Saturday, November 27

Santa's Workshop #1: Hair Clip Holder

Does anyone else feel like their house has become Santa's Workshop.  In general, we are trying to simplify the holidays this year.  The kids are getting very few presents (truthfully, they don't need them).  And I am trying to make almost everything for their stockings.  So between their stocking stuffers and gifts for a few friends, we have quite a few little gifts underway.

I have previously shared the Monkey Hair Clip Holder I made for my daughter.  I'm making a few more this Christmas to go along with some barrettes I am making.  These are really easy to make.  They could easily be Stocking Stuffers or even party favors for a party of little girls.

  • Wooden Figure (I found the Lady Bug and Flip Flops pre-painted at Michael's)
  • Felt
  • Thin Ribbon
  • Thick Ribbon
  • Hot Glue
  • Scissors
  • Trace wooden figure on paper.  Cut out template slightly smaller than tracing.  Pin to felt and cut out.
  •  Cut small piece of thin ribbon and long strip of thicker ribbon.  Hot glue thin ribbon to the back of the wooden figure, forming into a loop.  Hot glue thicker ribbon to the back.  Once the ribbons are set, hot glue the felt on the back.  That is all there is to it.

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Anonymous said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [28 Nov 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Melissa said...

Very sweet and personal hair clip holder.

julie said...

That's hilarious. I just yesterday started making the new house into what I dubbed "Santa's workshop." Sometimes I think you are the sister I did not have!

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