So cute! I want to make a dozen scarf headbands, so I can wear a different one every day.

Lately Dollar Tree has been carrying really cute, lightweight scarves for every season and holiday, and we love them!  Heather recently used one to decorate a headband, giving you the perfect knotted-on-top-of-the-head look with practically no effort.

Watch Heather’s video to see how she did it, or keep scrolling to read more.


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So cute! I want to make a dozen scarf headbands, so I can wear a different one every day.

Project estimate:

  • Plastic headband, $1
  • Scarf, on hand or $1
  • Hot glue, on hand

Total:  $1 and up!

So cute! I want to make a dozen scarf headbands, so I can wear a different one every day.

First, tie the ends of the scarf together in a knot so that they make a cute bow shape.

So cute! I want to make a dozen scarf headbands, so I can wear a different one every day.

This will create a loop of scarf.  With the bow at one end of the loop, find the midpoint of the other end and use scissors to snip it, giving your bow two long tails.

So cute! I want to make a dozen scarf headbands, so I can wear a different one every day.

Hot glue the bow onto the headband where you would like it to be positioned – you will probably want it a little off-center.

So cute! I want to make a dozen scarf headbands, so I can wear a different one every day.

Wrap the long tails around the rest of the headband. Trim the excess from the ends and glue in place.  Repeat with both tails to cover the entire headband with scarf.

So cute! I want to make a dozen scarf headbands, so I can wear a different one every day.

That’s it!