wee girl barrettes

Wee girls for the big girls. These barrettes are for some bigger girls on my list. Phoebe’s temporarily off barrettes until she gets that they’re not food.

39 thoughts on “wee girl barrettes

  1. nancy heard says:

    i can TOTALLY relate. my 2-year old is eating playdoh. those face illustrations are so incredibly FAB!!!!!!!!!

  2. Robin says:

    They’re adorable. My problem is every time I make these, the buttons fall off. Any clues on which glue to use? I’m frustrated. The shape of the clip and the back of the button just don’t want to stay glued together. Wah. 🙁

  3. Amber says:

    Have you ever thought about having your art work digitized for embroidery? These would be awesome as applique for machine embroidery. You could use them on t-shirts or bags or anything else you could dream up. I think a lot of your art work would be good for this and you wouldn’t have do hand embroidery. Awesome!

  4. hillary says:

    hey thanks for all the nice comments! you guys are swell. I’m going to try to do that thing I always say I’m going to do.. answer questions in comments….
    elliebelle, laura, barbara – yep regular printer. just like I did the printed dolls.
    robin, I use e6000 glue. I use the end of the barrette to swipe a big glob of glue out of the tube and then stick the button on there, after I pull out the button tab of course.
    amber – nope, my machine is old school so I don’t know anything about digitized embroidery
    sally – maybe! I need something for that etsy shop I was thinking about.
    erica – probably not, I just put something up in the freebies.
    angela – yep, covered buttons.
    jennifer – woo! oscar’s rock 🙂

  5. Robin says:

    Thanks for the answer- homegirl!
    It is so generous of you to take the time. 🙂
    Yup. I thought I was following your instructions to the tee. Guess I just need to glob (being the operative word) MORE glue! Craft e6000, right?

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