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Beaded Hair Sticks

This is an easy craft suitable for gift-giving.


  • 2 corsage pins (available at craft stores)
  • 2 hair sticks with pin holes in the tops (available at bead stores)
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  • E-6000 adhesive (available at craft stores)
  • assorted beads


  1. Place beads on corsage pins in a pleasing arrangement. Allow about 1/4 inch at the end of the pin for insertion into each hair stick.
  2. Dip the end of the pin in E-6000 adhesive. Be sure that adhesive is on the end of the pin--you don't need much.
  3. Stick the adhesive-end of the pin into the pinhole on the top of each hair stick.
  4. Allow hairsticks to dry overnight. (I usually prop them up in an empty spice bottle).
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    By Stephanie from Anchorage, AK

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May 16, 20070 found this helpful

You can also use balsa craft dowels - available at craft stores - just run them through a pencil sharpener and then sand them smooth. A push-pin will help make the hole in the top. I color mine with ink pads, then seal them with wax before adding the beads. Chopsticks work also.

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