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Cute Hair Pin Madness
I was inspired by Grace C's Lace Flowers. I got fancy with the black rose and added feathers to a hair clip. These would look awesome as little brooches too!

Posted by Monica Y. from San Antonio, Texas, United States • Published See Monica Y.'s 4 projects »
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  • How to make a pin / slide. Lace Rose Hair Pins - Step 1
    Step 1

    Supplies Not Appearing In This Picture: Hot Glue Gun.

    Cut 16 inches (45 centimeters) of lace and get your thread ready!

  • How to make a pin / slide. Lace Rose Hair Pins - Step 2
    Step 2

    Fold over a small part of the end of the lace and stitch it a few times. The lace I found has a nice netting on the bottom for easy sewing.

  • How to make a pin / slide. Lace Rose Hair Pins - Step 3
    Step 3

    Role 4 inches (about 11 centimeters) of the lace. Put the needle through all the bottom netting a few times and tie it. (Does that make sense? If not I will put up a video...)

    This will make the inner bud tight.

  • How to make a pin / slide. Lace Rose Hair Pins - Step 4
    Step 4

    Continue to wrap the lace around your rose bud. It's ok if the bud moves up, it makes it look legit. Stitch the netting a few times and get it nice and tight.

  • How to make a pin / slide. Lace Rose Hair Pins - Step 5
    Step 5

    Cut a slightly larger circle of craft foam to hot glue to your hair pin. Glue the leaf to the craft foam base and PRESS HARD!

  • How to make a pin / slide. Lace Rose Hair Pins - Step 6
    Step 6

    Put a lot of glue at the base of your rose and PRESS HARD (without messing up your nice work) to the leaf on the pin.

  • How to make a pin / slide. Lace Rose Hair Pins - Step 7
    Step 7

    G-L-I-T-T-E-R!!!!

    (If you feel like it, of course.)

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