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origami paper head pins - set of 2

by Julie Dye
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Look Good on Paper

Origami isn't just about making paper cranes. In the hands of designer Julie Dye, folded paper transforms into delightful accessories that are anything but flat.

These colorful hair pins bloom with personality. Each delicately cut and folded piece is handcrafted by Dye, using brightly printed Japanese paper. The paper's intriciate printed pattern paper brings and its rippling floral shape bring a joyful pop of color to your look. It is finished with multiple layers of a protective coating, to help maintain its shape and to protect against the elements. Handmade in Florida.

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metal, paper
2.5" L x 1" W x .75"D
Care: These are water resistant, not waterproof. They will hold up fine if you get caught in the rain, but be careful to not submerge them in water.
Origami flower 100% handmade, metal hair pin from manufacturer.
  • the maker

Julie Dye

Julie Dye is passionate about working with paper and creating unique, one of a kind products. It all started when Julie was a student of photography at the Ringling College of Art and Design. It was at this time that she enrolled in her first bookbinding class. She immediately fell in love with the old age practice of binding books by hand and discovered great pleasure in the process of working with her hands. Over the next ten years she continued to explore the possibilities of working with such a delicate and irreversible medium. She has since gone on to create a line of handmade jewelry, accessories, home décor, and gift items crafted from beautiful Japanese papers

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158votes, 10 comments

Cassie, UncommonGoods

It's hard to believe at first glance that these pretty petals are actually made of paper. Do you love these hair pins by origami artist Julie Dye?

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Really wonder if the paper would hold up in really humid days and how fragil they would be.

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Very pretty, but your core audience would be children/teens and I doubt even coated paper would stand up to the abuse they would heap on these.

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Not sure how well they would hold up, but they are very pretty.

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Cute for young person. Hope it's sturdy

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Cute idea and made in Florida! Not so cute after it rains....and we get some torrential downpours here

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Rain? Humidity. Hair spray? Don't think these would hold up for more than 1 wearing, if that.

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very cute! Hope they are inexpensive especially being paper.

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something pretty for little girls

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While I don't think these would be great for hair (for all the reasons mentioned) I think they would be awesome on a package instead of a bow. ;-)

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