Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Easy Spring Hair Clips Part 2

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As promised!
I showed you how to make easy flower hair clips made with scrap booking brads about a week ago. I promised I would show you how to make this little sweetheart below.















So here we go! I'm so excited!
(Oh, and you will have a chance to win all of these clips!)





















I got these babies at Joann's, in the scrap booking embellishments section.

This set has the sweetest little cupcakes, strawberries, and orange slices you have ever seen!

















Here is the glue I like to use for gluing the ribbon onto the clip. It's called Farbi-Tac, you can find it at Joann's as well.














For the bigger embellishments like the cupcakes, I like to use the alligator hair clips. You can get these at places like Sally's Beauty.

Measure and cut the needed amount of ribbon for the size of your hair clip. Put a nice line of glue all the way down the middle of the ribbon.

Starting with your clip open glue your ribbon face down, and bring it around the bottom of your clip...














keep following the hair clip around with your ribbon. Open the clip and bring your ribbon under.














It will look like this!

*tip-if your little one has fine hair these clips don't stay as well. cut a rectangular piece of felt and glue it to the inside of your clip so it won't slip in your little darlin's hair.















Take your embellishment...















tie a ribbon through the two holes.














Then just hot glue it to your ribbon covered hair clip!














Here are some sweet strawberry clips I made. They are smaller so I used the snap clips like I did in my first hairclip tutorial.

I hot glued the berries to a flower, and then onto the hair clip.















After your done making your clips take some card stock, cut two vertical slits for each clip, and you have yourself a nice little way to display these as gifts, or even to sell!

You could also make a hair clip holder with this easy tutorial.




















I am giving these little beauties away! Leave a comment to let me know you are in! Trey and Lucy will pick a winner this Saturday. Good luck!




















Lastly, I couldn't help but show you this little Easter clips I made for my Lucy.
They match her Sunday Easter dress perfectly.














58 comments:

Beth said...

I LOVE your blog, I just came across it the other day! My three year old daughter would love those clips! =) Pick me Trey and Lucy!

joy said...

Way cute! Thanks for another great tutorial.

Lisa C said...

They're adorable, I want them!!!!!!

Celena said...

I love, love, LOVE your blog! I came across it about a month ago while looking for instructions on how to make a pillow case dress. I am doing a cupcake theme for my daugther's upcoming 1 year Birthday and your clippie matches perfectly (except for the blue ribbon). These are so sweet! YAY! Btw, I just made some of the glass tile pendants. LOVE them! I would love to win your clippies. My daughter has a head full of hair and I love putting them in her hair and dressing her all girlie. =)
Thanks, Celena

Stephanie said...

I am SO IN!!!! love those clippies!!

Claudia Ayotte said...

SO CUTE! Ada would love them, I've had a hard time keeping things in her hair until about 2 months ago. She finally lets me do her hair and put cute stuff in it. She would love them! PICK ME !!! :0)
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Shana said...

I just came across your blog (I don't remember how..maybe UBP?) I love all your craftiness! I'm SO in on the giveaway!

BTW: are you using paper scrapbook flowers or silk?

Ashley said...

Oh man, I love these clips, especially the swirly circle ones. Sign me up

CodynStacey said...

Ah! Love these and love your blog! So cute! I want to play!!!

I also was wondering about the flowers--paper or silk?

Em Russ said...

ahhh, you're getting too popular! ;) I'm in as usual and you totally amaze me (as usual). And I can't wait to see Lucy's dress.

Lindsay said...

uh oh.... I feel another trip to Joann's in my future :) These are really cute! I love how you can make then to match anything. I made one of the flower ones to match my daughter's Easter dress, too! Thanks so much for sharing all your great ideas!

3 Men and a lil lady... said...

SOOO Cute...all the way down to the cardstock!

Anna Sophia said...

Please count me in! I just adore those little beauties! :-)

kjackson said...

Hi! I am new to your blog and love all of your ideas. My huband and I have a niece that just moved to Africa. She is 1 1/2 years old. She would look so adorable wearing the bows you have made. If we win, we would love to ship them in a special care package to her. Keeping my finger's crossed for our little Abigail!

Rambling Girl said...

Oh my another goodie giveaway...let's see if I am going to get lucky this time...Please add me! I love all your tutorials you are so nice to share.

Skye and Aaron said...

I am totally in! SO CUTE!

chelsea said...

I want to see a picture of that little princess in her Easter Dress!

Megan said...

Those are too cute! I would love them. or I can give them to a friend for her baby (we're not at that stage yet!) haha

megan

Daisha said...

As always you amaze me!

Megan said...

Also, no comments on the twilight picture? I guess I will comment here. I love Twilight too. I didn't see it til it came to DVD, butI bought it, and have read all the books! Love it!

