Chocolate Bunny Headband Tutorial
What you need-
Satin elastic, enough to go around the head
Felt of choice (the higher quality your felt the longer your headband will last). I used pink and brown (obviously)
Ric Rack (I used white)
Coordinating embroidery floss with needle and basic running stitch skill (seriously, nothing complicated about this step so don't fret)
Favorite glue (I use Fabri-Tac)
Bit of very thin ribbon for bow on bunny
Print and cut out the templates. You will need to cut out one bunny and two backplates.
I didn't take a ton of photos because this is really quite easy to assemble. First, with one of your backplates, glue the ric rack around the backside to create the scallop on the front. Using your backplate colored embroidery thread, run a stitch along the outside catching bits of the ric rack to further secure it. Then with your bunny colored thread, secure your bunny to the backplate.
Tie yourself a tiny bow (use a long ribbon and trim down once your bow is tied, much easier than trying to tie a tiny bow with a tiny ribbon). Tack it down to your bunny.
With your bunny face down, attach one end of your elastic with your glue of choice, then overlap a bit and attach the other end. The overlap will cause your headband to become a bit snug and stay in place since we cut it to the size of our head to start.