Thursday, May 3, 2012


A Fascinator is a headpiece. The word originally refered to a fine, lacy head covering. Bigger than a barrette, modern fascinators are commonly made with feathers, flowers
or beads.
In modern usage, it referes to a  woman's alternative to a hat for formal attire; it is usually a large hair decoration on a band or clip with elaborate trimmings and decoration like a formal hat and can incorporate a base to make a
miniture hat.
They can be worn towards the front of the head or
on the side.

These are my creations


Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

"These are ABSOLUTELY DARLING"!!! (((LOVE)))!!!
Have a fun weekend,

Debbie said...

Linda; They look lovely! My fav is the purple/black with the feathers.
How do you attach them to your head? comb, clip?


New End Studio said...

Your variety and details make these very pretty!

artistamyjo said...

How lovely these are,love the red one.

Magic Love Crow said...

Linda, these are so pretty! I love the colors your used! Hope everything is well ;o)

selma said...

You've done a lot of beautiful collages and hair ornaments. Everyone is so truly amazing.

Spring has come here to Finland, and as soon as the sun shines through the night. At night, should not be dark until August. I am writing to you as soon as possible. said...

Oooooooo! Fancy and wonderful! Love them ♥

Your rain and wind chimes have totally taken over my mind... what a dream!

Simona Cordara said...

These are soooo fashion! Love them all!

NTCtag by Ning Tagle Clark said...

They are so pretty!

I specially like the brown motif and the purple/black.

Ning x : )

Linda Carole Bloom said...

How cute! I can just see them on a group of bridesmaids.

Mina said...

Oh Linda, these are so beautiful! You do wonderful work. Have a lovely day. Mina

Cindy F. Adkins said...

How lovely! I've seen them before, but didn't know that's what they're called. Very nice!