Hair decor: Do-it-yourself

So pretty!

If you need a way to spice up an outfit for an upcoming reason to dress up, here's a step by step tutorial on making your own hair decor. Yesterday we gave you some information on the Kentucky Derby, which is a great place to wear some fancy hair decor. If you want to read more about it, click here.

First, grab your supplies:

Feathers

Felt

Hair pin with flat edge

Scissors

Jewels

Glue gun and glue sticks

All of these supplies for decorating can be interchanged depending on your outfit or preference.

 

You will first cut out a shape of felt and get your jewels ready. We chose a heart shape and started gluing!

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Once that is finished, sit is aside and let it dry.

Now take your large feather and cut it in half so it doesn't stick up too high!

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Now cut a little piece of felt to line the feathers and glue them together. Attach felt.

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Now attach smaller feathers to the jeweled felt and cover with felt to seal.

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Now, you just put them all together with glue and let it dry. Attach the pin flat side down and let everything sit until ready. You may have to pull off a couple of stray strands of glue.

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Ready to wear!

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How cute!?

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