How to make Halloween fabric scrap bobby pins

Keeping it simple is sometimes the best option when it comes to Halloween attire, especially if you have to be in charge of the rest of your family's costumes. There is no need for a hot and stuffy getup when you can look just as Halloween-ready with much less effort.
These Halloween bobby pins allow you to get into the season's spirit in no time. Simply slide these pins into your hair and you will instantly look festive. Check out the video and instructions to see how you can make them yourself. The cute, shabby chic appearance of these pins will even keep you looking stylish while celebrating.
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Materials
- 2 Halloween themed fabric scraps in different patterns
- Pinking shears
- Sewing needle
- Thread
- Scissors
- Bobby pin with metal pad
- Hot-glue gun
Instructions
1. Cut each type of fabric into three small squares that are about the same size.
2. Pinch together the middle of two fabric squares to create cone-like shapes with the pattern on the inside. Place one piece of fabric inside the other.
3. Sew together the bunched ends of two pieces of fabric using a needle and thread.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 two more times, threading the fabric pieces onto the same thread used in the previous step.
5. Cut off any excess thread with scissors.
6. Glue the fabric piece to the metal pad of the bobby pin using a hot-glue gun.
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7. Allow the glue to set before putting the bobby pin in your hair.
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