Ok, DIY bride…it’s almost your big day! Are you wondering how to make hair accessories for weddings? You have your style all sorted out, but you just need a little something extra as far as DIY hair accessories. Ideas can be hard to come by, but I promise that these handmade accessories are super easy to make. Take a peek at this DIY hair clips tutorial below!
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How to Make DIY Hair Clips
Making your own handmade accessories? It’s a fun, easy thing to do for your wedding day! And if you want to know how to make hair accessories with beads, this is one very simple, quick way to do it. It’s also a very forgiving project, which works in everyone’s favor.
Supplies to Make Handmade Hair Clips for Girls
The third supply is where it really starts to get fun! You don’t have to make neutral, sparkly ones like I did. You can literally put whatever you would like on the DIY hair clips.
Homemade Hair Accessories Instructions
I almost can’t believe how easy it is to construct these homemade hair accessories. To make them, just follow the steps below.
- Plug in and heat up your hot glue gun.
- Lay out your beads/embellishments in whatever pattern you would like.
- Run a strip of glue down your clip and QUICKLY lay your embellishments on top. They will set quickly!
- The BEST part is that if you don’t like how it looks, just peel off the hot glue and start over. Viola!
Handmade Hair Accessories for Women (especially a bride!)
I adore how they turned out. The DIY hair clips add just a little bit of sparkle to her hair. Knowing how to make handmade hair accessories can really be of benefit. I can picture a bride and her bridesmaids making these in the wedding day colors. So fun! I bet they’ll enjoy learning how to make cool accessories, too.
Do you like them? Did you learn how to make handmade accessories?
I hope you love these DIY hair clips as much as I do. You better believe that I will be making these for Christmas and to go with a few outfits of my own. So fun!! Want to see how to make the earrings? Just head here for a tutorial!
These pieces were made for a styled shoot, and many thanks to the vendors below for making everything so lovely!
- Photography – Rhiannon Kathleen Studios
- Venue – Coverlea at Claytor Nature Center
- Dress – Celebration Bridal
- Styling – Trish Cerulli and Rhiannon England
- Jewelry – Hill City Bride
- Stationary – Cor Graphic Design
- Hair & Makeup – Emily Harris of Body Works Day Spa and Salon
- Cake – La Bella Torta
- Modeling – Azariah Helland & Joshua Person
- Florals – Cheryl’s Secret Garden