St. Patrick’s Day Hairstyle for Little Girls

I have loved creating different hairstyles for holidays and I saw a cute idea for a clover hairstyle done by Cute Girl’s Hairstyles. The problem is that it was only a 3 leaf clover. It inspired me and I made some tweaks to create an adorable four leaf clover St. Patrick’s Day hairstyle for the little girl in your life!

Four Leaf Clover St. Patrick's Day Hairstyle on www.girllovesglam.com

This post is complete with written instructions and a video. You will find step by step pictures, along with instructions to go with them below the video. [Read more…]

Shamrock Patch Pants and Shirt

One of my favorite parts about holidays is getting my daughter all dolled up for them. Even the most simple holiday can turn into something special with the right outfit! I haven’t ever been the biggest fan of St. Patrick’s Day. I have always felt like it was a little cheesy. I made it my mission to create a cute outfit that wasn’t super cheesy.

Shamrock Patch Pants and Shirt on www.girllovesglam.com

 

I have been obsessed with elbow and knee patches lately. I love them in every way! I decided to throw some shamrocks on an adorable pair of pants and create a unique tee to make the cutest darn St. Patrick’s Day shirt you have ever seen!

Here’s what you will need to make your own… [Read more…]

Simple St. Patrick’s Day Headband Tutorial

I am excited to show you a super, simple way to bring some green into your outfit on St. Patrick’s Day, without overdoing it.
The best thing about this headband is that you can make it the morning of St. Patrick’s Day when you realize you have nothing to make you pinch proof! Another great thing, is that it isn’t permanent. You can easily use a headband you already love for this project and undo it after the holiday!

For this headband, you need…
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*Tulle, ribbon, or fabric in 2 different colors of green
*Headband
*Scissors
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Cut your material into strips that are about 4-5 inches long.
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Tie your material in a knot around the headband.
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Tie more of your material on the headband, alternating colors, until you have it as wide as you want it to be.
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Trim off excess material so that it isn’t all over the place.
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Bam! You are done! I told ya it was simple! It took me about 10 minutes to make and the tulle could be easily cut off after St. Patrick’s Day if you don’t want to rock the green all year. Although, you may want to think twice before you cut it off. Emerald green is the color of the year you know!
Have a great St. Patrick’s Day! Don’t get pinched!
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