Shabby Flower Headbands

Boutique Quality Shabby Flower Headbands

Just $0.75 Each!

Shabby Flower Headbands

We absolutely love these shabby flower headbands!  These dainty boutique quality headbands are so lovely adorned with a shabby flower.  We are sure to have one to match every outfit!  We even have one made especially for those cute Halloween photos and the Christmas ones too.  Babies wearing a cute, chic hairband are just so cute.  We have plenty of outfits that would look great with one of these too, so be sure to look around our whole website to see what goodies we have in store for you in our shop. We always have low sale, cheap wholesale pricing that you can’t find anywhere else.

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Girls White and Pink Lace Dresses

Girls white and pink lace dresses!

$7-$11 Each!

Cotton Pink and White Lace Dress

These girl and doll outfits are do darling.  Little girls absolutely love to dress up like their dollies.  This dress comes with a matching darling headband and faux crystal pearls too.  It is really an entire outfit.  You can buy a dress for an 18″ doll for $7.00 and then the matching girls dress for $11.00.   It is such a great price, you really can’t beat it.  Now your daughter can take her doll on a picnic in the park and be matching.  It is so fun and festive for girls to play dressup.  Do you have a girl that owns an 18 inch doll?  If so, be sure to check out our selection of doll outfits.  The selection is HUGE!

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Wholesale Crystal Tiaras and Princess Crowns

We have a whole new selection of toddler baby girl faux crystal crowns and tiaras.

Just $5.00 Each!  Purchase at http://www.alwaysunderpay.com

Rhinestone Tiaras

Crystal tiaras are so much fun for babies and girls.  They are fun to play dressup with.  I mean what little girl doesn’t want to pretend she is a pretty princess and play dress up with a crown or tiara?

Halos are also fun to have for birthday parties and Quinceanaras.  Make your little girl feel special today with our cheap, wholesale crowns.  We have birthday, flowers, stars and just pretty and ornate crowns for girls.

Don’t forget to add some feather boas into the fun if this is for a dressup party or costumes.  We have a large selection of 40 gram chandelle feather boas and 15 gram marabou feather boas.

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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!

Easy Flower Headbands

So, a few people have called the warehouse lately asking what exactly you might do with some of the new flowers we’ve gotten in. Namely the shabby flowers and rolled rosettes. There are lots of things to do with them, but today I’m going to show you one of the  most popular (and cute!).

I didn’t feel the need to create a tutorial on these trendy little headbands because they are really just so simple.I just hot glued the flowers straight onto the headbands. Easy peasy, right? And really oh so cute! You can make them to match any outfit!  Just pick out a few of your favorite flowers, get your glue gun and imagination and you are set.  You could add a little pizazz with some rhinestones too if you fancy.

I made these in Valentine and Spring colors for a couple of reasons. One, because spring just feels like it must be right around the corner (since we have had SO MUCH snow!).  Second, because we are GIVING THEM AWAY!  Just leave a comment on this post with your favorite new girl’s fashion trend, and we’ll pick a winner with random.org three days from now!

These flowers would also be wonderful attached to an alligator clip and slipped through our crochet headbands.  Remember, we have wonderful wholesale products and prices to make such cute, fun, headbands, clips, tutus, and anything girly you can dream up!

Hooray for fun free stuff!  Comment now for your chance to win!  We will pick a random winner on Friday, 2/8/13 at noon MST so it goes out before the mail leaves (if you get back to us with your address in time).  Good luck!! Veronica, you are the winner, check your email! :)  Congratulations. (We had so many comments, thank you.  We had to go through and delete all of the old ones.  Thanks everyone!)

DIY: Patriotic Headband

Today I thought it would be fun to use our marabou boas for something besides dressing up our necks. You can cut the boas up and use them for embellishments on all sorts of crafts. I decided to use a white one for a headband embellishment.

4th of July HeadbandIsn’t that cute? Want to see how I did it?

You will need:

Scrap Piece of Navy Blue Tulle

Small cut off of a Marabou Boa Feather Boa (I think mine is about 5″)

Red Satin Lined Plastic Headband

Red 5 CM Crochet Flower

Some String

Something to embellish your center (rhinestone, button, etc.)

