I’m so excited to see what bows you will create for Round 2 for the orphans in Uganda. I don’t have a crafty bone in my body, but you have inspired me to dig deep and find some great blog posts on making DIY headbands and bows. If you prefer to purchase brand new bows and headbands, I have added some wonderful links with a purpose to buy for the Headband Project. Typically, Ugandan girls wear their hair cut very short- I love the beauty of hair all over the world.
This is a special headband project for my Visiting Orphans Uganda mission trip, but I wanted you to know I have a big team of 30 who will bring other gifts and donations for boys and girls! This is the project God put on my heart and I am grateful for you helping me crown more princesses [and princes] in Kampala and Jinja!
Email me if you have any suggestions or questions. You can mail your bands & bows to me at: 1482 Lakeshore Drive, Branson, MO 65616 (attn. Bows For Uganda)
Because Every Mother Matters – you can purchase Tacky 4 Africa Headbands here. “Your purchase blesses the hands who directly make them, our own local economy and helps fund programs in E. Africa that Because Every Mother Matters supports.All headbands are sold grab bag style- unless you happen to catch us at conventions where they are sold or at select salons around the country.”
If you know a wonderful place to purchase bows or headbands- please leave a comment for readers to find bows & bows.
Making Bands: Get inspired!
- Fabric Flower Bows- adorable blog how to
- How to make funky fabric flowers- so cute blog
- Silk Flower Headbands
- I Dont Eat Peas- DIY flower headband or clips
- Lou and Lea
- The Trendy Turtle- Mix of Gerber Daisy, Lily, & Peony [THEY ARE ON SALE!!]
- Pinwheel hair bows how to