I made Keira and Kalei a bunch of hair clips over the past couple of weeks. It's helped compensate for the wintry snowy weather we've had. I have to say, they were so fun to make, and with most of them taking all of 10-15 minutes, and the endless possibilities, the more I made, the more I wanted to make. I hung some on some yellow ribbon for easy access and so they won't get squished in a box.
This brooch made of AMH's Chocolate Lollipop fabric, tute here. It's thicker, so good for a purse decoration, maybe not so much for hair:
I used Kelly's from Sewing in No Man's Land tutorial to make these pinwheel / stacked flowers. The top right deep purple one is made of cheap acrylic felt I think I paid 25 cents/sheet for. The light blues are real wool felt, and while thicker and sturdier, and probably won't pill like the acrylic, I don't see much of an aesthetic difference for $3.25 more per sheet...unless you're gonna buy wool felt to actually felt it, but for these hair clips, acrylic works fine, and is actually lighter weight for little girls' hair.
I used this tute to make these felt (right) and cotton rosettes:
This one was just some trim I had that I rolled up and sewed a big button onto:
These stacked flowers clips are sort of my design. The one on the left is to match Kalei's Liberty for Target dress:
Here are some other hair clip/brooch tutes I wanna give a whirl:
And here's a whole awesome blog dedicated to hair bows and fabric flowers.