Scissors

Glue Gun and Glue Stick (not pictured)

Directions:

Start by taking your piece of marabou and folding it into a loop. Use the string to tie it together at the end.

Now cut a piece of your tulle whatever length you want it to be. I think mine ended up abourt 4.5″-5″ long. Pinch the center together and tie with the string. Now shape it how you like it and trim the ends with your scissors.

Take your headband and use your glue gun to run a bead of glue along the side where you want your marabou piece to lie. Then place your marabou loop on the glue and hold in place for a few seconds to make sure it stays. Be careful not to burn yourself–that marabou isn’t very thick!

Now take the tulle embellishment that you made and squeeze a dob of hot glue onto the back center. Adhere that piece to the bottom of your marabou loop. Don’t try to put the glue on the marabou piece. It is too wispy and will get glue everywhere (speaking from experience here :)).

Sorry for the white on white–it’s kind of hard to see. But I’m sure you get the idea.

Glue your crochet flower to the center of the tulle bow embellishment.

Now just glue your rhinestone or other embellishment in the center of your flower, and voila! You are done!

This is a super fun and patriotic hair accessory. Great for parades or wearing to family barbeques, picnics, firework shows, or just for fun!

Patriotic Headband

Isn’t this a fun baby headband?  It might be a little too big to be an infant headband, but would look just adorable on a toddler girl!

Thanks for visiting and come back for more fun craft ideas!

Patriotic Stacked Flower

Easy, fun red/white/blue 4th of July, patrtiotic flower clip!  This is so very easy and fun.  These themed flower clips would be great for Memorial Day, 4th of July 24th of July (Utah) and even Labor Day!  Plus the colors just go great together, don’t they?  Hair Flowers are so incredibly easy to make.  You will be so glad that you bought a bunch of our artificial fake flowers and rhinestones.  You can choose from Lilies, Daisies and Peonies.

Red/White/Blue Hair ClipsThis is a fun, fast thing to make with a group or just on your own. And there are lots of different variations. You can use many different colors and stack the petals in different ways for different looks. You can also add ribbons, tulle, or different centers. The possibilities are nearly endless!

You will need:

Bulk Flower Heads of your choice (I used a red and a white daisy with crystal center and a navy and royal blue lily with crystal center).

Needle and Thread (Not Shown–Optional, but highly recommended)

Glue Gun and Stick (Not Shown)

Directions:

Start by taking all of your flower heads apart. You can throw away the plastic stem pieces (or keep them if you can think of a use for them). I started by popping the stem off of the back with my finger, then it was relatively easy to take all of the pieces apart.

Once you have your petals all apart, start playing around with how you want them stacked so you can put your flower together. I ended up with a large white daisy petal, then a large red daisy petal, another large white daisy piece, a navy blue lily petal, a royal blue lily petal, a medium red daisy petal, and finally a small white daisy petal. But, maybe you prefer to show more red than white. Play around with it until you like the way it looks.

When you have them stacked in the order that you want them, line the center holes up together so that you can see through the entire center of your flower. This will ensure that your flower will look centered and straight.

Take your needle and thread and just use a tacking stitch to sew all of your petals together. Now, I said the needle and thread were optional. This is because I hot glued all of my petals together. And it worked great. BUT–I got a big ole blister on my finger tip! Umm..painful!

The petals are pretty thin. So pressing the hot glue with your fingers is a bit dangerous. In hindsight I would have sewn them together. That being said, you can use hot glue at your own risk. Although, craft glue or fabric glue would probably work as well. You just need to let it sit and dry longer.

Moving on–now that you have all of your petals secured together, just hot glue one of the rhinestone crystal embellishments back on to the center of your flower. Voila! Super cute and patriotic accessory!

Patriotic 4th of July Hair Flower

You can glue this to a pin, snap clip, alligator clip, headband, or almost any other accessory. You can sew it to a purse before gluing your center on. Again, lots of possibilities!  These make absolutely darling baby headbands.  Don’t forget that infant headbands make the outfit!

Have fun, and stay tuned for more fun craft tutorials here at Always Underpay!

