-headbands, hair ties
This is such and easy craft. First, search on Amazon.com, Etsy and local toy stores for small plastic dinosaurs. You can find them for less than $5. I searched for neon figurines to add a little bit of Lynn Stone flair. You want to make sure you don’t order any figurines that are too large/heavy or they will be difficult to attach and wear.
Then all you have to do is add a bit of hot glue to the back of a dinosaur and attach it to the hair accessory of your choice: headband, clip, bobby pin, hair tie or scrunchie. If you are having difficulty getting the dino to stay with only glue, they can also be wired on.
Ideas for decorating the dinosaur figurines:
Roll them in:
- rainbow sprinkles (will have to be temporary, but would look super cool)
Spray paint them:
You don’t have to wear your dino-cessory all the time – trust me, I don’t want you to be some weird dinofreak gurl. It’s just a fun piece to integrate when you go out or maybe if you feel like you take yourself too seriously, you can pop in a dino-hair clip to jazz yo’self up. It’s cheap. It’s easy. It’s hot as hell. And you’ll be a regular craftasaurus rex.