Hair pins, Hair Pins, and Hair Pins
I work with about a dozen girls ages 12-17 in my church and made them each one of these hair pins.
Once you get going, you can make a lot in a little time, which is great!
There are a ton of great tutorials around to make rolled fabric flowers, so I won’t add another one to blogland, but here are a few to check out if you’re interested:
I used photoshop to create a Barbie-like silhouette (search Google Images for “Barbie” and you’ll find lots of images to help out), and cut a couple of slits in each near the ponytail. Remember the 4 stitches I had in my finger a week or so ago? That was thanks to the very last cut out of about 28 cuts – go figure :). I’m happy to say now that it’s feeling much better!
Next I threaded the bobby pin through the slits, and voila!
Inside each card was the contact information for all of us that work with the girls and a special note.
What a cool idea! I’ll bet the girls love you even more for this!
Sincerely the girls will love it and you even more and its a note for we to make other little girls around us happy with such gestures:)
Your girls will eat that up. Really cute idea, Abby.
Ha Ha. I was signed in as Adam. Do you think Adam would use the word cute in a sentence?
Such a cute idea! What lucky girls to have you!
super cute! I love the Barbie silhouette idea!
What a fun idea!!! Bet the girls loved it!
Super cute! Ouch, sorry to hear about your stitches!!
What a sweet gift for the girls you work with! You’re such a doll. I love the idea of putting them on a cute card. Love, love, love.
Very cute! Thanks for sharing.
What a neat idea! I am going to send this idea to my sister. She’s really getting into making little girl bows and such…I wish I had a little girl to do this for! I have 2 boys of my own.
Those turned out so cute! I would love to get a card like that. Lucky girls!
You have done it again Abs! I love how even the simple things you do turn out adorable. For my YW lesson this week I gave them glow sticks and they can only crack them once they share the gospel and only then. They were excited but I am sure hair pins would have been a bigger hit!!
So Cute! I found your blog through a linky party and LOVE it! I am your newest follower and would love it if you would check out my blog and follow me too! Thanks!
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A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E! Yes it is. I would love for you to share it at my link party on Wednesday evening. SO CUTE ;)
This is so sweet! I’m sure they all loved it. :)
these are adorable, great job!
Love the holder! Such nice presentation!
Ooooooooo, I totally love this idea, and I must become a follower! I really like your site! Come visit Make it Lovely http://www.makeitlovely.com sometime. I just posted a DIY for a bow holder. Now I need to go make hairpins for it. Thanks!!
Love it Abby! I should make a bunch of these with my girls this summer.
That is such a cute card you put the clips on!
What a sweet gift for the girls you work with! You’re such a doll.
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