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    Default Fabric hair decoration

    I made these hair decorations by using leftover cloth cut from the old clothes, my mom said I’m good at doing this tiny things, what do you think about it? I can’t sew larger things now, as my sewing skills has not been improved, ding these things make me happy and find the fun of sewing.

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    Default Fabric hair decoration

    Cute! How did you attach them to the hair bands?

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    Default Re: Fabric hair decoration

    They are really cute.

    On a side note for some reason I read the title as 'facial' hair decoration so had to have a look lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindye View Post
    Cute! How did you attach them to the hair bands?
    use glue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingchipmunk View Post
    They are really cute.

    On a side note for some reason I read the title as 'facial' hair decoration so had to have a look lol.

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    funny , i thought i made a mistake, so i check it for twice .

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    They look really good, thanks for sharing.
    I think I might try making similar with my dd, she loves hair ties

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    They look really good, thanks for sharing.
    I think I might try making similar with my dd, she loves hair ties
    have a try, it's easy to make .


 

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