Craft: Finding Dory Ribbon Fish Headband

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Finding Nemo is on repeat around here and my kids are counting down the days to when Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory swims into theaters on June 17th, 2016! You should have seen their faces when Step2’s new Finding Dory Just Keep Swimming Water Table showed up on our doorstep! Jumping and screaming may have been involved. I was inspired by our new water table to make Amelia a ribbon fish headband, Finding Dory style! A girl has gotta accessorize for playtime, am I right? Keep scrolling to find out how to make one! These would also make adorable party favors for a fish themed birthday party! 

Finding Dory Water Table Collage 1

I feel a little bad flaunting our water play photos, when a lot of you have been snowed in. When it’s 120 here in Arizona, feel free to flaunt your cooler temperatures right back at me lol. The water table came with lots of fun accessories that held my toddlers attention (this is saying a lot). Plenty of pouring, scooping and creative play! Amelia loved the strainer, where she could lift it over the table and make it “rain”. The water table also came with several characters from Finding Dory, which my daughter also plays with in the bathtub. As soon as she saw Nemo, she gave him kisses and told him that she’d help him find his papa. Oh my heart! 

Finding Dory Water Table Collage 2

MATERIALS

blue grosgrain ribbon
yellow grosgrain ribbon (slightly thinner than the blue)
small googly eyes
hot glue gun
elastic headband or clip

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INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1: Cut a piece of blue ribbon, 6 inches long. Cut a piece of yellow ribbon, 2 inches long. Fold the blue ribbon as shown in the photo below.

Finding Dory Fish Headband 2 copy

Step 2: Hot glue the yellow ribbon around the blue ribbon, as shown in the photo below, bunching the tip of the ribbon to look like a fish head.

Finding Dory Fish Headband 3 copy

Step 3: Cut 2 pieces of yellow ribbon, 2 inches long each. Fold and hot glue to the fish head, as shown in the photo below.

Finding Dory Fish Headband 4 copy

Step 4: Hot glue on a googly eye and cut “V” shapes into the tails.

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Step 5: Hot glue onto an elastic headband or clip and wear! Just keep swimming! 

Finding Dory Fish Headband 7 copy Finding Dory Water Table 10 copy

Have you seen the teaser trailer for Finding Dory yet? It looks so cute!

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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