How to make a ladybug headband?

How to make a ladybug headband?

Wrap the ends of two black chenille stems around your finger to create curled insect antennae. Tape the antennae on the back of the headband, behind the ladybug face. Then bend the red paper strips into a circle and staple the two ends together to finish creating the ladybug headband.

How to make ladybug antenna?

To create the antennae, you will basically just create two tulle puffs and attach them to a head headband with pipe cleaners. I took a pipe cleaner and folded it in half over the headband. I twisted it all the way up and then wrapped the ends around the center of the tulle puff.

How do you make a butterfly headband for kids?


  1. 1Make a butterfly. Draw your own butterfly or choose from any of these printable butterflies:
  2. 2Color the butterfly. Color the butterfly with crayons, colored pencils, markers, or any water-based paint.
  3. 3Cut out.
  4. 4Add some sparkly accents.
  5. 5Glue the ends together.
  6. 6Glue the ends together.
  7. 7Glue the butterfly.

Where is the thorax of a ladybug?

thorax (the middle section which is where the 3 pairs of legs and the pairs of wings attach) abdomen (which holds the excretory and reproductive organs and most of the digestive system)

How do you make a bee antenna headband?


  1. Glue each pipe cleaner to a puff ball.
  2. Allow to dry.
  3. Using a pencil or pen, carefully twist the pipe cleaner into a spiral.
  4. Twist the free end of the pipe cleaner around the headband a few times, and them back around the pipe cleaner to attach.
  5. Adjust the “flop” to your desired look, and you’re done!

How do you attach an antenna to a headband?

What To Do:

  1. Wrap a pipe cleaner around a pencil in a spiral. Do 2 pipe cleaners for each headband.
  2. Pinch the bottom coil flat.
  3. Pinch the top coil of each antenna flat so you have a little circular “perch.” Apply hot glue to your pom pom and stick to top of coil.
  4. And that’s it!

Why do ladybugs stick out their wings?

7. Ladybugs can certainly fly, but when they land, they fold up their wings out of sight under their two-part shell (called the elytra) to protect the fragile structures from predators.