Print the signs and cut to size (5″x7″). You can frame them, use easels, hang them on a wall, whatever works best for you!
Print the size tags and cut along guide lines. Each tag should have a size and space to write who it is from. Have each guest fold their tag around the headband and secure the ends with a staple or tape.
- Use a different color for each size – this will make it easier for guests to pick the right tag and help mom pick the right headband for baby later on.
- I like to use different shades of one or two coordinating colors.
- I like this package for pinks because even the brightest isn’t too overwhelming: Recollections Cardstock Paper, 8 1/2″ X 11″ Pink Buttons
- I found that buying a kit with all of the pieces to make headbands was cheaper than buying individual pieces. If you have supplies that could work (elastic, fabric flowers, etc.), this may not be the case for you.
- This kit makes very pretty headbands. It makes ALOT though, more than advertised. It’s probably enough for two showers.
- Etsy is always a good place to find more personalized kits.
- Other supplies to have at the station:
- Hot glue gun and sticks
- Scissors sharp enough to cut fabric
An easy way to display the headbands at the shower and later in the nursery is with a large picture frame. Remove the glass and run twine or other thick string from side to side. Hot glue it to the back of the frame. Use mini clothespins to hang the headbands. You can cover the back of the frame with coordinating fabric or paper, or just leave it open!
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