Why one gets out ones glue gun of course! And some felt and an alligator clip.
Cut your zipper in 2 1/2" lengths and glue the overlapped ends together.
I didn't like how you can see through it and that it didn't lay flat(ish)... see what I mean?
So I folded over that back bit and glued it down like this:
It makes the front of the flower petal look better as well.
Now it's time to glue the petals to the button in a flower shape. One petal had a little too much glue. Oh well.
Glue a ribbon bow to the front of the button to hide the button holes. You could be done here and call it good and attach it to your hair clip. But then what would you do with that tulle? And the FEATHERS!
Get your felt and cut out a piece. I thought an oval would be nice. It doesn't really matter what shape since you won't see it. Oh, and it's about an inch or so big. Yep, I'm super technical today!
Take your tulle and fold the edges in towards the middle.
I forgot to take a pic of the next step but here you would see a picture of me glueing the ends of the tulle into the middle of the felt piece.
Now glue the feathers on. Space them out and overlap them a bit. Trim the ends so they don't poke out.
Glue the zipper flower over the ends to hide them. Then glue the whole thing to your alligator clip or a headband. Wear and enjoy. I love it!
Yes, I'm wearing it right now. In my pj's. So what. It's pretty.