I love making DIY Cute Girly Hair Clips for my little girls hair, and now that I have had my sweet Lily Pearl, I am having even more fun making them.  I get so bored with the same old flower or bow clips.  I found the idea for these fun clips at The Creative Crate.  I loved how funky and different they are! :)

This fun clip, I made from a silk flower that I bought.  I took the flower apart, and traced one of the petals onto some fun fabric that I had.  I cut the flower out of the fabric.  Then I just layered the petals back together adding the fabric flower.  I used a sparkly brad for the center and a hair clip to the back.

So super cute!!!  I love having girls! :)


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  1. LOVE IT!

  2. I don’t know how to contact you, so I am doing it here:) I was wondering if you would swap with me. I will make you a tuxedo onesie and you can take some great photos for me to use on my blog and etsy shop. I did it with “How Does She” found at:
    http://www.therapeuticcrafting.blogspot.com

    brenbren13 (at) ymail (dot) com

  3. Love your flower bows! :)

  4. Those are to die for cute Jen! I’m gonna be making me some for sure!

  5. I need a little girl to put some flowers on! Cute cute.

  6. super cute! fabric flowers are everywhere right now! love it!

  7. I love those, they are so adorable. It’s a good thing I have little Quincie now, to make girl things for! LOVE ‘EM!

  8. OH MY GOSH! That is so CUTE!

    Andy
    Poppies at Play

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