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QuicKutz Festive Thanksgiving Headband!

If you have children, grandchildren, or a great desire to be an Indian, then the QuicKutz feather headband is right up your alley! I was only mildly excited when I got this because my first thought was, “Well, alright, but I could make a feather headband myself.” First of all, the one I made was not very cute and it wasn’t well received by the little ones in my house. I’m sure their younger-than-three minds were thinking, “Gee Mom, thanks for cutting up another piece of paper and taping it to my head”. Not cute.

Well, I was very excited to try this one out when I realized that I had to teach the letter “I” to my kids at joy school. It couldn’t have been better timing. It only took me a couple of minutes to cut out everything I needed and these dies are adorable to boot!

How were they received by the crowd you ask? Amazingly well! Everyone HAD to wear them the entire school hour. My little Claire wore hers the whole time and ruined it, was so upset about it, tried to steal everyone else’s, and I eventually had to make her another one. She ran around like an Indian for hours.

Products used:

DC0205- QuicKutz Feather Headband

Cardstock or paper


It will be so much fun if we all have little indians running around for Thanksgiving. You could even do a race for the kids and have it be an Indian race! How fun!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!


3 Responses to “QuicKutz Festive Thanksgiving Headband!”

  1. Carrie Says:

    Very fun! I remember being an Indian in Kindergarten and wearing a headband and paper sack vest! It was SO cool!

  2. doug Says:

    Where is the pants on that kid? Cute head bands though!

  3. Cut@Home Says:

    LOL! Well, you know how 2 year olds are!

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