I'm Megan by the way. Found your blog through someone elses (maybe the long thread or simple mom) haha

oh and im not trying to get an extra entry. I just had to comment on the twilight pic!

Deb_in_oz said...

they are so cute - woudl love to win some

and thanks for the tip about the felt as my dd2 has fine hair and we were given some clips like those and they never stay in - will add some felt!

~MeLiSsA~ said...

I am NOT trying to win again, I just wanted to THANK YOU for the clips! They came yesterday and are super stinkin cute. We absolutely love them!

Thank you again Tanya!!

Christa said...

I literally just found your blog 10 minutes ago and I love it!! I just started making hair clips for my girls and was totally addicted and now I've learned so many better tips from you!! Thanks! I'm totally adding you on my Google Reader!

Amanda said...

What a sweet idea! I have a new baby and she has hair!!! She would look so sweet in those darling clips!!!
thanks for sharing your great ideas!

Courtney said...

Those are super cute!! Thanks for the tutorial.

Kevin and Tara said...

I have 3 sweet, little girls that could put these clippies to GOOD use! Pick us please!!

Taryn said...

I just discovered your blog! What a fab idea! I have those embellishments.....thanks for the tutorial and giveaway!

Acker Family said...

Can't wait to try those clips myself! They look so easy-hopefully I can do it! I'd love those clips! :)

spencerandkellie said...

Soo Cute!

Anne said...

Cute! I would love to win!

michellejohnnie said...

love them! love your blog! I love winning too!

Kailey and Caleb said...

I would love to win these! Super cute!!

Scott, Nat, and the Girls said...

I am also new to your blog but love it. I just made 4 of the "15 minute dresses" for my daughters! I got stopped everywhere we went, so I have passed your blog along to many, many people! Choose us!!! We love the clips!

pam said...

Tanya, I think I'm going to get myself a hot glue gun. I reallyneed to make these puppies. LOVE them. . . as always :)

The Popes said...

you know me - i cant get enough of these cute things! i'm off 2 the store 2 see if i ca find some bandanas for the 15min dress!

Nicki said...

Love the clips! They are so cute!! Thank you for this awesome giveaway.
Nicki

Shane and Amy said...

As always...count us in!

Lindsey said...

I love these clips! My daughter would love lovely in these. I am so in on this giveaway! I always get so inspired when I see your blog. LOVE IT!

Wendy D said...

wow i'm comment #40?! i could never dream of getting more than like 10 on mine :) i have to convice, pull teeth and twist arms and legs to make sadie do her hair. maybe these will help!!! PICK ME :)

Kelly said...

Love love love the clips! Also, looking through your blog the other day, I came across the bandanna dresses and they are the coolest things!

The Perfect Trio said...

I just stumbled across your blog! So much fuN!!!!

Melissa

2babiesmomma said...

I love all your crafts and stuff you make! I wish I was half as creative as you! I have a 3yr old who I am trying to learn how to do this stuff for. Thank you for all the instructions.

Stacia Howard said...

Just found your blog and love it! Very cute clips!

Matt and Grace said...

Those are so cute! I've been so inspired by your blog, that I've tried to make some clips for my daughter too! She's only 9 months old, and they're so adorable!

Jared and Cami said...

I love your blog, hope I win these!

Tanya said...

I absolutely love these clips and I know my two year old daughter would too! Also, I really love your blog you have some really great posts! :) Please pick me Trey and Lucy!!!

mama bear said...

love, love, love the cupcakes!! my daughter is turning 1 in just a few weeks, these would be perfect. oh, another tip for keeping the clips in fine hair is a little bit of sticky-back velcro on the inside.

Abby said...

Don't even know how I found you, but am loving you--what can you come up with in the way of something cool and useful I can make with baby food jars? (Am I reaching too high on this?)

Christen said...

I have 2 little girls and am always looking for new bows ... these are so original and so adorable! Would love to win!

Brooke said...

These are so cute! You are so creative!

Thank you and have a lovely day!

;-)

Hadley said...

I'm so glad I stopped by this morning...because I'd love to win those adorable hair clips, and because I'm headed to Joann's today, and just might have to make my own!

Loretta said...

I know some little "Cupcake Girls" these adorable clips will be perfect for! Thank you for this wonderful tutorial!

The Aros Family said...

SO CUTE! I love how crafty you are. It helps me loads and the money saved it amazeing. Esp in times like these! We would love to win these adorable clips but if we don't I atleast know how to make them now. Thanks for always shareing what you do with us and helping a new "not too crafty" Mama look a bit better in the crafting world. :)

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Aria said...

I work in Indian Pharmacy and this year i want to gift a little card to my partners, but i want to make them by my own, it feels better, you know, thanks

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