Things you'll need :
Fabric color of choice (I used sheer white)
Hot Glue Gun
First off, start with your headband base and take your wire and wrap it around the headband three or so times to secure it. Create a triangle shape to represent ears and continue to overlap the wire a few times. For mine, the ears are 2 inches in height and there were 6 layers of wire to make the ears sturdy. Hotglue where the wire hugs the headband so it doesn't move around. Next, take your white fabric and wrap it around the headband base first, don't include the ears.
Add hotglue to length of the headband and then wrap the fabric around the hotglue areas. Move onto the ears next.
Take the lace and glue it behind the ears. Instead of putting the lace straight on, fold it over itself every half inch to make it look ruffled.
Using the same white fabric, I cut out triangles which are roughly the same size of the ears. Since the fabric is thin and sheer, I used 3 layers. If your fabric is thick, only use 1 or 2 layers. Then glue it behind the ears and the lace.
And there you have it~ You're done~ Only took me half an hour to make and $5 worth of materials from my local stores. Of course it's all customizable-- you can have bear ears, devil ears, etc. I'll be making more headbands in the future and uploading them shortly. This is the first DIY I've ever made, but I'll be sure to improve my explanations and step by step pictures. ^^
Bye for now~