Every day is a gift-giving day, not only just for Christmas. I'm a fan of gifting yourself and your loved ones that precious well deserved ME-TIME.
Perfect time to create, bond, and laugh together while creating unforgettable memories.
Learning something new never goes out of style. And when you get to make something unique, you treasure it forever. It becomes a priceless experience that you can teach others who are willing to add to their own collective experience.
The "Name Your Daisy Hair Ties" is such a fun, personalised project that you will enjoy making for yourself or with your loved ones. They make perfect gifts, and they are ideal for stocking fillers. This hair tie can be worn as a bracelet too.
Make as many as you want with your favourite slogans and names. You can even make mummy and daughter slogans. You can create hair ties with your friend's names, siblings or even your pets names
Does your child have a sleepover or party coming up soon? Guess what? The DIY personalised daisy hair tie project is a perfect creation experience to make and share.
Anyways, without further ado, let's get this creative project started. Remember this is a fun experience, so relax and enjoy the incredible thrill creativity brings.
- 2 x Sewing Needle (Large and Small Needle Eye)
- Flat Nose Pliers
- Super Glue
- Coin for Stencil
- Clear Elastic Thread
- Cotton Thread
- Mixed Seed Beads
- Acrylic Alphabet Beads
- Self Adhesive Daisy with Jewel Centre
- Old Jeans For Stencil
Firstly, thread and knot onto a large-eyed needle, an elastic thread.
Proceed to string the seed beads onto the elastic thread till you reach your desired size.
Once you've reached your desired length, finish off your bracelet /hair ties by making a tight double knot, while pulling the elastic slightly to stretch.
Then, trim off the excess elastic with scissors, dab the knot with superglue and leave to dry.
Double thread and knot a cotton thread onto a smaller eyed needle. Start stringing your alphabet beads with seed beads in between each letter onto the cotton thread.
At the end of your last alphabet bead, take your needle and insert it in between the knotted end of your cotton thread. Then pull the string tightly to bring all the beads together.
Once you've pulled your beads to a circular shape, thread your needle back through a couple of alphabet and seed beads, and pull tightly.
Proceed to make a double knot by wrapping the threaded needle in between the beads. Trim off excess with scissors.
Step seven looks like this when complete.
Carefully, dab a super glue behind each alphabet bead and then press firmly onto the self-adhesive daisy with jewel centre until dry.
Repeat this process for the rest of your beads.
Step nine look like this when complete.
Draw a circular outline using a coin onto an old material. Then cut out the shape using scissors.
Step eleven looks like this when completed.
Pull the peel off the adhesive at the back of the daisy, add a dab of super glue, then place the knotted end of the bracelet onto the adhesive. Press down to secure, while the glue dries.
To finish off, dab super glue around the edges of the cut-out circle outline, then press down firmly until dry.
Your finished hair ties/bracelet looks like this when complete.
Why not make some more fun, colourful, personalised bold hair statements using your favourite words and slogans.