Cut twill tape to cover the comb length twice, angling ends to meet in the middle.
Measure the pearl trim to fit the comb.
For the top part of the trim, go in between the comb and the twill tape to attach.
Finish off the ends.
Repeat for a second comb, and finis!
I also loved the gray and pearl next to this robins egg blue tissue paper and box. Pretty!
Anne, they are beautiful!
so simple and so lovely
Thanks you two! I love them, also!
LOVE them! So pretty.
Aya Smith says
So pretty!! And easy to boot 🙂
Aya ♥ Strawberry Koi
Christina @ Hair Romance says
These are so sweet! Do you think it would also work if you glued it rather than sewed it?
Christina, I do think it would work if you glued it. Sometimes glue doesn’t last as long, but it sure does the job quicker! Let me know if you try it.
I fell upon you site while checking the world of linseed and flax.
What a lovely smiley picture you make, keep on using the fantastic flax fibre. This is my website it explains my interest http://www.highbarnoils.co.uk
My flax growing friend site is http://www.thecourtofthesilverking.co.uk i hope you will enjoy it. he does so many things with flaxfibre linen.
Dilly Tante says
Wow, gorgeous but simple project. I hope your niece loves them.
these are really pretty! 🙂
Laks Pravin says
Wow, what a pretty and cool idea! Neat execution too, I really like the fact you used needle and a thread instead of glue. Makes it so much better.
Lisa Mecham says
I LOVE This idea! I hope you don’t mind I included it in a list post that links back to your page. I hope you like it!
Thanks for sharing Lisa!