Pocahontas Headband - Silver


So here's a funny story... when I was little, I once lost a tooth while my sister and I watched Pocahontas. For some reason, I made a connection between the two and whenever my tooth was super loose, my sister and I would watch Pocahontas and I'd sit there wiggling and wiggling willing it to come out. I saw these metal leaves and immediately thought of Pocahontas and used them to make a headband with the leaves looking as if they were blowing in the wind.Ê

At Project6nyKids, we have a few categories of accessories, such as hard headbands, adjustable wraps, clips, wreaths, bowties and more!

Our adjustable wraps can fit basically all head sizes since they are adjustable, so they are great for baby, toddler, and children with glasses that don't like having a hard headband behind their ears.

Most children begin transitioning to hard headbands at around age 4 or 5. Some great started headbands are the Rosebud, Heather, Floral Crown, and Ava styles as those are lighter weight.

Some of our headbands have rubber end caps and small tags, so for young children please make sure they are supervised when wearing the accessories.

Our clips are great for all ages and many work as bowties as well! If a product is listed as a bowtie, it might actually have an alligator claw clip and therefore, can be used as a hair clip, too!

Our wreaths are mostly found in our wedding collection and are great for most ages. If you are putting a pearl wreath (or any pearl item) on a child under 3, please be sure to watch them carefully.

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