Fabric flowers are so popular, and this Ruffle Flower Hair Clip is so easy to make. You can make one for every outfit in so little time. Check out this wonderful tutorial!
Hi, I’m Jessica from Mom 4 Real. I am so excited to share one of the easiest hair accessories that I have ever made! I have a little girl that is outgrowing hair bows and ribbons, so I have been trying to come up with some cute accessories for her.
Are you ready for a sweet little Ruffle Flower Hair Clip?
~ Ruffle Flower Hair Clip Tutorial ~
This little flower is so simple, I may make one to match each and every outfit Kate owns.
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I cut a strip of fabric 5 inches X 36 inches. Fold it in half lengthwise wrong sides together.
Start to sew your ruffle using my Tutorial on Sewing a Ruffle down the side where the two edges come together. If you are wondering if you can do this by hand, you of course can! Just stitch with a needle and thread down the side and then scrunch of your fabric.
Now you have your ruffle.
Roll in the edge of one end of the ruffle and secure with a dab of hot glue.
Then start rolling, securing with hot glue along the way. When you get to the end, just secure with hot glue.
Flip your flower over and hot glue a piece of felt or fabric on the back.
Now take an alligator clip (I like to cover mine with ribbon), and hot glue it onto the felt. You can glue it on top or sandwich the top of the clip in between the felt and the flower for an extra hold. The bottom of the clip will stick out for clipping.
Doesn’t it look so sweet tucked above her ponytail?
Thank you so much for having me here again! I would love for you to come by Mom 4 Real to see some of the other projects I have been working on… everything from Sewing Camera Strap Covers to Turning Mirrors Into Chalkboards to Redecorating A Breakfast Nook In Aqua, Red, and White!
So, come on over for a visit… K?
So easy and cute! Thanks Jessica!
And in case you missed it, Jessica had a wonderful Ruffled Headband Tutorial on The Ribbon Retreat yesterday. It’s just as easy and adorable. Perfect for those little girls who are done with hair bows.
Check out Jessica’s blog, Mom 4 Real, to see lots of other awesome tutorials. We can’t wait to have her back with us!
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Have a great day! ~ Shirley, The Ribbon Retreat Blog Editor