Pins To Pendants

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One easy and inexpensive tool to convert all those pins you may have into unique, statement-making pendants.

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Pins To Pendants

  1. 1. Pins To Pendants
  2. 2. Pins To Pendants • Over the years I have gathered together many pins. Some from my childhood, some from my grandmother and many from a costume jewelry company I worked for back in the day. • But as Heidi Klum says on Project Runway, “some days you’re in and some days you’re out”. • The fashion of pins comes and goes and I have a simple tool to convert those pins into unique, statement-making pendants.
  3. 3. So Many Pins….So little time • I’m easily distracted by bright and shiny objects.
  4. 4. Pin Converter I found these pin converters in a bead store while walking up and down the aisles and knew I had to try them. I also recently purchased some on Amazon.com for only a few dollars. I like to have one in gold and one in silver.
  5. 5. Step One • Open pin back and feed into converter tube, keeping the “pendant” part on top.
  6. 6. Step 2 Close pin again and you are ready to start wearing your new pendant.
  7. 7. Thread chain through top of converter and that’s it
  8. 8. Just changing your chain and pin leads to some great statement pieces
  9. 9. More Samples
  10. 10. Just reverse the steps and you have your pin back. It is ok if part of the converter shows, like the example on the far right. No one would ever know your statement piece came from Grandma’s jewelry box.
  11. 11. With just a couple simple supplies, you can create one-of-a-kind cards and gifts for your friends and family. The only limit is your imagination! For more ideas and hints on bringing creativity into your daily life visit my blog, “The Everyday Muse” @ www.pattistudioblog.blogspot.com. FOLLOW ME! WWW.PINTEREST.COM/PHSTUDIO WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PATTISTUDIO WWW.TWITTER.COM/PATTISTUDIO
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