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Saturday, April 5, 2014

DIY Button Rings How To

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I thought I'd make some colorful jewelry with buttons!


You will need:
-  Buttons - the ones I used are from Oriental Trading (www.orientaltrading.com)
-  Ring blanks
-  Glue - Use a glue that dries clear and adheres to plastic
-  Parchment paper

Here is the video tutorial:



Directions:
1.  Spread your parchment on your work surface.
2.  Take your glue and put a small glob on the parchment paper.
3.  Take five small buttons of the same size and color and make sure you get and edge of each button into the glue.  Create a circle.
4.  With different colored button, add more glue to the middle of the circle and take the other button and put it in the middle.  That makes your flower button.  Let it dry completely.
5.  Take four rings, of different sizes and glue one on top of the other.  
6.  Allow to dry.
7.  Once dry, you should be able to pull them off of the parchment paper.
8.  Using the same glue, glue the ring blanks on the back of both rings.  Allow to dry.

That's it!  Now you have fun button jewelry.  You can coordinate them with your outfits!

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

Mona

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2 comments:

  1. These are so adorable! They are really quite cute and I love how you could really personalize them! thanks so much for linking up at Sunday Soiree!

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  2. I love your button crafts and I'm sure my girls will enjoy making some.


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