These are the Valentine Cards I made. They were made from a board paper, a decorated paper, and ribbons.


The design of the card below was copied from a magazine. Aside from the overall look, I just changed the body and wings of the bee to hearts.

 
 
Pretty little hair clips. Making use of stickers for hair clip is fun because you can put all the attitude you want on your project. Plus the kids will really like it when they see their favorite character or princess on it.

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Get a stable base for the soft stickers. A loading card will do.

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Choose your favorite sticker character.

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Glue gun it on the card. Then cut around the shape of the sticker.

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It could take a while but you get a durable hair clip. The picture shows the back of the project.

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They are now ready to be glued on the clips.

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Another version I had done is using an art paper as base. The art paper according to its label is cloth, I have no idea which one is correct.

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Gluing then securely.

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They're so full of attitude you'll like to wear them everyday.

 
 

This refrigerator magnets were stickers that I glued on magnets. That's how easy they were made. Aside from them being colorful and fun, you can get any character for it -- even your own picture.

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Buy any variety of magnets that you like. For this particular project, I used the flat magnets on the right.

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Choose a sticker that fancies you. I had chosen characters fro Plants and Zombies.

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Since the stickers are soft. You need a had base. These loading card is flexible for any intentions it should serve. Choose any material you like to glue your stickers. Glue gun them securely for them not to chip off.

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Glue the sticker on the card then cut if off, tracing the end of the sticker. Then glue gun the magnets.

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And here you go, your functioning refrigerator magnets.

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Another version I had with a bigger magnet. The magnet I used here is the magnet on the middle of the picture of magnets above.

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The biggest magnet here made by using a thicker material (base) for the sticker to be glued on. Then a magnet was glued on the other side.

 
 
Lovely damsel waiting for his price.
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We need a 3" ribbon for its face, 15" ribbon for her long hair, 6"x0.25" for the ribbon on her hair and two seductive eyes.

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Fold the face into halves then wrap around the hair. Noticing a very long end.

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This is how it should look at the back.

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Then tie the small ribbon just below the chin. Glue them all in place. In such a way that the hair will not separate from the face when touched or pulled.

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Glue in the eyes and hair clip and your just finished your project.

 
 
A cute little dog with big ears. More popularly known of the hotdog breed, the duschshund.
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We nee a 10"x1.5" ribbon and a dolls eye

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Find the center and fold it like so to reveal a triangle.

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Fold the triangle at the center.

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Pull down each end to opposite sides as shown. They will become the ears. The pointed end will become the snout.

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Insert the pointed end of the snout inside to make it chopped. Then glue them in.

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Glue in an eye and hair clip. Smoothen the ears by cutting it to resemble fine ears.

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This is how it should look like when you finished your project.

 
 
A cute flower with stamen. It looks complicated but easy to make.
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We need 1"x12" ribbon.

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Fold half an inch all the way.

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Then insert a needle with thread at the top of the folds.

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Then ties the both ends of the thread together. It now holds the ribbon at the center. Evenly spread the folds around the thread then press it down at the middle.

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Your results will be like this then cut the thread longer to show the stamen.

 
 
Lovely princess horse for your hair.
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We need an eye with twinkling lashes

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and a 2"x8" ribbon

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Find the center and create this triangle.

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Fold the triangle at the middle with the triangle inside.

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Fold the ribbon again like so.

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Then flip back like so. The pointed part is the mouth and the other end is the body. Between them is the hair.

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This is how the folds look like at the back.

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Insert the tip of the mouth to form a chopped shape. Glue them all to secure them in there place.

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Then glue the eye with lashes and the hair clip and your project should look like this. Lovely!

 
 
A beautiful black dog with spots. An easy to do projects but rocks on your hair.
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W need 10"x1" ribbon and eye

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Measure 3" then fold it. Fold up after another 1". Continue to bring the long end to the back.

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This is the back. Fold it diagonally, 45 degrees. Measure 3" then fold it back. Fold it down again diagonally.

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Your project should look like this now. Both ends should separate a bit to form a bulkier body.

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This is how it looks at the front.

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Insert the edge of the ear inside to make the edges curvier. For the snout, insert the lower edge only. Glue the eye and hair clip. The white blemishes were made by the glue, you may leave it so as spots or you can color it with pentel pen or marker to cover the flaw.

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You project is finished this way. Enjoy!

 
 
A charming doll on your hair with a surprise stare.
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We need 1"x11" ribbon for the hair and 1"x3" ribbon for the face. They should be of different colors.

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Then your ribbons will look like this only if you follow these steps. Fold the hair ribbon ribbon with each end an inch apart. That inch will create an illusion that the hair were cut staggered. Fold the face ribbon then wrap around the hair ribbon like so. The smaller end is forwarded and manipulated or adjucted to cover half of the face. The other end is at its correct place. Notice the overlap of the face and hair. this overlap on both sides and top of the face will be glued to hold them together.

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This is how it looks at the back.

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Glue them in to secure them in there place. Glue in two eyes, one under the hair and one peeking out. The eyes will give a stare to anyone curious enough to poke on your hair bow.

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This is how your project should should look like when finished sticking them all together.

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And here you have it a lovely Ribbon hair clip.

 
 
A cute goldfish that I found on the net while trying to see how the Bow Ribbons have evolved and I found this particularly interesting plus it is easy to make.
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We Just need a ribbon 1"x10" and another 6" long.

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Find the middle and create a triangle like so.

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Fold just below the small triangle for the fin.

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Get the 6" long ribbon and fold thirds at the middle

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Then tie it where smack right where you folded. Finis the ends like so. Don't forget to glue an eye or draw it as warranted.

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Glue it on a Hair Clip.

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And here it is ready for a silky hair.

Other samples of Fish bows made on different ribbon colors. Simple manipulations were done on the other examples which surely is easy to follow.