Sunday, May 20, 2012

Cupcake Liner Hair Clip

Guess what readers?! I made it through my first year of college!! 
*sigh* I have time to post again! 
This summer is going to be amazing! 
Now back to blogging...

I seem to be surrounded by Sarah's! Today I will be featuring a sweetheart from Arizona, Sarah from over at All Things Blogs. Her posts include crafts and sensational ideas! Overall her blog is lovely and you should go over and check it out!! 
Right now.

Ok. Now that you've seen her lovely blog you can move onto learning how to make a cupcake liner hair clip! It is the perfect addition to a flowing cotton dress for the summer!

Thank you Sarah!  


Hi Sensationally Sarah readers!  Today I am going to show you guys how to make a cute cupcake liner hair clip!

Supplies needed: cupcake liners, scissors, an old hair clip, a hot glue gun, and beads.

First cut or pull the ribbon or decoration off of the clip.
If it was hot glued on try and pull off any glue.

 First open up the liner, fold it in half like in the picture below.

Then fold in half again.

Open the left or right side, and hot glue it together.
Continue to do this with all of your cupcake liners.

Glue the folded and glued cupcake liners together.
Do this to all of your cupcake liners, I used about 6 or 7.

This is how your cupcake liner hair clip should look at this stage!

 Now put some hot glue in the middle of the cupcake liner hair clip, then put your beads where the glue is.

 Then hot glue the metal part of the clip on the bottom of the cupcake liner hair clip.
For extra security cut or rip a small piece of a cupcake liner, then hot glue over the silver part!

Then, you're all done!  
Enjoy your new hair clip!

Thanks for having me Sarah!
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~Sensationally Sarah

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  1. Hey Sarah! Thanks so much for linking up to this month's Green Crafts Showcase at Crafting a Green World! This is such a cute idea and seems pretty simple to make as well! We'll have the features up this Friday so be sure to check back!

    -Bonnie @ Crafting a Green World

  2. Thank you so much for the feature Bonnie!!