Turning Baby Headbands into Girl’s Cute Hair ClipsTurning Baby Headbands into Girl’s Cute Hair Clips

Hello everyone!!! Today I’m sharing a super cute and easy craft reusing {saving from giving away} baby’s headbands {those with elastic laces or ribbons} and turning them into more grown-ups little girls hair clips. This was my contributor post for my dear friend Dana from This Silly Girl’s Life a month ago and I’m super happy to share it on my blog today Yayyyyy!!!! Turning Baby Headbands into Girl’s Cute Hair Clips

Turning Baby Headbands into Girl’s Cute Hair Clips

I made a post a while ago where I turned some elastic headbands into those plastic headbands and they turned out so cute. If you want, you can see the post HERE. Since I had so many of these headbands from Love Lazos that my family had given to Emma, I decided to make another round of hair accessories. I really LOVE these headbands and I just couldn’t even think about giving them away or having them in a box with no use so that’s how I came up with this idea. It doesn’t take more than 10 minutes to make them and now she uses them almost everyday =D. What you need:

  • Baby headbands
  • Small hair clips
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors

I cut the elastics first so I got the whole bow separated.
Then I applied hot glue on the hair clip and place it on the bow and applied some pressure for a few seconds.
That’s it!!! LOL I made another one with a different kind of hairclip. Same basic process the only difference was that I glued a small strip of ribbon over the piece that is glued to the ribbon.
Tadaaaaa… Can you imagine a craft easier than this??? LOL. Have you turned baby headbands into some other hair accessories before?
I love how she looks with them! I try to match as much as I can her clothing with different hairclips everyday… and yes she has that many LOL!!!!

What do you think??? Do you like this????
If you like this craft you might like these too {click on the images}
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11 Comments on Turning Baby Headbands into Girl’s Cute Hair Clips

  1. avatar
    February 26, 2014

    I so needed this tutorial, Cami! My daughter has about 500 baby headband bows that no longer fit her giant noggin. ;) Pinning, and thanks so much for linking up with us at Moonlight & Mason Jars!

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    February 23, 2014

    Great idea, I hate to give up those cute baby items. It would be nice to reuse them as my daughters grow up. Thanks for sharing.

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    February 23, 2014

    How pretty, I love them. I’d to wear one in the summertime to keep the hair out of my face, very cute. Thanks for linking up at Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again this weekend!

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    February 17, 2014

    What a great way to not have to throw them away when the baby gets bigger! I love it. Thanks for linking it up to Snickerdoodle sunday.

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    February 16, 2014

    That’s a super cute idea! Thanks for sharing with us at Sewlicious Home Decor…Pinned to the party board! :)


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    Shelly says:
    February 16, 2014

    CUTE CUTE CUTE!! And what great pictures!! I’m pinning this one to our DIY Sunday Showcase Talent Board!! Thanks for sharing with us!!

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    Meredith S says:
    February 16, 2014

    I love this idea for reusing baby headbands! I have bags full that I didn’t want to get ride of and this gives me some great ideas for them! Thanks!

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    February 15, 2014

    Very cute! I’m all about reusing stuff!

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    February 15, 2014

    These hair clips are really pretty. Great job!

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    February 14, 2014

    Hi Cami, visiting your from The SITS Girls, those are super cute and fun to wear! You did a great job.

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    February 13, 2014

    Hi Cami! My girls are 5 and 6 and I STILL have a TON of their baby headbands. I knew I was saving them for a reason. Thanks for providing the reason :) Hope you have a great SITS day too!

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