A set of kanzashi hairpins

Frequent and very popular jewelry among modern fashionistas are handmade jewelry. After all, these decorations are unique, exclusive and very beautiful. They are always executed in individual orders and 100% repetition is simply impossible, since the work is very delicate and sensitive, and besides, it is calculated precisely on the fact that the work will be done very finely in detail. It is among the hair ornaments that the technique in modern needlework called kanzashi is very common. This is a technique that came to us from oriental beauties, who can very subtly combine and create floral arrangements in different colors and ratios. So oriental beauties learned to decorate combs, hairpins, headbands, elastic bands with beautiful flowers, which gave their hair a special beauty and elegance. This technique has passed to us and is very popular in our days. Therefore, in order not to look for a jewelery master,then you can get acquainted with this master class and make beautiful hairpins with your own hands. For a master class you need to take: • Ribbon of brocade salad color in 4 cm width, • Ribbon satin beige in polka-dots of width 35 mm • • Metal clasp automatic, • Two metal clip-clamps, • Scissors, • Glittering cabochons for the mid-green; • Glue gun • Scissors, ruler, lighter, tweezers and pencil. In this master class we will consider the creation of different hairpins, the flowers on which will be made in two wow colors and petals will be made of two kinds.
 A set of hairpins using the kanzashi technique
A set of pins in the kanzashi technique Cut squares of 4 * 4 cm brocade ribbon and 35 * 35 mm satin ribbon. We cut a lot of squares from both tapes and burn them all along the edges with a lighter.
 Kanzashi hairpin set
 A set of kanzashi hairpins
So, we take one small square.We fold the satin square diagonally.
 A set of kanzashi hairpins
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
Then fold it again.
A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
 A set of kanzashi hairpins
Clamp and while postponing. Now we also fold the brocade square.
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
The first time folded and the second. Now we put the salad dressing on beige, with a shift of about 2 mm down. Clamp together.
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
We fold it again in half and do the cutters from the side and bottom.They need to be burned with a lighter.
 A set of pins in Kansas technique
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
The first type of petal is ready. Now we will make petals of another kind. We also take a square.
 A set of pins in Kansas technique
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
Fold in half diagonally once, then inward the right side of the petal.
 A set of pins in Kansas technique
A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
Then the left side of the petal. Now turn the petal back and cut off the bottom and side.
A set of pins in Kansas technique
 A set of pins in Kansas technique All cutters also burn and level the petal.
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
 A set of kanzashi hairpins
We also do the same with the brocade square.
 Kanzashi hairpin set
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
We get the same petal with a partition.
 A set of kanzashi hairpins
 A set of hairpins using the kanzashi technique
So, we make 14 petals with double petals x 8 pieces from each tape.
 A set of hairpins using the kanzashi technique
A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
Cut out four circles from the brocade ribbon and burn them. Now we are starting to collect and paste on the flower petals.Alternate rounded petals and glue eight petals to a flower, and sharp double petals collect seven petals to a flower. Inside we glue the cabochons, then we glue the flowers on the metal hairpins.
A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
 A set of kanzashi hairpins
Hairpins are collected and look like this. It turned out very stylish and elegant, and most importantly, no one has such hairpins. Thank you for your attention and good luck!
 A set of kanzashi hairpins
 A set of pins in the kanzashi technique
A set of hairpins using the kanzashi technique


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