Stitch through the bottom of each of the hearts like so.
Bring your thread around and go back through the hole you started in. Pull it a little tight, and you should get a nice clover shape.
String a little pearl bead onto your thread and sew it down in the center.
You'll also need some ribbed white ribbon and a blank hair clip. I say ribbed ribbon because it makes it easier to measure out your rainbow stitches. Make sure to fuse the ends of the ribbon with a lighter so it doesn't fray.
My favorite part!!! I used two strands of embroidery floss and stitched a running stitch in each color. I started with the two outside colors (pink and purple) and worked my way in. That made it easier to space everything. The stitching will make the ribbon a little less flow-y (hard to explain), but you're gluing it, so it doesn't matter.
Could I have stitched just the part that was going to show on top of the ribbon? Yes, probably... But I just really love hand-stitching (plus I was too lazy to figure out where the top of the ribbon would be once it was all glued).
Now, get your hot glue gun out and wrap/glue the ribbon around the clip. Then glue your clover to the top and you're done! I made another one with a larger heart on the same heart die. So cute!
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