Little Brownie Bakers

Daisy Headband

Accessorize for success.

Daisy Belle is the coolest cow in the pasture and loves yellow almost as much as she loves big goals. You can channel your inner Daisy Belle by wearing flowers behind your ears and sharing your goals, too! 

Please note: this craft uses an iron and fusible beads. Have an adult help you when using the iron.

Here is what you will need:
  • • Fusible beads
  • • Large square pegboard
  • • Ironing paper or parchment paper
  • • An iron
  • Daisy Belle flower image
  • • Headband
  • • Clear elastic string

Step 1: Ask an adult to preheat an iron to a medium setting.

Step 2: Tape the flower image to the bottom of the pegboard with the image facing in.

Step 3: Use the image as a guide to know where to put your beads. Fill in the pegboard with yellow beads on top of the yellow circles and white beads on top of the white circles in the middle of the flower.

Step 4: Place ironing paper or parchment paper over the beads and gently iron it in a circular motion for 10-20 seconds to make the beads stick together.

Step 5: Once your flower has cooled down, take off the paper, flip it over onto a flat surface and remove the pegboard. Repeat step 4 to make the other side stick together.

Step 6: Let the flower cool completely, then thread the string through the two holes in the center of the flower and tie the loose ends of the string around the headband to secure it.

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