Silver Bobby Pins - 6 Pack

$5.95 USD
Item# 704822
Currently Out of Stock

Product Features

  • Sturdy silver plated pins hold hair securely
  • Features a 10 mm pad for your custom cabachon
  • Beautiful embellishment for adults or children
  • Six 2" pins per package

Product Description

Hold Your Hair Back with Style!
You can make a standard hair pin into a style-setting fashion accessory and even coordinate your designs to match your favorite outfits. It's easy to create wearable art with these findings. Bobby pins measure 2" long and have a 10mm pad. To create custom hair accessories, simply use an adhesive, to secure your cabochon in place. Sold unfinished, pack of six.

Finished project shown created by glass artist Melanie Churchill.

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  •   Silver Bobby Pins
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Pros : they are a nice tight bobby pin...making them good for young childs hair as well as adult hair. Great stocking stuffers with dichro buttons glued on to give them bling.
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Pros : Good concept and different.
Cons : I think it would be nice to be able to set the glass in a bezel surround to keep it more finished looking and secure.
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  •   So cute
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Pros : These work wonderful and turn out super cute.
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Other Thoughts : They hold slightly large pieces of fuzes glass around nickle size that are just so cute for all ages.
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