Snatch up 3 bobby pins and fabric scraps & mimic this DIY fashion statement

Bobby pins might be one of the most often used hair tools. They can help set a hairstyle, keep an updo in place, take control of stray pieces of hair, or accentuate an outfit. And if you have some scrap fabric lying around, you can upcycle your plain bobby pins into eye-catching accessories. 
To do this project, all you need are your scraps of fabric, the bobby pins you want to beautify, and a little super glue. If you have kids or teens who are bored at home, this is a fun project they can show off. It’s easy enough that they can do it themselves with your supervision and a great way to customize their hair accessories. 
- Fabric scraps
- Bobby pins
- Cutting mat
- Ruler
- Fabric marking tool
- Fabric scissors
- Straight pins
- Gorilla Super Glue Gel
- X-Acto Knife
DIY Everywhere
1. Layout your scrap fabric on a cutting mat or a flat surface. Place your bobby pin near the bottom corner, about 1 inch up from the bottom edge, and about 1/2 inch from the side. 

2. With a ruler and your fabric marking tool, draw a line from the bottom edge to about 1 inch above the top of your bobby pin on the fabric. Use fabric scissors to cut along the line and to the edge, giving you a rectangle. 

3. Use the rectangle you just cut as a guide and cut similar pieces with your other fabric scraps.  

TIP: To make cutting the additional rectangles easier, stack your scraps and use a straight pin to secure the top rectangle, then cut around it. 
4. Once your fabric rectangles are cut out, turn them right side down on your working surface. Apply a strip of super glue on top of your bobby pin. Press that top side with the glue onto one of the fabric rectangles. Press the two pieces together until the glue is set. 

5. On the other side of the bobby pin, now facing up, place a dot of glue. Fold the edge of the fabric rectangle over into the glue and let it set. 

6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 with the rest of your bobby pins and fabric squares. 

7. Once the superglue is completely set and dried, use an X-Acto knife to cut along the edge of the bobby pin, removing the extra fabric. Leave a small strip on the closed end of the bobby pin to glue around the curve. 

8. Repeat step 7 with the rest of your bobby pins.