits. I'm just glad we got the fall/Christmas headbands done in time, not sure when we'll get to the rest. We might have been a little over ambitious in wanting to make so many.
Fall/Thanksgiving themed headbands:
I love that they are Reversible!
My youngest daughter loves gold, so we made a gold one for her too. Didn't make this reversible or as thick and it turned out just as cute.
Here are some of the cousins modeling their new headbands just in time for Thanksgiving:
Now that Thanksgiving is done, we can officially switch things over to Christmas.
PIN THIS to make your own!