Add a little glam to a Men's beanie with scrapbook pearls. The drying time takes a while, but it's worth it!
Equal parts edgy and sweet, I'm head over heels in love with this DIY! The pearl flat backs - which I found in the Scrapbook section of Michael's - add a feminine touch to this maroon Men's beanie I picked up at Target. Inspired by the classic vibe of pearl details, I knew I had to use them in a cool weather project.
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1) Lay the beanie on a flat surface and determine the placement of the flat back pearls. You'll be working with one side of the beanie at a time.
Flat back pearls from the scrapbook section will typically have an adhesive backing, but you'll obviously need a much stronger bond. That's where the fabric glue will come in.
Note: I spaced the pearls about 1.75 inches apart. There was about 2 inches in between the "rows". You can use a straight edge while determining each row, or you can just eyeball it!