I recently got the chance to review some amazingly adorable baby headbands for the blog. I absolutely love dressing my little one up in headbands and hairclips, and all the cute stuff, but Abbey pretty much just likes to get her picture taken and then I find the hair accessories later stuffed in drawers and under furniture. It’s sort of sad for a mom who’s a hairstylist, that her kid hates having her hair done, but what do you expect? It’s sort of just my luck.
Anyway, for the little bit of time that Abbey actually wore these headbands, she looked adorable. She’s got quite the noggin, so some were a bit tighter and better fitting than others, but for kids with small heads, or babies under 2 years old, these would be a perfect gift, or even a great photo prop for budding baby photographers.
The headbands from Crocheted Baby Headbands are well made, on FOE elastic, and are very stretchy and forgiving. I loved the styles sent to us, especially this cute little yellow bow. It’s so very Disney Princess!
My little model baby actually really enjoyed posing for these photos! Hahaha Hello Ford Agency!
This red one would be so perfect for Christmas!!! I love the big red flower and the pearls.
This one was my favorite, I loved the dahlia style flower with the snowflake rhinestone center. Abbey called this headband her “Frozen Flower” and wanted to actually wear it for the rest of the day!
These headbands are just so precious, and as much as I love making these types of headbands, it’s always nice to just get some to wear without having to put the effort forth. I love that they are well made, and don’t look at all cheap, or mass produced. There weren’t any hot glue strings hanging off of anything, or any rough or unfinished edges. They were just cute, well made and ready to wear.
If you’ve got a special little girl in your life that you want to spoil rotten, enter the giveaway below to win some awesome headbands for them!
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