This DIY tutorial on how to make a braided updo hairstyle for a fairy doll has been requested DIY tutorial video from many subscribers. This is a very difficult tutorial that took me many attempts to get it right. Hopefully with these instructions you’ll be able to get it right much quicker than myself.

Once you learn how to make a braided updo hairstyle for a fairy doll I would take a look at the twisted updo hairstyle. These are both very cute hairstyle’s and I’m sure you’ll be excited to learn how. You can find more DIY tutorials on how to make dolls here on my website. You can also go to my Youtube Channel and subscrbie there as well.

In this tutorial I reference a basic doll making video.

If you have any questions about this DIY tutorial on how to make this hairstyle please send me a message in the comment section. You can also comment on any of my Youtube DIY tutorials and I’ll respond.

Thanks and happy crafting. 🙂

 

DIY Tutorial On How To Make A Braided Updo Hairstyle For A Fairy Doll

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I am "The" untidy artist.

I was born in Highland Utah. I'm married with 4 crazy kids. My husband is always on my case about cleaning my craft room (blah blah blah). Both of my parents were artists and I think I got some of their artistry bug in me. A few years ago I started messing around with hair accessroies and had so many people ask to purchase them that I decided to start teaching others how to make them. That turned into my Youtube channel and this website. Hope you enjoy the tutorials!!!

3 Responses

  1. Liliana

    Great video…thank s….Perhaps I could use this tecnique with sintetic hair in order to make a wig doll…maybe….thank you.

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  2. Janice Charles

    I LOVE your tutorials and enjoy making the fairies!
    Your hair dryer tip for the glue gave me an idea for pulling apart the flowers when they have a lot of glue on them. I use my embosser heat gun to soften the glue. The hair dryer might work, but I had this tool, and it heats up fast and doesn’t blow around the target. I have found the less expensive $ store flowers are often easier to dismantle, if you can find the styles you wish.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you; and keep sharing your creative ideas!
    Blessings, Janice

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    • Emilie

      Janice,

      You are so very welcome. I’m happy to see that you’ve figured out the hair dryer trick. Thanks for subscribing and commenting. It means a lot to me to see people enjoying my DIY tutorials.

      Reply

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