INSIDE: Make an easy DIY snowman hair pin for girls using felt and hot glue gun. Easy no sew Christmas craft for kids.
I want to bottle my 8 year old up (well, maybe without the sass) and keep her a little girl for.e.ver! But knowing there’s a window on all things sweet and small, I’m going to take advantage of any opportunity I can get to make her cute things she’ll still enthusiastically wear.
Like this snowman hair pin. Made from craft felt and put together quicker than a snowball could melt.
Wear it all winter long …to keep those bangs back, said one mama to her 8 year old.
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Easy Snowman Hair Pin for Girls
I used a lot of what I had on hand for this easy snowman craft, including rummaging through one disastrous hair accessory drawer for a hair barrette!
diy snowman hair clip for girls
Trace two circles using the wide opening of the shot glass and one circle from the bottom of the shot glass.
Cut one of the larger circles with zig zag sewing scissors.
If desired, use embroidery thread to stitch the circles together. Don’t feel like pulling out the thread and needle? Use hot glue or fabric glue.
Add a snowman face to the smaller felt circle. Do this with felt or marker. Don’t forget to give her some rosy cheeks! It’s cold out there.
Put a generous amount of glue to the back of the hair barrette and add the snowman on top.
Cute enough for little girls (even those 8-going-on-18) to wear when it’s brrr, cold outside!
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