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Debbie who writes the Squiggly Twigs Designs blog does a jewelry makeover with costume jewelry. Her tutorial shows you how to convert rings and earrings into hair jewelry. Via
If you prefer softer materials, then check out the Flower Hair Clip tutorial by Barbolot on Craftster.
Sara from the Craftsnob blog was inspired to make modern versions of 80's style ribbon barrettes. Different colors, sewing on crystals are a couple of ways to jazz up this inspired hair jewelry tutorial. Covering the metal barrettes will probably stop them from snagging hair too. Via
Covering alligator style hair clips with ribbon as The Paperseed did makes them suitable for babies as well. Older wearers can have embellishments as well as it won't be a choking hazard for them. Get the tutorial here.
Emma of Knit1Slip1 has a really easy braided beaded jewelry comb tutorial which was inspired by the actress Amanda Seyfried's hair jewelry in the movie Chloe.
Wire work fans might prefer the Weddingbee's wire and bead hair comb tutorial. :
Beadalon has a really sweet and whimsical tutorial by Margot Potter for hair sticks as well as hair combs.
Rings and Things has this beaded dragonfly barrette tutorial if you are a bead worker rather than a wire one.
double hair comb design at a past workshop :
Mollie Johanson of the Wild Olive blog has a very clever DIY Lightning Bugs (fireflies) hair jewelry tutorial using bobby pins. She uses glow-in-the-dark embroidery floss! I didn't even know there was such a thing! Via
Before You Go :
- How to Make Hair Fascinators
- The Black Hair Roller Necklace and Mustache Come Necklace
- How to Make Beaded Hair Barrettes
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