Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Lace Flower Hair Pin Tutorial


How are you all today?  It's gloomy, cold and wet outside, but I'm determined not to let it affect my mood!
I've been trying to stay productive and that includes coming up with a tutorial for this oh so easy and cute lace flower hairpin. The fun thing is, it's pretty much free!

Here's what you need:
 5 minutes
A short strand of lace-6 inches should be good
A bobby pin
A small scrap of fleece
Glue gun


Cut a fleece circle just a tad bigger than a quarter.
Cut a small square of fleece as well for the back of the pin. 
  Tie a knot at the end of the lace.  If there's a tail, cut it off.

 Pinch the knot and begin to twist the lace while turning the flower in your hand.
Place a dab of hot glue on the round fleece.  Try to use the nose of it to spread it around a bit.
Then, place your flower onto the fleece. There may be some room for more lace.  Put a little bit of glue along the raw edge and twist the lace around until it's filled in.  Cut off the tail.
Place the little square inside the end of the bobby pin.  The bumpy edge should face up.
Place a dab of glue on the lower half of the fleece backing of the flower.  Press the bobby pin onto the glue.  

 I also made a pin with the same method.  I wanted the lace to show so I twisted the lace more loosely than I did with the hairpins.  I glued three pearl buttons to the center.  Cute for Easter.   Would make a cute gift set, don't you think???

 You can do the same thing with any fabric and get a cute rosette!


 Here are links to some other cute hair pin tutorials:
Paper Rose Hairpin
Rosette Hair Clips/Pins
Pinwheel Bobby Pin
Flower Bouquet Bobby Pin

Tip Junkie handmade projects





11 comments:

  1. What a great tutorial! Please stop by and share this at my Share the Wealth Wednesday Link Party at www.laughloveandcraft.com

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  2. Thanks for the other links too...I am making flower hair pins for a favor for a bridal shower I am helping throw in June. So I am trying to figure out the quickest easiest way to make them.

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  3. plenty of lace and bobby pins on hand....would look oh so dainty in the "Heidi Hair" :)

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  4. I just threw away a piece of black lace. I am for sure going to dig it out of the trash now!! =)

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  5. Very pretty! Doesn't seem to hard either. I may have to try this for my daughter. Thanks!
    -FringeGirl

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  6. this is a fab tutorial.. thks for sharing! Love it!

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  7. very cute! it's grey and rainy here too but at least it's a bit warmer out today!!!

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  8. So cute!!

    Thank you for linking up to What I Whipped Up Wednesday! xo

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  9. aw this is so cute! i love how they all coordinate :) I'd love for you to link this up to my link party, Your Girlish Whims! http://mygirlishwhims.blogspot.com/2011/04/your-whims-wednesday-4-and-features.html

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  10. Rebecca, sorry I missed your linky party yesterday! I will put it up next week ;)

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