I am such a fan of every project and DIY that is on Make It and Love It. I wish that I had just a fraction of her creativity and imagination. Anyways, with four girls in the household, there's plenty of hair to fix, brush, and style. And unfortunately, I was not gifted in this area. I can barely get my own hair looking presentable, much less anyone else's (poor kids). I've found that the easiest and most convenient way to pull back the girls' hair is with a hair clip. Fast, easy and cute!
She has a fantastic tutorial on how to make them. The directions are easy to follow, and I enjoyed making lots of different kinds of clips. You don't need much ribbon, so I was able to use scraps from my ribbon bag. The clips don't slip out which is great with baby fine hair, and they are gentle on the hair.
And clips look cute on the kids. For some variety, I glued on an organza flower or a felt flower to decorate the clip--so girly! A actually likes them and doesn't mind having them in her hair. They are easy to put together so you can make one to match every outfit.