4.04.2010

Bobby Pin Flowers


I am forever looking for something to tie up my hair when I get in the kitchen. To remedy this I made some cute bobby pin flowers and planted them in miniature flowers pots.   I set them on the ledge to my homemade recipe holder, so that when I get into the kitchen my bobby pins are handy.


Took a plain bobby pin and hot glued a flower bud  had on hand.  Did the same with several bobby pins.


Repeated the same, hot glue to another flower.


Took a tiney terra cotta planter, filled it with moss and a couple of leaves and planted my bobby pins.


A full pot of the white flowers.


A full pot of the red flowers.


And here they are sitting pretty on the shelf of my homemade magnetic recipe holder.

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26 comments:

  1. What a great idea and they are so fun and cute!

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  2. Great idea!!flowers are always so pretty... can never have enough!very cute!

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  3. These would be great worn sticking into a bun or other updo!Great idea!

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  4. I loved it! Thanks for sharing!
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  5. very cute! I really love the little pots, too. I hopped over from The Girl Creative and am so happy that I did. Please accept my invitation to drop in at my place one this week when you get a moment.I became a follower and hopefully you will do the same. until later...

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  6. That's so cute! What a great idea!!

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  7. I love the white ones! So cute!
    thanks for commenting on the match holder! Business card holder sounds great!
    gail

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  8. Your a bobbi pickin' genius..lol

    tootles,
    bunny

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  9. What an adorable idea I absolutely love it!

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  10. Well if those aren't the cutest things all displayed in the flower pot! Great idea and very practical too!
    Jane

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  11. Great idea! I like how you bejeweled the white ones. :)

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  12. What a cute idea with the flowers. Thanks for stopping in and hope you have a great week, Theresa

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  13. I love this! Nothing is better than the classic bobby pin - and now with a twist! I'm going to make these too!

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  14. Hi I'm Barb coming to visit from tip junkie tues. I became your newest foloower. Love your ideas!!I hope you get a chance to visit my blog @ santasgiftshoppe.blogspot.com
    & get inspired by something for your family/home. I hope you will follow me as well.
    Also I'm having a Link Party Monday April 12th called "My Creative Space" @ Santa's Gift Shoppe Year Round..Would love you to join in.

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  15. What a CUTE idea...thanks for sharing it with all of us at my NTT par-tay!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  16. This is the cutest thing ever. I think I'll make one for my granddaughter. She will adore it! Thanks for your visit and the sweet comment on my numbered box and chalkboard mirror.

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  17. Love it! So cute and clever. I am always looking for something to hold my hair back in the kitchen too...what a great idea. The pots look fantastic sitting there too! Great idea!
    Holly
    504 Main

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  18. Beautiful AND practical! I love it!

    Have a wonderful Wednesday!
    Anne

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  19. What a cute idea!! Thanks for stopping by for a visit and I wanted to let you know the paint color I used was Gray Pearl from Lowes its a Martha Stewart color, they don't have her line anymore but if you ask them they still have her formulas, I used satin finish.
    Hugs~Kelly

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  20. Those are so cute Sylvia! You could also do something like that in the teeny clay pots and use for placecard holders:-) ~xo~ Janet

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  21. I love these!! If you are interested, I would love you to post this on my Favorite Things Friday party!

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  22. Wonderful idea! I'm going to make these! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  23. I love it!

    Thanks for joining Get Your Craft on Thursday! Please join me next week for another great party!

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  24. Thanks so much for posting this on Favorite Things Friday!

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  25. Thanks for the nice tips. Your pin flowers are looking great............

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I love your comments and look forward to reading each and every one of them,
Sylvia