Tutorial: How to Line a French Clip

How to line a French ClipI never knew how to do this, and honestly never thought of doing it. But my niece had a bow with a lined french clip in her hair the other day that just seemed like it looked a lot more ‘finished’ than an exposed one.

So I decided to find out how to do it. And today I pass that knowledge onto you!

You will need:

How to line a french clip suppliesFrench Clip (this one is 8 CM, or 80MM)

3/8″ Grosgrain Ribbon Piece (this one is about 8″ in length)

Scissors

Glue Gun and Sticks (not pictured)

Lighter (not pictured)

Directions:

Start by taking the center bar out of your clip being careful not to bend it like I did :)

Now place a dab of hot glue on the inside of one end on your clip. It doesn’t really matter which end.

Stick one end of your ribbon in on top of the hot glue pretty side up. This actually may be easier if you put the ribbon in first and then put the hot glue under it once you have it in position. Hindsight………….

Turn your clip over and run a bead of glue down the length of your clip.

Wrap your ribbon around the end and over the glue adhering it to the clip.

Wrap the ribbon around to the back again and under the little prongs on your clip.

Run a bead of hot glue down the length of the inside of the clip, pull the ribbon taught and press it down onto the hot glue adhering the ribbon to the clip.

Trim off any excess ribbon  and use your lighter to heat seal the ends. Just run a flame over the exposed end quickly–don’t linger or it will burn your ribbon.

Now just put your center bar back in (carefully), and voila! Wasn’t that easy? And I just think it really makes your hair bows a lot more finished and professional looking.

Thanks for visiting, and make sure to come back often for more fun ideas and tips!

How to line a French Clip

**Note**This is the 1st piece in a 6 part series that ends in a stacked bow tutorial. The other pieces in the series are:

Step 1: Lined French Clip

Step 2: Boutique Bow

Step 3: Loopy Surrounder Bow,

Step 4: Layered Spikey Bow

Step 5: Topper Bow

Step 6: Putting it all together Stacked Bow

Rolled Tulle Rosette on Sequin Headband (with Feathers!)

Today I am going to teach you how to make this fabulous rolled tulle rosette headband. I think this looks very 20’s flapper chic, don’t you?flappers headband

You will need:

Headband Making SuppliesTulle (I used about a yard length, and this is 6″ wide)

Sequin Headbands

Two Felt Circles (I freehand cut these at about 2″ diameter, we have some felt circles coming in though soon!)

Rhinestones or something to embellish your center

Feathers in Bulk

Fabric or craft glue (I used Fabri-Tac because it bonds well, dries fast, and is clear)

Scissors

Hot Glue and Gun (not pictured)

Directions:

Cut about a yard length of your tulle. Make a small knot in the end. Using your fabric or craft glue adhere the knot to the center of one of your felt circles. Sorry, my photo taking skills could use some help :)

*NOTE* Don’t use the glue gun for this. Tulle is made of a plastic like material, and it will melt.

Start twisting your tulle so you can begin wrapping it around your knotted center. I use a thin line of glue continuously around the rosette. I don’t want it coming apart.

Continue to roll until you have a nicely sized rosette.

Fabric RosetteIf you cut your felt too big and want your rosette smaller, just trim the excess off.

When you’re sure that you have it the size you like, go ahead and cut your tulle off. What to do with that end piece? Just twist it a bit and glue it to the back of your felt piece. When we are done you won’t see it.

Now the fun part! Embellishing. I was asked to use our feathers in a tutorial, and I thought this was the perfect opportunity.

Cut your feathers down to whatever length you think you like them at and use your hot glue and gun to adhere them to the back of your flower against the felt backing.

Now, take some scrap pieces of tulle and glue those to the back of the flower as well. I did use my glue gun for this part because it doesn’t matter what it looks like as long as the pieces that show are not melted :)

That doesn’t look so cute lol. But it will.

Next, take your other felt circle and hot glue that to the back of your rosette. See, all nice and pretty lol.

Now, find the seam of the sequin headband where it is sewn together. This is where you’ll want to hot glue your rosette. Just because it will cover that up for you.

Voila! A fun and funky inexpensive hair accessory!

I made a video tutorial for Youtube on this headband that I did in black as well. You can watch that tutorial here.

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