Saturday 4 February 2012

Threading Your Way ~ Features

23 awesome hair accessories linked up to our Hair Accessories Link Party. So many fabulous, creative ideas!!! Don't forget, this is an ONGOING linky which will remain open all year. So, if you do make some hair accessories, add them. We'd love to have a look.

It's become clear to me, that I need to purchase a hot glue gun if I want to experiment more with making things to wear in the hair. Sewing by itself isn't enough! Am I the only person who doesn't own a hot glue gun? I just know I'll burn myself and get glue everywhere... LOL!!! How do you stop this from happening?

And now, onto some features...

According to Mr Linky, the most viewed hair accessories were:
And another which also caught my eye:
Two adorable new girls' dresses added:
And two more fabulous bags:

Head on over and visit these talented ladies. 

Each week, I will place a blog button, belonging to the blog which was most viewed, in my sidebar. The most viewed link this week was Feathers and Lace. Jessica, look out for your blog button in my sidebar.

Feel free to grab a button if you've been featured...

You can find the Master list of ongoing link parties at Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way 

Remember, all of our link parties are ongoing. You can add projects at any time.
A new party for Boys' Clothes begins tomorrow.

I look forward to seeing more of your creativity...

... Pam


  1. I've got the hot glue gun... but haven't used it to its full potential yet! You get used to the burns after a while!!! lol

  2. I didn't own a glue gun until I started making hair accessories...and yes, watch out for the burns! Keep up glass of water close by just in case :)

  3. Awesome! Thanks for the feature!

  4. Thank you for featuring my Harper dress! There are some other great dresses linked up there, so I'm very honored! :o)

  5. Thanks so much Pam! This is such a fun party. You totally need a glue gun!!! They have cool touch ones that shouldn't burn. I however have a hot one and do burn my self often. It's not any worse than cooking. Make sure you put a paper plate or a piece of cardboard under it (to catch the glue) and you will be fine.:)


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