When shoemaker Robert Pinney invented the first plain but practical bobby pin in 1868, he surely never imagined all of the elaborate variations that would be available today! In this tutorial, a young crafter teaches you how to glam up your bobby pins. Using costume jewelry, sequins or other cheap stuff and a little bit of glue, you can give your old bobby pins a fun new look.
Hollistergirl1O1 has been making jewelry since she was six years old. She designs and teaches how to make handmade jewelry like earrings and friendship bracelets, among other fashion accessories. Although not even a teen yet, this girl knows her jewelry!
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