Need to add some sass to your little lady’s hair? A couple of these should do the trick…
Gather your supplies:
-2 small felt squares, one slightly bigger than the other (mine measured 2″ squared and 1 3/4″ squared)
-one piece of, 3/8″ wide ribbon cut to 3 1/2” long (grosgrain ribbon works well)
-some sort of “bling” for the middle of your flower (I used a rhinestone)
-double prong alligator clip (you can get these for pretty cheap at beauty supply stores, I found mine at Sally’s I got 100 clips for about $5.00)
-hot glue gun
-non slip shelf liner, optional (I got mine at the dollar store)
7-Cut a slit in the middle as shown in picture.
8-Cut a slit on the opossite side of your last one. Do the same to the other side. You will end up with 4 slits.
9-Round all the corners. This forms your petals.
10-Glue it all together. Make sure your smaller flower is on top.
11-Glue your flower onto the center of your clip and now you’re done!….unless you want to add some “no slip grip” if you’re making this for a little lady with fine hair.
12- cut a rectangle of your shelf liner slightly smaller than the base of your clip.
13-Glue on the shelf liner to the back of the top of your clip.
14-Now you are done! It can now grip onto the finest of baby hair, even a single piece of thread.
15-Repeat steps 1-14 and attach to some cute pigtails. I love those little whale spouts!
I also made a pair of these to match an “I Scream” onsie I made.
Come drop by my blog to see some other fun projects. Thanks for letting me steal your blog for the day Amy!
Wow- isn’t she AMAZING! I need to make some of those clips for little miss pronto:) Make sure you head on over and check out all of her neat projects. Thanks Kelli!