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Hey crafty vacation gal!!! These are totally adorable. You take simple little things like clips and felt, combine just the right colors sizes, shapes and embellishments and make mini little masterpieces that so look like something that if we really, really tried and looked hard at your example, then maybe, just maybe, we might be able to do it too!! You are such an inspiration. Thanks and have such a wonderful vacation with the girlfriends.

Soooo sweet! And the flower on the packaging looks like it could be worn in the hair too. You're such a crafty girl!

Ohhh Anna, these are right up my alley :) Totally adorable for ALL ages. I was getting ready to SLAM into my Etsey page to see if you put them up for sale [*sad face*] .... keeping fingers crossed & hoping!!!! XoXo

P.S. Maybe your Dad would like some under-garments decorated in your frilly-sparkely flowers ... altho I do know that wool is itchy *wink* Heheheheeee

These are so pretty! I would so wear one of these! I think I have some hair clips to make!!

Very sweet gift idea. Love your colors & I too love wool felt. It's so fun to work with. Thanks!

Oh I adore wool felt so naturally I am head over heels over your hand cut wool felt flower clips. The little dusting of micro-glitter adds the perfect highlight and your packaging is absolutely heartwarming. I would hazard a guess that the lucky recipient won't want to open the pretty packaging. So very pretty!

Oh my goodness, what a beautiful gift set! I see a happy dance in some lucky recipients future!

The packaging is a wonderful as the sweet flower hair clips. Someone is going to LOVE this gift. :) Hugs...

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