Thursday, April 1, 2010

Just in time for Easter!

I almost fell out of my seat when I spied this wonderful craft over at Little Bunny Feet!   What a great idea for the girls Easter baskets-just what I was looking for.  Little Bunny Feet has great directions on how to make these easy hair bows and I stayed up way to late last night putting together a few!

Ribbon and buttons I had in my sewing/craft box

A HUGE bag of leftover fabric scraps my mother gave me- she enlisted all her
sewing pals to save leftovers for the girls craft projects.  This will be project # 2 used with this bag. 
See our other fabric craft here.

 Fabric I found that was wide enough and long enough.

My supplies which included the remote and TV watching!

Wow- these were so easy to put together!


Putting the ribbon on the hair clips was a bit more tricky.  Note:  hot glue is hot.  duh!

The end results with the buttons on.  There are so many ways you could make these hair clips/bows!


5 comments:

  1. I love that you and I both came to the realization that hot glue is HOT. Ouch!

    Adorable clips!!!!

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  2. Ummm... directions, please?

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  3. Never mind - found them. You are so crafty - I ask for directions like I am actually going to motivate to make these. I have a hot glue gun, but no fabric, no buttons, no barrette backs... hmmm... think I am a little lacking when it comes to this project. Julia's just going to have to be satisfied with her mommy who runs, bakes, and cooks... They ARE super cute though.

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  4. Those are wonderful and look great.

    One rule with a hot glue gun is to have a glass of water on the table to stick your finger in when the glue drops onto it. I learned this from a boy in one of my sixth grade classes. I had set up the project and over he came and added a glass of water. Guess he had used a hot glue gun before.

    Mom

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  5. I was equally thrilled when Little Bunny Feet posted that tutorial. The girls will have such cute hair clips!

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