Ever wanted to know how to make DIY hair accessories? If you want to make flower hair accessories and also learn cool girl hairstyles, this DIY tutorial will show you how. Make lovely flower crafts that will make the perfect hair accessories for girls.
Flower Hair Accessories | Cute Girl Hairstyles
Last month I went to the movies to see Disney's Cinderella. The film was all I had hoped for and more; after all, I grew up with Cinderella, Jaque and Gus, so I had high expectations, and this movie lived up to every one of them.
I couldn't get enough of the sparkly dresses and the joyful attitude of Cinderella, and I wanted to try a craft inspired by the costumes of Cinderella! Try this fun flower craft with your own little princess!
What you'll need for these DIY flower hair accessories:
- U-shaped or regular bobby-pins
- Small-sized faux flowers (cherry blossoms, primroses, hydrangeas)
- Rhinestone or pearl buttons or beads
- Craft Wire
- Wire Cutters
First, deconstruct your silk flowers into individual flower blossoms. There should be a hole in the middle of each blossom.
Pour a small amount of glue into one container, and a small amount of glitter into another. Using tweezers, dip the edges of the flower petals into the glue, coating only the outer edges.
Then dip the glue-coated edges into the glitter. Tap off excess glitter, and set blossom aside to dry. Repeat until you reach the desired amount of glitter blossoms.
When your glitter-blossoms have dried, it's time to move to the next step. Place a button through the hole in the blossom, and fit a length of wire through the button-hole on the other side. If you like, try layering multiple blossoms for a fuller finished flower. Attach the blossom and button to a hairpin by slipping the wire through the U of the pin, and wrapping until secure.
Sprinkle your Princess pins over an updo or half-updo for a magical, elegant effect. To make sure your blossoms are secure, spray hair lightly with hairspray beforehand.
Easy Princess Half-Updo
Curl hair into soft ringlets and set with a touch of hairspray. Parting hair in the center, softly twist hair towards the back of the head. Pin twists with bobby pins.
Optional: Twist remaining hair into a small bun and secure with pins. Sprinkle hair with Princess pin flowers, just like the ones on her beautiful ball gown. For extra magic, sprinkle hair with a dash of glitter.
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