More 4th of July Hair

Ok, so I came up with quite a few styles for the 4th of July, and quite honestly I don't know that I'm going to have time to post them. We've got family reunions/company/vacations/summer fun going on right now. So... if I don't get to them, you'll just have to forgive me. :)

I have a few spare minutes, so I'm posting this one real fast. I didn't think you would need instructions because there has been similar stuff done before on several blogs. I just changed up the colors for the 4th and thought it was cute.

If you feel you need instructions. It's a kind of a hybrid between this post and this post. Hope you're all having a fun summer!

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7 comments:

  1. I see no ends of the ribbons. Where are they?

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  2. April, on the last stitch on both sides, I just brought the needle through the braid and kinda tucked the ribbon into the elastic.

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  3. i lovve this , i could definately picture this for competitive cheerleading

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  4. I just did this on my two year old and she looks great!
    Love it.

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  5. I love this i think i'm going to use it for my show this weekend

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  6. hi, this is a really cool hairstyle and i really want to try it. my 5 year old sister wants to be a bumble bee for halloween and i was thinking of doing this style but w/ yellow and black ribbons to match her costume :) she has bangs tho and it's a bit hard to get those into braids. any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated :D

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  7. This is AWSOME! Im going to have my mom do this for my hair for Renaissance Fair this weekend

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