Spark some Kreativity Saturday is here once again! As May had an extra week here's a wearable quickie! Hope you like it.
The fun with the mixed media kit from the Kraaft Shaak continues. It comes with a great assortment of vintage pages. I used a few of those pages to create a fun hair accessory that was inspired by a pin that I saw from a friend on Pinterest.
I started with some of the text papers, which I cut into strips. No worries about getting straight strips; it won't matter.
I then used some inktense pencils to add some color. I went with pink and yellow. I colored the strips half yellow, half pink. I then cut a scallop all along the strips.
They were looking a bit flat so I crinkled them up for texture.
I then cut out a "donut" shape out of some grudge board. I've had this in my stash for a while and not sure what it's intended for, but I liked that it's thick and flexible.
With my pieces all ready, I glued the page strips onto the circle base. I added a few layers.
I then turned my attention to creating a pick. For this, I created a paper straw by rolling up one of the strips I had cut up.
With my pick ready, I embellished it with some more of my scallops to create a flower on one end of my stick.
And just like that, my wearable is born! A few layers of clear glue or mod podge help provide durability.
A few views of this in action.
It's a fun way to hold your hair up. My hair is too short for a bun but I think it would look cool on one.
Hope you enjoy this quick craft and that it inspires you to create something you can wear.
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