I also made a flower clip to match the tutu and bow. I made it so it could be interchangeable in the tutu or in the headband.
I LOVE a little baby with a big, cute flower on her head.
Flower clips are so easy to make!
This flower is from The Ribbon Retreat and is called Light Pink Dahlias.
Then take apart the flower by removing the back and each piece.
The next step is easy. Have your pieces ready in order.
Put hot glue on the top piece and then add the next layer of the flower.
The reason you are putting hot glue on each of the pieces is so it will stay together. The plastic bottom of the flower is usually what does that, but it is gone when you line the flower with a clip. Gluing the pieces together keeps the flower from looking “floppy”.
Continue to put hot glue onto each layer of the flower and add the next layer.
Do not glue the last plastic piece on the flower.
Once you have finished gluing the flower together, you will cut the stem to be flush with the flower. You can do this with regular scissors.
Put hot glue over the stem and along where your clip will go.
Then add your clip!
Now you have a beautiful flower clip!
Flower clips are wonderful accessories that can be worn by babies, girls, and women alike!
Here is the flower clip attached to the tutu.
This project is really making me wish I was having a girl.
Thank goodness for friends that have cute little girls I can craft for.