I bought some vintage buttons on etsy (sorry, but I can’t remember what shop) to use for centers of fancy wool felt flowers.
Seems like I bought a few dozen of them, so I had spares. I have used flat back or non shank buttons to make hair pins for my nieces.
So I cut the shank off these buttons and used E6000 to glue the buttons to the hairpins! Very minimal cost and they are so cute!
I might be linking to some of these parties!
These are very pretty! Glad you had left over buttons!
Karen at quintonwench.com
These are beautiful. Nice work!
Ellen, these are so cute. I am thinking they would look beautiful for Easter. Vintage is always in style. Lovely. Visiting from A-Z. Have a Happy Easter! Love, Wanda
I am in love with those. You did a wonderful job!!! Don't you just love E6000!!! :)
These are absolutely beautiful! What a perfect use for left over buttons!
I'm like a baby - I just love sparkly things! So beautiful!
So pretty!Perfect for prom or a night out! Tiffany
love these! how did you cut the shank off? I have some buttons that are very similar and this would be a perfect use for them.
They are adorable! What a good way to use them!
These are wonderful! What a great use of extra buttons.
I would love if you link this to my party:
I love a small bit of sparkle in my hair - I might make some of these! Beautiful!
Beautiful way to use up vintage buttons!
Adorable! I have been looking for a way to jazz up bobby pins. Perfect!
How cute! Perfect for my little girl :) We'd love for you to link up with our party!!
I like what you did very much and that is so IN right now. Thanks for showing your "stuff". Linda
I make a lot of things, but last week I forked out big stupid bucks at anthro for very similar hair pins! Yours are gorgeous, and I'm going a hunting for fancy buttons to make my own! Thanks!
Thanks for stopping by and linking up an awesome project. Stop by again soon!
Have a great week!
The rhinestone hair pins are so pretty. How clever of you to think of making such pretty hairpins that way. I'm wondering why I don't have any E-6000, duh, keep seeing it mentioned as being used by so many bloggers. Next time I'm in a craft store going to make sure I get some. Happy Week
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