DIY Rhinestone Hair Pin

DIY Rhinestone Hair Pin

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We know our readers love their DIY’s, so we’re excited to give a hearty welcome to the latest member of the we heart this team, Cathy of Trinkets in Bloom! She’ll be here once a month sharing her oh so fashionable DIY’s with all of us. Enjoy her first DIY and then stop by the comments and say “Hello!” ~ Stef and Tyna

Rhinestones and sparkle are everywhere for fall. I don’t want to be the one to say this, but the holidays will be here before we know it. And that means parties! Add some sparkle this season with a simple yet glam DIY Rhinestone Hair Pin. It’s sure to add color and style to any ‘do.

Supplies:

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Large rhinestones
Bobbi pin
Felt
Scissors
Glue
Toothpick

Directions:

1. Layout and experiment with your rhinestones to determine your design.

2. Squeeze a small amount of your glue into a bowl or on a small piece of aluminum foil. Using a toothpick, apply the glue to the back of the rhinestones.

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3. Glue the back of each rhinestone to the felt. Let the glue dry.

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4. Using the toothpick add glue in between the rhinestones to glue them together. This will keep your design stiff. Let the glue dry.

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5. Trim the felt around the rhinestones. Cut as closely as you can to keep from seeing much of the felt.

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6. Put some glue on the bobbi pin, be sure to put enough glue for the length of your rhinestone design.

7. Set your rhinestones on top with the felt against the bobbi pin.

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8. Turn it over and let it dry sitting on the rhinestone side. This will keep it from falling or slipping. Let dry.

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Tip: Get ready for the holidays and stay on trend by mixing up shapes and colors with brightly colored rhinestones to create your own customized hair accessories.

Thanks for reading my my first post here at we heart this – I’m so excited to be a contributor and to be a part of this great site. Until next time, stay crafty!

we heartsters – What DIY projects do you have planned for the holidays?

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26 thoughts on “DIY Rhinestone Hair Pin”

  1. Hi Cathy and welcome to WHT! A wonderful site and great people all in one place! I love t his simple yet glam DIY Rhinestone Hair Pin! Trinkets in Bloom is an awesome name too! Love this and appreciate your detailed instruction.. even I can do this! :) Hey, it’s a small world and so is NJ! We’re just the opposite, I’m from NJ but live in CA! What City do you live in Jersey?

    1. Hi Irene Thank you so much! I’m so happy to be a part of WHT! I’m so glad you like the DIY Rhinestone Hair Pin! It really is a small world! I’m in Englewood where are you in CA?

  2. Hi Cathy! These pins are great–I never thought about doing the felt backing before, but now I have a bunch of great ideas. I’m thinking a feather hair pin and maybe a cameo hair pin–thanks for the inspiration.

  3. Hi Cathy!!! Welcome to the WHT team :D You’re adorable and the rhinestone hair pin looks fantastic on you. I will keep this in mind for those times when I want just the right hair accessory but can’t find one–I can just DIY it!

  4. Welcome, Cathy! If this pin is a sample of what we have to look forward to, then bring it on–it’s simply gorgeous! We’re anxious to see what else you can teach us.

  5. Welcome to WHT Cathy!! I can already tell that you are a perfect fit for this team! What great, creative style!! I love this project. It will be perfect for the holidays.

  6. What a great project to start off your time at WHT!! This is so cute, I can’t wait to try it. It’s been a while since I dug out my handy E-6000, this will be a great project to bring it back…

  7. Hi Cathy! Lovely to see you here on WeHeartThis! How funny we both decided to share barrette tutorials for our first guest posts here. We must be thinking along the same wavelength! Love the sparkle yours has – I think it would make a great gift for the holidays or a pretty brooch too!
    xo
    Carly

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