I have had a bad case of cabin fever. I've wanted to get out of the house, but haven't wanted to make my infant leave too much during the winter. The park is too cold, the only places warm enough are stores, or the library. And as anyone of multiple children know, each child doubles the shopping time.
To help prevent cabin fever, I have gone back to my crafting ways. I wasn't going to do any projects the first couple of months of my daughter's life, because I didn't want too much on my plate. But there is only so much reading and watching movies I can take as a shut in. So I've started making stuff again. Girly Stuff!
I made HEADBANDS! (Some people I'm related to, do not like little girls in headbands. I love them! Assuming they don't leave read elastic marks on their head, I think that is sad.) I made the fat nylon headband.
And we also have the skinny elastic headband. I had planned to make headbands before she was born, but christmas crafts were more timely.And all sorts of different flowers to attach to the top.
Here is the purple collection. Obviously she does not have hair for the plain clips, but I was in the mood.