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DIY~Adorable Wrapped Charm Ornaments Made With Left Over Craft Supply Bits & Pieces!




You can EASILY make these adorable wrapped charm ornaments from all the bits and bobs you have left over in your craft supply stash! So look in your drawers and in all those little boxes you have stowed away for left over buttons, bits, bobs, ribbon, charm, etc! Click on the following link to see my full tutorial! Enjoy!




Materials Needed

* Wide Tongue Depressors- 8 inch long by 1 inch wide. (I bought mine at Micheal's, however, I recently saw the same size at Walmart in the craft section.)
* Left over ribbon (See tutorial!)
*Left over buttons, charms, flat back embellishments, etc. 
*Left over cords
*Jump Rings (7mm or 8mm)


*Jump Rings
*Hot Glue Gun
* Hole Puncher (I use a bottle cap hole puncher that I purchased on Ebay.)
* Pair of strong, long blade junky scissors that you don't really care about. 
*Precision or detail scissors
*Ruler 
*Mechanical Pencil 

*I've used the following Ebay seller many times when purchasing "bling" for my projects. I'm not endorsing this person, I'm just sharing because I've been asked where I buy my bling many times. 



*I purchased my "Bottle Cap Hole Punch" on Ebay. Unfortunately, the person I bought my puncher from no longer sells them, however, there are many sellers on Ebay who DO sell them! Just type in "Bottle cap hole punch" in the Ebay search bar and they will pop up. 

Here is a pic of the extra large tongue depressors that I used:


Comments

  1. Oops! Tried to post and when trying to correct my mistakes hit the wrong button... anyway, let's try this again...lol. I love your videos and can't wait to make these. One suggestion : the crackling cellophane on some of the items you use in a project drowns out your voice sometimes. I like the fact that you're able to laugh at yourself when you goof a part of the creation process and leave it in the video. (Or when posting a comment?-ha!) Take care and keep creating! :)

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    1. Thank you so much for all your kind words and for your feedback BeadieQ! I know sometimes the camera really picks up the sound of the cellophane. I'm so glad you hit the right button this time! LOL!

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  2. this would be cute to give senior in the nurseing home

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