1 Minute Flower Hair Barrette
This tutorial will show you how to make a cute flower hair barrette in just one minute. With 2 girls hair accessories were always in demand. So here’s an easy tutorial on some cute barrettes that I made for them when they were younger. While shopping I came across some cute flowers and was inspired to make some flower hair barrettes
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How to make flower barrettes for the hair?
Start by heating up your glue gun. If you paper flowers have a long stem, you’ll need to trim it off so you’ll have a flat surface on the flower to glue onto the barrette clip.
You need to hold open the alligator clip as you glue on the flower, so you don’t glue the clip shut.
I used a dab of glue to glue one flower on the tip and another at the ends of the clip. If you use just one larger flower you could glue it in the center of the clip.
Kept the metal hair clip held open for about 20 seconds till the glue dries.
And there you go…
and super cute 1 Minute Flower Hair Barrette! Such a cute flower hair clip making a quick update to any hairstyle. These flower hair accessories adds a quick addition to simple braids for your little girls, or they are great to hold back their bangs. This is such a fun craft and an easy to make flower hair barrette.
These are so cute. I have glued small flowers (from the wedding section of Hobby Lobby and Michael’s) and pom poms to barrettes but I have never used the alligator clips. I am so sad that my granddaughter and my SO;s are growing up so fast and don’t need little girl hair accessories any more! I have made some for our church Christmas bazaar, too, in holiday colors.
Hi,can I use Bobby’s pins instead of alligator pins
Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.
Love to see more do it yourself hair accessories
Thank you for sharing!
I’ve been trying to find a good glue for a similar project. I’ve tried several glues, including hot glue gun, and that seemed to be the best one, once I changed to a hi-temp gun. However, one pin did lose its charm.
Did you have a problem with the flower falling off?
Nice idea, Maryann!!! You can get different hair barrette by this way.
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Hello beautiful! Super cute. Pinned and tweeted. Thank you for being a part of our party and we hope to see you on Monday at 7 pm. We can’t wait to party with you! Happy Valentines’ Day! Lou Lou Girls
I love these! Super cute!! I would love for you to share your stuff on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday-Link Party that starts tomorrow!! I would love to have you!! https://www.cookinandcraftin.com/my-2-favorite-things-on-thursday-link-party-6/