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Topic: using natures gifts(like wire) to adorn my hair  (Read 868 times)
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« on: March 23, 2007 05:28:35 AM »

all are pretty easy, but i like them, so here are pics(excuse my looks i decided to do those pics after coming home late):

snails are so cute, ive tons of snail houses collected, i also got earrings and other stuff made out of them.


i have several of these



ribbon attached with clips, so it will stay in the right place all night.



i also made a bunch of this beechnut spiral thingies, i do most of my hair accessoirs on those spirals its easy to put in and they never ever fall out.



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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2007 07:09:06 AM »

Do those 'hair spirals' work well then? I have nightmare visions of never being able to get them out again...

I love the feather ones. The beechnut ones work surprisingly well, and the snail shell is cute! How fragile is the shell, though? I imagine it would break really easily...
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