1 1/2″ Crochet Headbands Wholesale and Cheap!

Check out our awesome selection of 1 1/2″ crochet headbands.  We have brought in 28 wonderful colors for you to choose from.  We sell them by the dozen per color or by the 28 piece complete assortment (which is one of our most popular items on our website).

Just $3.25 (28 Pack is $7.50).  You can purchase them here: http://www.alwaysunderpay.com/1-1-2-crochet-headbands/

1 1/2" Crochet Headbands

These small crochet headwraps are perfect for infants, newborns, babies, toddlers, girls and women.  The hair ties are really stretchy and are great for keeping your hair out of your face.  The colors we have to choose from are red, shocking pink, hot pink, medium pink, light pink, peach, orange, yellow, light yellow, light green, forest green, olive green, lime green, turquoise, apple green, light blue, royal blue, navy blue, lavender, purple, burgundy, medium brown, chocolate brown, beige, black, grey, white and ivory.  Whew, that is a huge selection.  We are the wholesalers with more selection of colors of crochet headwraps than anyone else.  Our prices again are just $3.25 a dozen or $7.50 for all 28 different headbands.

One of the most trending things with this hair accessory, is to add a flower clip or a bow to a crochet headband.  You can make your own using bulk silk flowers and alligator clips for the hair flowers.  Or, you can get some wholesale grosgrain ribbon and make some hairbows.  We have some great tutorials on how to make hair bows and flower clips so that you can make your own.  Since the crochet headbands have a weave, it is really easy to slide a clip through it.  Since the clips won’t be attached to the headbands it makes these headbands interchangeable.

What a perfect way to have something cute to dress-up every outfit and have cute headwear.  Even for every holiday.  If you are going to a Halloween party, throw on a black headband with a cheery orange flower clip.  Same for Christmas.  A cute green headband with a red flower clip is sure to dress up any outfit and make it festive.  A lot of new moms use our crochet headbands for blessing and christening days.  A white headband with a dainty white flower or bow is just so precious.  The great thing is that these headbands are so soft they won’t hurt your babies head.  I remember when my baby was little all the headbands I put on her I felt like squished her cute, tiny head.

Our low everyday wholesale, cheap prices make these hairbands affordable.  We can offer such inexpensive pricing because we are the manufacturer and distributor.  Our factories work hard for us to keep up with the demand.  OEM.  Thanks for looking at our crochet headbands for sale.  Thanks for stopping by.  Please be sure to visit our online website at http://www.alwaysunderpay.com, thank you!

Fairy Princess Wings

Wings

We have a large selection of fairy wings to choose from.  The ones we are going to talk about today are the baby wings.  We had these darling little things made up just especially for photo shoots.

Fairy Wings

As you can see from this picture below, it is really popular to have a baby laying on their tummies or their side.  Make sure they have on a coordinating diaper cover.  I love how in this photo they also decorated and accessorized with flowers.

Baby With Wings

Whether it is a baby, infant or newborn, our baby wings are sure to be a big hit when it comes time to taking those precious photos.

These are also wonderful additions to a plethora of Halloween costume ideas.  Make your baby a fairy or a princess using a wing, tutu and wand.  Get her started at playing dressup early!

Our wings are also fun to wear and also to sell at carnivals, fairs and festivals.  Women go crazy over dressing up their little princess.  Just so you the reader knows, we are the manufacturer and distributor, which is why we can offer such inexpensive prices.

Lace Diaper Covers Bloomers

Lace Diaper Covers and Bloomers

Whether you call these diaper covers or bloomers they are super darling.  The lace ruffles add just such a sweet touch.  Our wholesale, cheap pricing makes these very affordable.  Make your daughter feel like a princess today.

Lace Diaper Covers

At the time of this post, they are just $4 each!  These are very cute for photo shoots with your newborn.  Also, just slip them on over a diaper to cover the diaper under a dress or skirt, especially when it is too hot outside to wear tights.

These come in newborn, infant, baby, babies and toddler sizes.  The frilly lace bums come in red, hot pink, light pink, aqua, lavender, black and white.  Great to use before potty training.  Just makes little girls look just so much like a little princess.

Diaper Covers

Oh, how I wish I had really known about diaper covers when my daughter was a baby.  It almost seems like girl accessories have just gotten cuter and cuter with time.  We have a really great selection of diaper covers for your little infant and princess.  This blog post is going to talk about the ones we call diaper covers on our site.  They are a cotton bloomer with chiffon ruffles.  They really just don’t get much cuter than that.  At the time of this posting the cost is just $3.69 each!  There are some brand name companies selling the exact same ones, made in the exact same factory for about $20 each!  Our wholesale to public pricing makes these some cheap priced diaper covers.

Here is a photo of a darling baby showing off a light pink bloomer.  Isn’t she just precious?  This should also give you a great idea on some photo shoots for your newborn.  Pair it with a fairy wing and she will be the talk of your friends and family!

