Christmas hair bows made in minutes by using non-fraying fabric and dies!
I wanted to make some cute Christmas hair bows for my daughter to wear to her class party, but I didn’t have a ton of time. Who does with all the stuff that has to get done for the holidays? I whipped out my Oly-Fun Fabric, because it doesn’t fray or rip, and paired them with my dies to make some adorable Christmas hair bows in no time at all!
- Oly-Fun Fabric in various colors
- Dies and die cutting machine
- Alligator Hair Clips
- Hot glue gun
- Die cut the snow flakes and poinsettia pieces from Oly-Fun fabric by using die cuts and a die cutting machine.
- Embellish the snowflake by brushing the fabric glue over the surface, then sprinkling the fine glitter on it. Shake off the excess glitter and let it dry.
- Cut a 1/2″ strip of Snow White Oly-Fun and hot glue it on the hair clip. Glue the poinsettia and snowflake die cuts onto the hair clips.
- Cut Cherry Pop and Snow White Oly-Fun into strips that are approximately 1/2″ wide and 12″ long. You will need two strips of each color.
- Glue the ends of the strips together and begin winding them into a circle. Add dots of hot glue as you go to hold it together. Glue the ends down.
- Cut two 1″ square of Cherry Pop Oly-Fun. Pinch the end of the square to make the candy wrapper and hot glue it to the side of the circle. Repeat with the second square. Decorate the ends with the glitter glue, as described above. Glue the candy onto the hair clip.
My daughter loves her Christmas hair bows! I’m happy that I can make something unique and fun for her to wear. Have fun crafting and creating for the holidays!
While you have your dies out, check out THIS tutorial, too!
I originally published this post at the Fairfield World site, where I am one of their Master Makers.