Monday, January 23, 2012

Ric Rac Rose Hair Clips!

RIC RAC ROSE Supplies
Here is what I started with!  Ric Rac and Suede Leaves from The Stamp Simply RIBBON Store along with a metal hair clip, needle & thread, and Aleene's Tacky glue.  I first saw this idea over on Pinterest! I followed the blog instructions HERE, and was pleased with the result for my first try.    

Complete Single Ric Rac Rose
I feel my roses turned out just as shown in the instruction blog I referred to above.  I added the suede leaves by gluing them to the metal clip before gluing on the rose itself!  These roses took much less time than I anticipated!  I certainly will be making more of these in different colors.  
Completed Ric Rac Roses
Two clips, one for each granddaughter!  I will be gifting these clips along with onsies that I'm embellishing with ric rac hearts for Valentine's Day!  Such fun I am having! When they are complete I will share!


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13 comments:

connie said...

These are so pretty! Thanks for sharing the link.

newfiecrafter(Marilyn) said...

Gorgeous will look adorable on your grand daughters hair
.Thanks for sharing .

Rose Ann said...

Sooooo pretty!! I LOVE them, Barb!! ♥

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Ohhh you are such a fabulous Grandma!!! What adorable little hair doo da clips!!! That's what my little niece calls them! LOL

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Oh, how CUTE are these! Great use for the ric rac! Lucky little girls in your life!

marilynwillauer said...

I am very impressed. . .you are very creative, what an adorable hair clip.

Kellie Fortin said...

Barb these are so sweet -- love them with 2 colors of Ric Rac!!

Judy I said...

Those are so cute! They will look adorable on your granddaughters.

Catherine Kraft said...

These flowers are so cute!! Is there any way you might be able to tell us how to make these in English? I tried to get it to translate to English and it would not translate.

mommaladystamper said...

Barb, this is absolutely gorgeous, and looks so easy to do. I am going to try this out. Thank you for sharing your inspiration. Alice Roushia

Conniecrafter said...

Oh wow those are so pretty!

Debbie Dunham said...

Love them! They are adorable!

Sheri said...

OMG! So cool!! Amazing job!