5 Minute Christmas Hair Pin and Paper Baking Tutorial

5 Minute Christmas Hair Pins great stocking stuffers or anyone gifts - Rae Gun Ramblings #papercraftedchristmas

Looking for some easy cute stocking stuffers or just a way to sport a little Christmas cheer without the commitment of whole crazy outfit? I’ve got a super easy 5 minute Christmas hair pin tutorial. It’s the perfect little something for the person you want to give something to but don’t really have a budget for. Also you can use this technique to make non-Christmas hair clips year around.

quick and easy tutorial for Christmas hair clips - Rae Gun Ramblings #papercraftedchristmas

What You Need
for the hair clips

  • Scrap book embellishments
  • Scraps of felt
  • hair pins
  • hot glue

for the backing

  • Scrap book paper
  • Xacto knife (or something similar)
  • Paper Punch

5 Minute Christmas Hair Pins at Rae Gun Ramblings #papercraftedchristmas

What to Do

  1. If your scrap book embellishments have foam adhesive backing scratch it off with your nail. I found these cute ones at Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts from DCWV. If you’re headed to Joanns be sure to grab this 50% off coupon to save a little!
  2. Next cut your felt pieces so that they are barely smaller than the embellishments.
  3. Slide a piece of felt between the ends of the hair pin.
  4. Think about which direction you want your clip to go then add some hot glue to your felt and attach your scrap book embellishment.
  5. And your hair pins are done!
  6. To make cute paper backing perfect for gift giving take some scrapbook paper, I used a sheet from DCWV’s Christmas & Winter Stack. With a paper punch cut a cute shape.
  7. Then take a blade (I’ve also used a rotary cutter in a pinch) and make two slits.
  8. Then slide the hair pin in and you’re good to go!

5 Minute Christmas Hair Pins at Rae Gun Ramblings

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Comments

  1. Well that sure looks simple and I love the presentation – very cute!!
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  2. Oh my goodness I love these. These would make the perfect little gifts for my little girl’s friends. Thanks for sharing!!
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  3. These are so cute!!! I know my daughter would just love them!
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  4. So so cute! I love it Marissa! You’re totally right that it would be the perfect stocking stuffer
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