Tatty Devine' Mega Ping-Pong Hair Bobble by Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine
Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden are the design force behind Tatty Devine, the cult, offbeat jewellery brand they started 10 years ago that is now widely recognised for its signature acrylic silhouette shapes – from dinosaurs to chip forks to trapeze artists. The pieces are sold in their two London boutiques and at over 100 stockists worldwide, while their custom-made name necklaces have been worn by countless celebs. www.tattydevine.com.
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Thread on half the ping-pong balls, followed by the crimp tube if you have one.
Add the rest of the ping-pong balls.
Thread the two ends of elastic through opposite ends
of the crimp tube and adjust the length so both sides are equal. Squeeze the tube tightly with crimper or pliers. If you are knotting, tie two overhand knots with each end by making a loop around the long length and pulling the ends through so all the strands of elastic are fastened together; then tie the two ends together for good measure.
Cut off the ends of elastic close to the crimp or the knot.