For this project you will need: 1/2 yard netting tulle; rhinestone applique; thread and needle; plastic headband; 3 yards of silk ribbon; binder clips; fast, clear drying craft glue; scrap piece of white fabric (cotton, felt or wool).
Skip this step if you already have a white silk headband. You might be able to find one at a craft store in the wedding section. If not, here’s how to make a white silk headband:
Add a drop of glue to the bottom inside of the plastic headband. Place the wrong side of the end of the ribbon on top of the glue and then start wrapping the ribbon around the headband. Wrap carefully making sure not to get any creases in the ribbon.
Place fast-drying glue on the bottom of the rhinestone applique and on the top of the fabric shape you cut out. Carefully place the rhinestone applique over the top of the gathered tulle netting on the headband. Place the fabric shape underneath, sandwiching the headband in between. Match up all sides and use binder clips to secure in place.
When the glue is dry, use a needle and thread to attach the bottom-side edges of the netting with one or two stitches to the bottom of each side of the headband. This will make sure the tulle stays in place elegantly in front of your eyes.