Silk Flower Hair Clip DIY Perfect for Summer!


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Silk Flower Hair Clip DIY Perfect for Summer!

 Silk Flower Hair Clip DIY Perfect for Summer!


     I love wearing a bright pink flower in my hair!  I always did when my kids were younger when we went to a public swimming pool...I figured it would make me easier to spot while they played.  Since I am allergic to real flowers, silks are a great choice.  These ones are my favorite ever.  What kind of flower do you think this is?
Silk Flower Hair Clip DIY Perfect for Summer!
      I only had one of these flower clips...and my darling daughter got to wear it in this family photo shoot.  Doesn't she looks so cute with her little missing teeth!?  I have such happy memories of my kids at this age. 
Family picture wearing Silk Flower Hair Clip DIY Perfect for Summer!
     However, some how in the middle of the photo shoot, this is how my daughter ended up!  Flower clip gone--gone forever!  Ugh, we searched the park and checked the bathroom, but to no avail.  Such a shame.  I said goodbye to my flower wearing days that day.
Family picture not wearing Silk Flower Hair Clip DIY Perfect for Summer!
      Um, until now!  I found a gorgeous bunch of the same flowers at the Dollar store this year.  This is unusual, as I checked each Spring after the missing flower clip incident.  

Supplies Needed:

  • Silk Flowers
  • Brad for paper fastening
  • Hot Glue/gun
  • Alligator hair clip
  • 15 minutes

Make a silk flower hair clip bow with hot glue gun
      Begin by removing the plastic backing of the silk flower.
Take apart silk flower to make hair bow
     Disassemble the layers, but remember the order they were on.
Pull the silk flower apart in layers and keep track of the order to put it together again.
      Place the paper fastener brad in the center thing.
Pull the silk flower apart in layers and keep track of the order to put it together again.
     Then layer on the different layers of the flower, right onto the brad.
Put the silk flower back together using a brad paper fastener
     Then open the prongs of the brad to keep the layers in place and tight.
Put the silk flower back together using a brad paper fastener
     Then put hot glue on the top of the alligator clip and press it on the backside of the flower, covering the brad.
hot glue an alligator hair clip on the back of the silk flower
     That's it!  Enjoy a bright bloom in your hair for Summer outdoor fun!  Like, Pin and Share!
Silk Flower Hair Clip DIY Perfect for Summer!

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