Light Pink Diaper Cover

We have manufactured just about every color of bloomer just so that you can have the perfect diaper cover to go with any outfit or holiday.  They come in red, pink, hot pink, light pink, lime green, lavender, brown, black, white (great for christenings and baby blessings under their beautiful dresses), in solid colors.  We also have a lot of great color combinations, and also animal prints such as zebra and leopard.

 

Diaper covers are a must when your little girl or baby is wearing a dress.  Make sure that you get a diaper cover to cover up those ugly white diapers.  Especially if you are going to be taking photos.  Diaper covers add just that touch of elegance and class as well.  We have some vintage lace diaper covers that are just to die for!

Premium Pettiskirts

Pettiskirts

We carry a large selection of petticoats, pettiskirts and pettyskirts.  No matter how you spell it, it is the same great quality.  Our premium pettiskirts are made with over 100 yards of chiffon fabric.  Our petti skirts come in sizes 2-4t and 4-6t.  We do not carry a baby and infant size in the premium pettiskirts because they are just simply too heavy for a sweet baby.

Pettiskirts

Please visit our website to purchase one of these darling pettiskirts for your princess.  These pettiskirts go great with a fairy wing to make a fairy princess too.  I know our daughter loved to play a princess or a fairy when she was playing dress up.  A pettiskirt would just make her feel like a real princess.

We love the ones with the black lining on them too.  That just really makes the colors pop and look so fabulous.

New Aqua Lace Baby Hat

Aqua Lace Baby Hat

New Aqua Colored Lace Baby Hats!  We have several colors of these newborn baby hats in stock.  They are so darling and look great with a diaper cover or a romper with it too.

Tutorial: How to Make a Tutu

Tutorial: How to Make a Ribbon Tie Tulle Tutu

We’ve decided as mentioned in our earlier post that we need to teach people a little something about some of the craft products we carry. There are lots of really cute things you can make relatively easily and inexpensively on your own, and we’d love to share some ideas with you.

So, today I want to show you how to make a simple ribbon tie tutu. Learning how to make a tutu is really very easy.  There are other variations on this, you can even use elastic if you have it. I love this idea because you can use any colors you want, just as puffy as you like, and really personalize your own creations.

You will need:

Tutu Making Supplies

6″ X 25 Yd Rolls of Wholesale Tulle(I used 4 rolls–Purple, Lavender, Light Green, and Turquoise–that’s a new color! I didn’t end up using the white pictured.) The amount you need will depend on the size of girl and length of tutu you are making. This was for a 7 year old girl, whose waist was about 24″, and the length is approx. 13”.  You can make just a tutu skirt with a shorter length or a tutu dress with a bit of a longer length.  Just measure against the person you wish to make this for.

Grosgrain Ribbon (I used 7/8″ Solid Purple Grosgrain)

Scissors

Scrap Piece of Cardboard

Directions:

Cut a piece of cardboard about the length that you would like your skirt to be, adding an extra inch for tying and fluff factor.

Wrap your tulle around the cardboard lengthwise. I just used the whole roll, so I’m not really sure how many times. But you can err on the side of caution and just do a few passes of each color at once.

Cut the tulle on one side of the cardboard. This will give you pieces twice the length of your skirt. This is good. Don’t panic. They are supposed to be that long.

Once all of your tulle is cut, you can cut your ribbon.  Use the waist of the girl you are making the tutu for as a measure. Wrap the ribbon around the waist, then add an extra couple of feet so you’ll have what you need plus enough for tying a nice bow at the end.

Measure about about a foot in (or more if you like) to your ribbon and tie a knot. This is to keep the tool from sliding off of your ribbon. This is the start of the waist on your skirt.

7/8" Grosgrain RibbonTake two pieces of tool and fold them in half creating a loop. Put the loop in back of the ribbon as pictured.

How To Tie a TutuNow take the ends of your tulle up over the ribbon and through the loop. Pull tight. The tighter you pull these knots and push them together, the fuller your skirt will be. If you don’t want it too full, pull your knots a bit looser, but tight enough to stay put.

Knotting a TutuContinue to tie knots alternating colors as you wish. I just did a four color alternating pattern, but you can do it however you like.

Tying a TutuWhen you think you have enough tulle tied on your skirt, hold it up to your recipient’s waist and make sure you are done. Then tie another knot in that end of the ribbon to hold the tulle in place.

Now you can just tie a pretty bow in the back, and you are set! Voila, easy peasy inexpensive custom made one of a kind tutu!

I love the colors of this tutu.  I think it turned out so darling, fun and Spring-y! I simply love this fluffy tutu. Making tutus for your boutique would  be much easier than you think.  If you just don’t have time to make tutus, we also carry wholesale tutus that are only $2.50 each!

 

Have fun creating!  Let us know what you think!