Kimmy | Mind Speaks – creative blog

More Hair Accessories

More Hair Accessories

Things you will need:

  • Hot glue gun
  • fake flowers
  • hair tie
  • or clip
  • or hair band
  • matching felt or fabric
  • Scissors
  • bobby pin

Just pick the type of clip or hair band or tie whatever you like using the most and grab your trusty glue gun and have at it. Just be very careful when using your glue gun because I’ve burned myself sooooo many times. So please be careful. For some, it might be difficult to glue the flower/leaf to the clip so I use felt as a base. Its easy to hide and it holds.

Head Bands

Clips

More clips

I plan to make a how to video for this entry too. I just take my time. >.< Sorry about that. I still owe one for my last entry as well.  Look forward to that and to the next entry. :3

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kimKIM VERA - (view all posts by Kim)
Kim works as a museum Copywriter and helps out with events from time to time. When she isn’t working or blogging, she is probably off taking a nap. Feel free to email her at kim@mind-speaks.com

Hair Ties

Hair Ties

Things you will need:

  • Fabric
  • scissors
  • needle and thread
  • Sewing machine (optional)
  • hot glue gun (optional)
  • Buttons
  • hair tie or head band or a plain clip

This project is great for when you have bits of fabric you don’t want to throw away. You can either make five or six, 2 inch squares or 4 inch squares. I usually make all my flowers with six petals because I like it to be even. I find 4 inch squares are better when making head bands and 2 inch squares are better for hair ties. But you can make as many petals as you want. You can find a tutorial here and I made one here.(coming soon)

I find sewing the ends of the petals easier with the machine. It keeps them in the fold and it makes it easier to handle them. Also I experimented with the hot glue gun and since I’m horrible at sewing by hand this option made my flowers more flower like. >.<

This post was written by:

kimKIM VERA - (view all posts by Kim)
Kim works as a museum Copywriter and helps out with events from time to time. When she isn’t working or blogging, she is probably off taking a nap. Feel free to email her at kim@mind-speaks.com