Want an easy Disney DIY headband idea? Find out how to make a budget-friendly Maleficent felt headband to wear on your next Disney trip! Scroll for the full instructions!

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When I was at the new Oogie Boogie Bash at Disneyland last month, I got to meet Maleficent and she was glorious!

I’m usually not one for Disney villains, but I was seriously in awe of her entire demeanor. She made a few snide comments about my outfit that caught me off guard and (cracked me up!)

In that moment, she became my new favorite Disney villain!

So to celebrate meeting her, I’m sharing this fabulous Maleficent headband DIY tutorial.DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse | Do you love Disney Villains? Then, you'll love this easy Disney DIY Maleficent headband, perfect for Halloween or for wearing at Disneyland or Walt Disney World. Pair them with a black and purple dress and you have an easy Maleficent Disneybounding outfit!

How to Make a DIY Maleficent Headband

Just in time to celebrate the release of the movie Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil and a fun dress-up item for kids (and adults) of ALL ages!DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

MATERIALS NEEDED FOR YOUR MALEFICENT HEADBAND:

DIY Disney Maleficent Headband Instructions:

STEP ONE

Download, print and cut out PATTERNS.  Lay headband over top of paper pattern and trace the arch to match.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

STEP TWO

Trace two Maleficent horn patterns onto the sheet of black craft felt with white chalk pencil and then cut out.  DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

TIP: Cut all patterns out inside the traced lines to create a clean finished project.

STEP THREE

Starting at the top point of both horns, carefully attach two patterns together, leaving a 2” section open at the base.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

STEP FOUR

Attach the base of the horn pattern to the front and then to the back of the headband with glue gun.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

Here is a detail of the gluing process.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

STEP FIVE

Carefully attach the right and then the left sides of the horn pattern to the top edge of the headband with the glue gun.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

STEP SIX

Trace and cut out Maleficent bow patterns from orchid and neon green craft felt sheet.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

STEP SEVEN

To create bow, attach right and left ends of orchid felt shape to center and then secure with the glue gun.  Adhere neon green bow tails to bottom of bow with glue gun.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

STEP EIGHT

Flip bow over and attach one large and several small bright green rhinestones to center in a circular pattern.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse |

STEP NINE

To finish, attach bow to headband with the glue gun.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse | Now, add a few rhinestones to complete your Disney DIY Maleficent Headband

This quick and easy Maleficent Felt Headband is a great project to create with tween and teen girls in just about 30 minutes.

DIY Maleficent headband tutorial featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse | Final version of the Disney DIY Maleficent Felt Headband tutorial

And there you have it, your very own DIY Maleficent Headband! This is an easy Disney DIY activity to do with friends before a Disney trip, or a quick Halloween costume!

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