Easy Hair Clips

I just love all the frilly little flower clips that are back in style. I have a whole stock of them from high school and am happy to bring them back out for a second turn around. But with any fad, I always want something new...I found these scrapbooking flowers at Michael's this week...on sale. And I had these clips in hopes of creating some of my own flower embellishments. But of course, I have lacked the motivation to put anything together. So how about a little hot glue and some already premade flowers to motivate ya...

Glue and done...I feel so accomplished...

If you want to pin it on your shirt you can but the silver shows...whatev...I still think it looks cute. No one will really notice.

So cute in the hair.

Easy, cheap, and homemade...sounds good to me!


Do you have any quick and easy tricks to share?



44 comments:

  1. How adorable! I never had the guts to wear ornaments like this in my hair....they look good in your hair because you're just cute! :)

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  2. Ohhh! Those are so cute! You are so crafty!

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  3. How cute!! They're adorable!! I used to make something like that but not quite beautiful as these ones!

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  4. I love those. With smaller flowers I could make something like that for my daughter! Thanks for the inspiration. :)

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  5. I love them - my daughters would much rather wear flowers than bows and that's fine with me!

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  6. Very cute, I love the way the flowers look vintageish! I would like to make those for my niece's wedding they would be great in flower girl hair~Jacque

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  7. Love these! I stuck a flower on a stretchy headband for my baby niece. I wish I would have had these clips so I could just glue the flower on the clip and then clip it to the headband.

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  8. Every time I go into Michaels I want those, now I just might have to buy them!

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  9. so cute! i best get my butt to michaels so i can get some of those adorable flowers and make some clips of my own!

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  10. Smaller flowers are even cute glued to a headband for younger girls, They are even cute put on a piece of felt and add a pin back and have a neat pin to wear. I am now 78, but in my younger years I made earrings out of small pretty flowers - just added earring backs. Love your ideas

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  11. great ideas thanks so much for sharing

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  12. They're beautiful! Don't your just love it when a project turns out so nice!{and cheap}

    Great post!

    ~Kim

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  13. That is so cute! I love them together in your hair. Adorable!

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  14. Soooo cute! I can't wait to try these! I love ALL of your amazing ideas!

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  15. If you want to hide the end of the clip on your shirt, add some green ribbon ends for a "leaf" Just a tip.

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  16. I was going to suggest the same thing as Beverly above. Those are sooooooooo cute!!!

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  17. Oh. Love. It!
    I'm headed to Michael's!
    I seriously love the girly trend going on right now
    -Jill

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  18. Thats cute! I just made my 2 girls some hair clip for Easter but I used ribbon. I'm going to try a flower next time. So girly...I love it!

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  19. OMG-I love it!!! I could make a couple and share them with my girls. :)

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  20. can i have one/??
    perfect.

    xo

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  21. I love those they are so pretty! Hugs, Bobbi Jo

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  22. Super cute and easy, Ashley! Love them!

    Tami

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  23. These look so pretty in your hair. And I love them on your shirt. You've given me a wonderful idea! So pretty!

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  24. So Uber Cute!!! Way to go with the creativity.
    Also, great post below, 'tips for thrifting'. You worked magic with all the items found and/or made over.

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  25. My easy trick? I tie a bow with ribbon directly onto a coated hair band. Use the hair band to make a pony tail, and you are good to go! No tying ribbon around or it slipping off. It's all secure and prettifuls!

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  27. Those are so cute. I really liked them clipped to the shirt.

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  28. love the simplicity of it! Are the flowers paper or are they silk?

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  29. Oh, these are so pretty! And they look great in your hair -- I didn't realize a clip would work so well, but it looks perfect.

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  30. So cute! I'll be a flower child in no time!

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  31. i want to try this! i went out and brought the clips and now I just need some flowers. maybe next pay check... haha!

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  32. So cute. I love bows...my daughter has like 60+ (which is NOT enough, btw!)

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  33. Very cute! Remember how the silver barrettes were sometimes wrapped with tiny ribbon back in the day? Do that for your shirt...

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  34. I'm follower number 200! Whoo hooo, that was fun!

    ~Kim

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  35. I love making flower clippies! If you don't want the silver to show, you can line the clippies with 3/8" grosgrain ribbon that matches your flowers!

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  36. Those are adorable! Never thought of using the premade stuff. Super cute! I think Im going to have to check those out for Layla bug! :)

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  37. So pretty! They look great in your hair . Thanks for sharing your talent and giving me a wonderful idea. Keep it up!

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  38. I did it!!! (Check it out)

    http://serenitynow4amanda.blogspot.com/2009/05/thrifty-thursday-its-chic-to-be-cheap_14.html

    Yay me! ;)

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  39. Those turned out so cute! Great idea to use them to add a little bling to your shirt.

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  40. How clever! I've been wanting to do some of these for my daughter for a while, but I found the flower task daunting! It was so smart to find the scrap booking flowers! I'm going to the store today to do this! Thanks :)

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