Vintage Brooch Headband.

 So I have another easy way to use two different items to create something new. 
The past couple years headbands have become so much fun!

What you need:
Brooch/Pin (I am sad because I use this brooch all the time &just noticed it had a missing stone. bummer!)
Soft headband (so that it can pin through.)

What to do:
Secure the brooch or pin onto a headband to create a fun new piece for your hair :)

If you want to make it more permanent you can always glue the brooch or pin onto the headband. You could even use multiple smaller pins etc. to cover the whole headband and really glitz it up! ENJOY.

39 comments

  1. such a cute idea! i think i have some fun brooches laying around somewhere. thanks for the idea cute lady!

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  2. oo so pretty I totally want to make one!

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  3. This is such a good idea! I have several of those types of headbands lying around... and a few brooches, I'm sure.

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  4. I love it when you wear that brooch like that. You could probably find another stone that's similar and glue it in.

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  5. this is gorgeous! great job :)

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  6. I'm a huge headband fan {trying to channel my inner Blair Waldorf!}...

    Love this approach! Wish I could find some great brooches like that one...sigh. xoxo {av}

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  7. I love this idea!! {You look like Taylor Swift in these 2 photos ;)

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  8. That looks so pretty on you- great idea, thanks for the tutorial!

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  9. this is such a great idea...so pretty and chic!

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  10. this is so so so cute! sometimes I wish I lived in Salt Lake and not Provo, i feel like we would be best friends! haha weird i know but we are seriously alike.

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  11. AS IS YOURS GIRL! Cute, cute, cute. :)

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  12. This is so pretty :)
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  13. great idea!!

    xox
    chloe

    http://speakingfromthesole.blogspot.com/

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  14. That is such a great idea- I love that pin.

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  15. Such a cute idea. I must go find a jewely brooch like that. PS is jewely a word? Ha.

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  17. OOO! that is so pretty. i need that brooch in my life.

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  19. love this!! I have been loving your DIYs...so easy and affordable!
    happy weekend!

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  20. So easy and pretty! Love this idea!! Thank you for sharing it with us!

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  21. what a fun lovely little idea! i have so many cute brooches that i can now put to good use!

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  22. I love this headband, what a good idea! I also love it paired with a side braid.

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  23. this is what I did for my wedding- I'll have to post some picks soon :)

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  24. This is beautiful! I may just have to make one for my self. Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog :)

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  25. drooling. that is so pretty.


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  26. Simple and so pretty. That is a BEAutiful brooch!

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  27. great idea! love it the wispy romantic look with the braid. im crazy for braids right now.

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  28. I love this idea. Your brooch is beautiful. Does it ever get too heavy on the headband?

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  29. Katie, it is heavier then a normal headband would be, but I have never really had any problems with it before! I guess it all depends on the size of your brooch.

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  30. Oooo! I love how you combined it with a braid!! Clever girl!
    <3 leigh

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