I have always been mesmerized by the beauty of Hawaii and Polynesian culture. Therefore, after seeing the Disney Moana the team and I couldn’t wait to create a fun and easy craft for you to do with the kids or make as gifts. Our DIY Moana Inspire Plumeria Flower Hair Clip can use for Moana Party idea as a takeaway gift, hair accessories to compliment your little diva Polynesian Princess costume or as a gift for the Moana fan in your life.
Supplies Needed for our DIY Moana Inspire Plumeria Flower Hair Clip
Step by Step Directions DIY Moana Inspire Plumeria Flower Hair Clip
Step 1 – Using pink foam sheet and trace out 5 petals. Next cut out all the petals and make a slit at the bottom of each one.
Step 2 – Glue the cut ends of each petal together and clip all the ends of each petal.
Step 3 – Glue 2 petals together by take one petal and gluing it to the longest end of the second petal and repeat this step for all five petals.
Step 4 – Using blue foam sheet cut out a circle and glue it to the middle of your flower.
Glue it to the middle of your flower. Next using blue foam sheet cut out a rectangle and glue two ends to the back of your flower. Finally open then barrette and slide it between the rectangle that you glue to the back of the flower and glue it into place.
Step 5 – Apply the glitter glue to your flower using the small paint brush.
Hope you enjoyed the video tutorial that we included with our post today. Don’t forget to pin it on Pinterest, so you won’t forget the time you are looking for a Moana Inspired Party Idea, Polynesian Princess Idea or just because you love all things inspired by Moana.
We would love to see your creation. If you decided to make our DIY Moana Inspire Plumeria Flower Hair Clip, please share it on Instagram and tags us (@MrsKathyKing).
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From Walt Disney, Animation Studios comes “Moana,” a sweeping, CG-animated feature film about an adventurous teenager who sails out on a daring mission to save her people. “Moana is the 16-year-old daughter of the chief of Motunui,” says director Ron Clements. “She’s brave, determined, compassionate and incredibly smart. She has a never-say-die attitude and a profound connection to the ocean.”