Colors of the Wind

Hey guys!! So I got a lot of compliments on the Part of Your World recreation sketch that I did, so I decided to do my own Pocahontas (Colors of the Wind) sketch!! I incorporated the lyrics to the song in her hair. I hope that you all like it!! I have put it up on my Etsy page if you would like to check it out along with some of my other works!!

Thank you for visiting, let me know what you think!!


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DIY flower (poinsettia)

I originally did this as a holiday post, but since I am making changes to my blog I decided that this is the perfect time to re-share this with all of you!! It’s festival season and coachella time! Now I am not going to coachella, but I love flower headbands, and I love wearing cute little accessories, sweaters, boots, cute cozy socks, things with sequins, and being very festive!! Over the summer I saw so many different types of headbands, whether it be 20’s flapper style (inspired by The Great Gatsby) or flower headbands!! I was never actually brave enough to wear one, but I thought just in case I wanted to wear a flower headband, I would buy one, and I found that they can be quite pricey. So I decided to try and make one out of flowers from Michael’s Arts and Crafts and just a regular elastic headband. So a couple of weeks ago when I was there I saw some little fabric poinsettias, and I thought they would make a really cute headband. Something festive, yet simple to wear during the holidays with a little bit of a fashionable twist! And it’s really easy to make!!! If you are making this for festival season you can use really any flowers!! Just have fun with it, and you really can’t go wrong with how you make a flower head band!!

xoxo have fun!!

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What you need:

  • Fabric poinsettias
  • elastic headband

I bought my poinsettias at Michael’s for about $2.99 and they come with the wire attached to the back in a pack of 5 flowers. So if your flowers come with the wire attached this should be pretty simple. They also have an assortment of colors, if you want your poinsettia headband to be a little different :).

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Step 1: Line all of your poinsettias face down overlapping each other in a row, with the wires on each flower spread apart.

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Step 2: Cross link one wire from each flower, like show above.

Step 3: Twist the two wires once so that the wires connecting each flower together lie vertical to each other, like in picture three shown below. This will make it easier for you to wrap the wires around the headband.

ps. make sure that the flowers stay overlapped when you are twisting the wires. By keeping your flowers overlapped this prevents your flowers from separating when you stretch your headband to put it on.

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Step 4: Place the headband on top of your linked flower line, and start wrapping each wire around the headband starting from one end and working to the other. As you are wrapping make sure that your are interlacing each wrap with the wire from the next poinsettia, keeping your flowers interlinked, so that the flowers don’t come apart when you put on the headband. You can see an example in photo’s number four and five.

If yours did not come with wire already attached, simple poke some wire through the back of each flower and then follow the same steps.

Your final product should look something similar to the picture below

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Voila!! Your all done, now you have a cute, unique, and really festive accessory to wear during the holiday season! Enjoy!

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