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DIY Felt Valentine Ponytail Holder

Felt heart ponytail holder on www.aliceandlois.comI don’t know about you, but I am always thinking of something new and handmade for my girl on Valentine’s Day. I had a stash of felt and came up with a hand stitched heart ponytail holder. You can really make them in any shape you want. I made three ponytail holders in forty five minutes.

Read more for the easy and quick tutorial.

DIY valentine-ponytail-holder on aliceandlois.comSupplies: felt, embroidery thread and needle, glue gun, ponytail holders.


valentine-ponytail-holder-stepsStep 1: Cut 2 heart shaped heart pieces of felt. Cut a smaller heart shape to go inside the two bigger hearts. Also cut a smaller heart in a contrast color.

Step 2: Using the embroidery thread stitch the white heart on the front of top layer or felt.

Step 3: Place the extra heart inside the two hearts to add weight.

Step 4: Stitch the larger hearts together. Start on the bottom. Knot the thread on the back of the heart.

Step 5: Tie the two ends of threads in a double knot and trim excess thread.

Step 6: Cut a circle piece of felt a bit smaller than the heart. Using a glue gun, secure the ponytail holder under the circle to the back of the heart.

You have now created a sweet Valentine’s gift! Enjoy! We would love to see your creations – you can share on our Facebook page or tag us on Instagram @aliceandlois

DIY valentine ponytail holder on aliceandlois.com

DIY valentines ponytail holder on aliceandlois.com

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3 thoughts on “DIY Felt Valentine Ponytail Holder

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  2. Ginnie

    Hi, Sara! It was great to connect with you at the blogger hangout yesterday. I love this adorable project. I’m going to point my sister to your blog – this would be the cutest thing for her daughter:)


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