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« on: July 15, 2011 09:55:12 PM »

as rupaul says: hey squirrel friends! This headband was inspired by a group of drag queens on Rupaul's drag race. They called themselves Heather's [referencing the movie Heathers] and they were my favorite queens on the show. One of them is going to be in my city tomorrow for the pride parade and i'm going just to see her haha.

I made this head band in a pinch so i'd have something glittery and dragalicious to wear. I used glitter foam from the dollar tree and some cookie cutters. thankfully most of the letters have rotational or folding symmetry so i could stamp the wrong side of the foam, cut them out, and just flip them over. the only one i had to do on the glittery side was the R but it worked out fine. I glued them on to a piece of grosgrain ribbon and glued that to a plain black headband so i could take the letters off later.



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