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Homemade Hair Clips

Homemade Hair Clips

Clay Craft
When you have a young daughter at home you are in perpetual need of hair accessories in all types and colors.And somehow my kiddo is quite fussy about what goes in her hair!!! Letting my daughter make her own hair clips  was a fun and useful craft indeed .
What you need to make Hair clips at home
Plain hair clips-plain hair clips are quite cheap while the fancier they are the pricier they get
Embellishments :plastic flowers, rhinestones, sequins, Clay , felt , foam or what not!!
Adhesive- I used the quick glue gun .
Here you can see my daughter choosing the embellishments to make her hair clips.

Homemade Hair Clips 
She wanted to make red hair clips to match her school uniform
Homemade Hair Clips 
All put together even I was surprised at how cute the black clip looked once transformed!
Homemade Hair Clips 
She also wanted to use up some clay flowers in her hair clip
Clay Flowers
I let her choose which plain hair clip to beautify and the yellow rose looked quite cheerful!
Clay Craft
These roses and leaves are made from AMOS clay ,are quite sturdy and resist being squashed!
Clay Craft
I also made a hair clip for me using the playdough flowers!!
Play dough Flowers
The glue gun was used to stick the playdough roses on the homemade hair clip.
Clay Craft
Here is how the hair clip looks .Here is the tutorial link to make the play dough flowers :Play dough Rose Tutorial
Homemade Hair Clips 
My daughter has "2 month long" holidays now and I am juggling my time between my profession and keeping my little one company so I am not able to manage much time online so do forgive me for being a lax blogger friend!
Do tell me how you liked this simple craft.

44 comments:

  1. Pretty embellished hair clips. When my daughter was younger she let me put clips & such in her hair but as she got older she did not care for them. Now she likes hats instead.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Thank You for dropping by Melissa. Mine goes through phases and most of the time runs wild!!!

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  2. These are lovely Sonia well done Hugs Elaine

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  3. oh these are a fabulous idea - and your daughter will look even prettier when she wears them!
    Lisa x

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  4. These are wonderful! I wish i could make clay roses that look that great! TYFS

    Amanda
    cricktncrafts.blogspot.com

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  5. You are a lady of many talents , Sonia. Your hair clips are beautiful!

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  6. well they are just too cute and i will have to give these a whirl myself with my daughter

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  7. wow dr.sonia excellent work ,so noe for 2 months you are going to go more creative with your cute ,little,genious brain.all hairklips are cute.
    megha
    http://www.meghanuj01.blogspot.com/

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  8. Sonia you have such wonderful ideas and these hair accessories are wonderful and great looking.

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  9. Wonderful projects and great hair accessories! Perfect for your daughter! :)Amy

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  10. How wonderful these little clips are...they will look fabulous in your daughter's hair!

    Susan

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  11. This looks good.. Prisha is totally got her crafty genes from you doc.. Love the AMOS clay ones.. :-)

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  12. These are Fantastic Sonia..Loz

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  13. Too good Sonia, its actually freaking cute! i love to embellish those clips too and it makes them much more appealing to wear isn't it. I can totally relate to how you feel about managing time during summer holidays. I am in the same boat too!

    Adithis Amma Sews

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    1. Ha Ha this month I am not even putting her for summer camps so I am responsible for entertainment too!!

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  14. Every age has its charms ! My daughter-11 years now -use only a plastic band and she don't like me to touch her hair unless I help her to curl it.
    But these beautiful clips turn a little girl into a princess and those are good memories as the time passes by !
    hugs,aureliaeugenia
    Ps.Love when you do useful things !

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  15. Very- very pretty ... love the Rose ones... they look so perfect... :)

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  16. Awesome Sonia :)
    Need some gyan on where to find the cheapest glue gun and those glue sticks please.. :)

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    1. Dear Jaya, I got the glue gun from Ebrahim street parallel to commercial street from a small electrical/ stationary shop in august 2011 for 280 only and then the sticks costed only 12 each. Now everywhere I asked they charge 15 per stick and the gun cost ranges from 300 to 1000! Mine is a Chineese brand and is awesome... no issues...once I forgot to switch it off for 3 hours and still it didnt burn its wires or anything!!

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  17. What a great idea dr..i'll gonna make one for my niece..thanks for sharing !!

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  18. Another good idea! Roses are beautiful as well as the hairpin at the end. Your daughter is your inspiration!

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  19. Oh wow.. How creative..Ur daughter is gonna be crafty champ.

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  20. These are so simple and pretty! I love it when little girls match their hair accessories to clothes....so cute. :)

    P/s Hope you are enjoying quality time with your girl! :)

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  21. ohh wow all these pins look so pretty what an fab idea to decorate them !!! now this is something even my daughter will be interested in doing for sure:)

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  22. These are so beautiful, I would love to try but first I will see play dough making :)
    Thanks..

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  23. Wonderful idea! Love the roses clips! Your daughter is very, very creative, her flowers are lovely! Congrats for both of you!

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  24. Tooooooo cute project.......

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  25. I bet there was lot of fun :) You gave a second live to old hair clips :)

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  26. Wow... How beautiful there are.... Soo cute.

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  27. I have a little girl I adore, she is my friends daughter and I just can't wait to make some of this amazing clips for her! You never cease to amaze me, you are one of my biggest inspirations , thank you so much.

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    1. Thank You so much Naomi its an honour for me that I inspire you-- I am myself inspired by so many creative souls in blogland!

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  28. Wow!!Those are really cute.Your daughter is very creative.She did such a beautiful work.Give my love to her.:)

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  29. From Sonia to Sonia
    Hello!!!.. Beautiful creation!... very creative daughter!
    -Sony

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  30. Love these clips. I'm going to have to try to make these for my Granddaughter she is 6 years and has long hair. I did make her some last year but these are so cute. Thanks for sharing these with us.
    Hugs, Patricia

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  31. So pretty and fun. Beautiful clay flowers.

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  32. GREAT project!I LOVE the pretty flowers:)

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  33. How fun and your daughter is so adorable. Enjoy your time with her.
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  34. They are so pretty!! Especially the clay ones..Loved them

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  35. Those are the cutest hair clips and I'm sure yur daughter loved that project.

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  36. They are beauties! I am gonna try it for my niece :)

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  37. Gorgeous!! I love the beautiful hair clips!! So pretty :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  38. those are soooooooooooooooooooo beautiful!! gorgeous!!

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  39. amazing....I am going to try these with my daughter this weekend....thanks for sharing ...I am ur new follower.....:)

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