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DIY Christmas Ornament Head Band




Tis the season to be Jolly!!!!   I took that to the next level this year and made a DIY ornament headband for my daughter. 

Let me be honest... I waited till the night before her school Christmas program to go dress shopping and so my daughter and I were out shopping till 9pm and then I still got home and made her this adorable Christmas ornament headband!   CRAZY only a little bit... LOVING my sweet girl is worth it.  

If you own a hot glue gun then this headband is already half way done!   Pick up some smaller ornaments and plug in the glue gun and start decorating the headband.   I ended up making two because it was fun and I thought they were so adorable that I plan on wearing one next week before we are on Christmas break.  Make it as simple or as crazy as you want it to be.   Use different sizes for an added dimension!  

I might have been a little sleepy but when she woke up and saw her headband her smile and excitement for her concert increased at least by 10!  :)  

I was so proud of her as I watched her perform her songs.   Hands down her songs were the best songs!  :)

Dear Selah,
You are a one of a kind girl that keeps me on my toes and brings me joy each and every day. I am one blessed mom to call you my daughter.   Watching you scrunch your nose during the program reminded me of your sweet innocent giggle.  I thought you had to sneeze but nope you have the same nose twitch your daddy does... you both scrunch your noses or move your lips when you concentrate....it truly is adorable!  I love you with all of my heart.  

Love, 

Mom  

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