Thursday, August 21, 2008

Handmade Hairbows

Aren't these hairbows lovely? *smile*... they are all handmade... and they are for sale too *smile*...

This is purely done with the intention to help a little girl realize her dream of being an entrepreneur...

More details will be given later on how to make purchases of these sweet & lovely hairbows... :)

11 comments:

B@bYh|r0Sh| said...

i am also hand crafting hair bows.....
they are so pretty...
made to match every dress.......
oh so sweet.....

4MalMal said...

these are SOOOO nice! can't wait to see what lovely stuff you have made to sell! I can understand the JOY of realising the dream of becoming an entrepreneur, cos I have such dream too :) For me, it doesn't matter how big the business is, just taking a small step and making the 1st sale is worth celebrating. Congratulations!

Joyce Long said...

Wow..your hair bows are so pretty..hmm..maybe I should start with this 1st..at least simple ones..cuz I have been buying clips for cherrlyn and keep losing..where did you get the sliver clips? how to start?

mamabliss said...

Hi Hiroshima, yeah...it's so fun to make hairbows right... and yes, can make one to fit all occasions and outfit ;)

mamabliss said...

yes Rachel, totally agree... it doesn't matter how much is made from the biz... it's just to fulfil a dream of doing something one is passionate about :) just look at all the Etsy.com shops... and I'm completely inspired...teehehe

mamabliss said...

Hi Joyce, I can give you a lesson on this if you are interested... :) let me know when you are free... we can make arrangements *smile* making hairbows is fun...

YM said...

Pauline,
Can I know what kind of glue you used and where did you get it from?
Sophie has tore off lots of her bows from the clips.
I tried to repair them using craft glue from Spotlight, but they don't seem to stick well!
rgds
Yee Mun

mamabliss said...

Hello YM, the hairbows can be adhere by hot glue. Get a hot glue gun from any hardware shops... this dries faster and last slightly better than craft glue. :) Don't buy from Spotlight... it's too expensive... i saw a hot glue gun at textile ctr that costs less than $10.

Irene said...

waaaaaaahhh... so nice! :)

YM said...

Pauline,
Thanks for the info on the hot glue gun! I found it at Popular Bookshop :)

mamabliss said...

oh yes... YM, forgotten that Popular also sells glue gun *smile*