Princess-Style Beaded Hair Clip Designs with Pearls
Summary: Here is a tutorial on how to make a beaded hair clip with pearls. If you like this princess-style beaded hair clip design, just make it!
This is totally a princess-style hair clip; I mean the pink ribbon, the white beads and the pearls. It’s so pretty that every sweet girl will want to own it. To some extent, it’s more like a beaded bow or butterfly hair clip. Whatever, your love is the most important! Now follow me to see the beauteous design of this beaded hair clip with pearls.
Materials and tools for making a princess-style beaded hair clip:
6mm Colorful Acrylic Beads, Round, White
10mm Colorful Acrylic Beads, Round, White
6mm Acrylic Beads Imitation Pearl, Round (Gray & Light Yellow)
10mm Acrylic Beads Imitation Pearl, Round (White & Yellow)
16mm Satin Ribbon, Pink
0.7mm Crystal Thread, Clear
Hot Glue Gun
Lighter (Not Shown)
How to make a princess-style beaded hair clip with pearls?
Step 1: make the beaded bow
1st, using crystal thread to string prepared acrylic beads and imitation pearls into two circles. You can arrange the order of beads in any way you like, but as the reference of size, I will tell you how many beads I used;
In the first circle, there are twenty 6mm acrylic beads, four 6mm pearls and seven 10mm pearls. In the other circle, I strung nineteen 6mm acrylic beads, four 10mm pearls and two 10mm acrylic beads. Knot the ends of thread when finish beading and cut off excessive thread;
2nd, hold the middle part of two beaded circles, and twist the crystal thread between the beads to make them together like a bow;
3rd, cut out a strip of satin ribbon measuring 30cm or so;
4th, tie middle of ribbon around the twisted part of two beaded circles, and then tie a slipknot with the tails of ribbon.
Step 2: glue hair clip
1st, cut the ends of ribbon at an angle and seal the ends with lighter;
2nd, glue a hair clip at back.
This is all about making a cute beaded hair clip with pearls. You don’t have to worry about the step of twisting two beaded circles into a bow. Just twist their middle parts; you will always get a unique bow even if it doesn’t look like mine.