H is blessed with beautiful curls. I just love them for the simple fact that I am born with pin straight hair. I love doing her hair with cute hair accessories, which she has always allowed me to to put it in her hair like a good girl. But off late, she just doesn’t let a clip stay in her hair. The moment she notices it, she pulls it out and throws here and there. Result, many broken hair clips and lack of a matching clip when you need the most. One such situation came last week, when we had to go to a party and the girl didn’t have even a single clip in place. While half were broken, rest didn’t match. So, I quickly ended up making this one with the leftover quilling supply from H’s first tooth party, where I used it to make the Fridge Magnets.
Isn’t it cute? I loved it so much that when I was back, I made a few more of them. Best part about them was that I could utilise the old broken clips. Voila! They look so awesome. Do try them at home.
Lady Bug shaped clip made with paper quilling.
Butter Fly shaped hair clip made using paper quilling technique
Bird shaped hair clip made using paper quilling technique
Flower shaped hair accessory made using paper quilling technique