This is the 2nd half of the beaded Mickey Ears Tutorial
the good thing about this 2nd half is it applies to wrapping any headband so even if you are not making Mouse Ears you can still use the technique to wrap your headbands with ribbon and give them a new lease on life, or to decorate
It is called crafting in bed.
And whilst every care should be taken as this one does include the use of a flame it is actually pretty easy to do (well for me I cannot speak to anyone else)
at any rate you can craft this anywhere however due to illness and lack of crafting I wanted to find some things I could easily do in bed so on my worst days I did not feel like I was missing out on at least a little bit of creativity.
My Own Random Take on expressive florals this flower kind of just happened
Saunders Waterford Paper with Royal and Langnickel tube watercolours, a Twidley Bits card base, some satin ribbon (loving my new bow it all v 2), Pink Card from a DCWV Matting Stack, Stamp it Australia Fiendship quotes stamps, and a smidge of pearl ink.
Not quite like the teachers but I kind of like how they turned out
A combo of Brusho and Royal and Langnickel tubes on Saunders and Waterford Paper, Stamp it Australia Friendship Quotes stamps, DCWV Matting Stack, and Distress Ink. Ribbon from my Stash and my Trusty Bow it all.