Blissful and Domestic - Creating a Beautiful Life on Less: Fall Inspired Hair Clip

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Fall Inspired Hair Clip

Hello friends at Blissful and Domestic! I am so excited to be a guest here and collaborate with Danielle. Thank you Danielle for hosting me! Today I get to share with you a craft inspired by the Fall season. But first, I'd like to briefly introduce myself and share a little bit about me :)


Hi there! I'm Ursula Rosien, I'm a wife, mom to 3 great kiddos and recent blogger at kraft&mint blog, a journal of modern crafts. I always wanted to start a blog and share my ideas and creativity. I finally started blogging this April-2013 and I'm on fire! I never thought how much I would enjoy being part of the crafting community and the best part is that I get to meet new crafters around the world.

Keeping it real


And this is a more accurate photo of the Rosien family! It is pretty impossible to take a good photo without 1 kid either crying (like in this case) or making a funny face! Enough of me, let's get started!

DIY Hair Clips


During one of my outings at Ben Franklin craft store, I wandered into the beads department. I went straight to the clearance section and found a few yellow pom pom beads on sale. The yellow color was a mustard yellow and this reminded me of the Fall season and how the leaves change to yellowish tones. I gathered a few with me and started thinking what craft could I make with these. A few minutes later I found a few hair clips-brooches for crafting. I immediately thought of my daughter and the fact that she could use some new hair clips. Please take a look below at this craft. It was very easy to do!



  • 1: Michael's "Lace Trim Set". (Please cut two 4" long strips for this craft). Two yellow pom-pom beads.
  • 2: Euro Tool "Super New Glue". I found this at the beads department of Ben Franklin. It is quite strong!
  • 3: 3/4" Brooch with alligator pin and clip.


    Happy little girl

    I enjoyed so much seeing my daughter's face when I showed her the hair clips I made. She immediately wanted to wear them. Now, please note that I used a 3/4" brooch clip and pin. In my opinion the pin could open up and potentially poke someone's head. To prevent this, I applied glue to the pin component that way it wouldn't become undone. Thank you for reading! I can't wait to make more hair clips and also hear from you!
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    All the best, Ursula!

I love it! It reminds me of sunflowers. Perfect for fall! Thanks U for sharing your crafty talents on B and D. Be sure to check Ursula out and come back later peeps! I am sharing a new recipe for....homemade butter...I know right! Too fun!

XO Danielle

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  1. Hello Danielle! Thank you for hosting me! This is my first guest post ever and I'm honored to be here :) Hope you are having a great weekend!

  2. It is really beautiful. Thanks for the instructions. I’ll make this for my little angel.

  3. Aha how cute it is! The girl with the hair clip is amazing and beautiful!


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