How to make Halloween fabric scrap hair bows

Whether it is due to time, money or having no parties to attend, sometimes dressing up in a full Halloween costume isn't an option. Instead of missing out on this holiday tradition, opt for Halloween-themed accessories that allow you to feel festive in a more subtle and cost-effective way.
This hair bow is a quick DIY project ideal as a last-minute addition to an outfit. As soon as the glue has set, this bow can be placed in your hair. Pair with a matching Halloween-colored outfit (think orange and black or black and purple) to finish off the look.
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Materials
- Square Halloween-themed fabric scrap
- Hot-glue gun
-Pinking shears
- Yellow cord
- Metal alligator hair clip
Instructions
1. Place the fabric right side down. Fold the bottom edge of the fabric to the middle and glue into place.
2. Fold the top edge of the fabric to the middle and glue into place.
3. Cut off a small amount of fabric on both edges using pinking shears.
4. Pinch together the middle of the fabric and wrap the yellow cord around it three or four times. Secure the cord with hot glue.
5. Cut off any excess yellow cord with scissors.
6. Place hot glue onto the flat part of the metal alligator hair clip and press the back of the bow into the glue.
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7. Allow the hot glue to set before placing the bow in your hair.
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