Continuing the love affair I have with the Flair buttons from Momenta, let's doll up a few everyday items and turn them into boutique-quality hair accessories for the little girls in your life. It seems that Victoria and Isabella are migrating away from cute hair bows and into headbands and clips, much to my dismay.
Not to be outdone, I've found a few way to kick it up a notch! Taking a pack of headbands from the Dollar Tree, I wrapped some coordinating baker's twine around the top section, using some E6000 craft glue to safely adhere it. Then taking some coordinating patterned cardstock, I doubled it over and glued it, to give the flair button an extra sturdy base to be adhered to.
And of course, if Little Sis has an embellished headband, all of a sudden, Big Sister wants one as well.
The embellishment had actually fallen off this clip, so I recycled it by adding a flair button turning something that might have been thrown away to a wearable piece of hair art.
Have I convinced you yet how really versatile and handy it is to have a pack, or three, of Flair buttons on hand? You can see other projects I've featured using Flair buttons here and here.
Momenta Supplies Used
ST-4742 | One Fine Day Flair Pack
ST-4741 | Kaleidoscope Flair Pack
ST-2337 | One Fine Day 5x7 Cardstock Pad
Other Supplies | headbands, hair clip, E6000 craft glue, The Twinery baker's twine