* fabric-covered button hairpins

Posted on January 15th, 2012 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


When I was visiting home last month, my mom noticed some cute earrings and hairpins in a shop.  They were obviously made from fabric-covered buttons, so I thought I would try to make her some.  I had everything already: kits and hairpins, plus some small-print fabric scraps (these are from charm squares) and E6000 glue.

I’m always kind of astonished at how quick and easy these things are, with such nice results!



2 Responses to “fabric-covered button hairpins”

  1. Katie Says:

    How cute are those!? I would love to make some for my daughter!

  2. Becket Says:

    These are adorable! But what in the world is E6000 glue?

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