Super Simple Crochet Bows -- wouldn't these be cute on bobby pins or on a safety pin for a brooch?
would be really cute to have bridal shower/engagement party guests bring a pin or brooch instead of using bows/ribbons on gifts and use that for the rehearsal bouquet!
How to make a tiny bow with a fork. Cute and easy. Glue the bows on letters, in scrap books or on a bobby pin for a cute and girly touch :)
If you're looking for a fresh way to rock flowers in your hair, this bobby pin set is the solution. With two bobby pins featuring rhinestone-centered crochet daisies, and two boasting fabric roses, this set is simple enough to sport daily (but wear them all at once if you want a bolder. £1.40
DIY: pin cushion jars.... would be a cute idea for a Pinterest party @Quinn Jones Hackett. not to make for the project, but if one of the projects involved sewing or needing to pin fabric for any reason, we could have these for our pins. :)
Style Deals - Unruly hair, be gone! This set of 50 bobby pins will always come to the rescue. Packaged in a compact case, these are portable enough to stow in your purse. Perfect for creating chic updos or messy topknots, they'll keep your locks on point all day long. 50 pieces total Case. £1.50
These Retro Bike cupcake toppers will be the envy of an adult party or super cute for a child’s party!
If you're going to San Francisco, it'll be super easy to put flowers in your hair. This set of hair pins, in particular, won't wilt or fall off either! With three bobby pins boasting is own decorative flower, you'll be romantically hippie chic in no time. Lightweight Bobby pin length: 2.5";. £1.40
7+ Super Simple and FUN Valentine's Day Games!! These would be perfect for a class party or something fun to share with the kids at home. Love these!
For the kiddos
Great tutorial on simple burlap flowers and bows for a junky-cute embellishment on anything!
Lynnelle H. Blackwell
Free Crochet Easter Bunny Pattern per the site: "I am using mine as napkin ring holders for Easter. Glue a pin back on them to wear as a brooch for Easter, use as appliques on a t-shirt, use them after Easter on baby gifts or blankets, add a hanger and use them on an Easter tree, or hang them on a gift bag or gift box." There's a pix of them as napkin rings on the site--very cute.