If you ever need to add temporary elegance to an outfit without cutting, sewing or drastically altering a piece; this is the DIY for you! We used an array of rhinestone buttons to create pins for a cardigan. You can add these pins to a blazer, a canvas bag, or a hat! We love the instant dose of sparkle these flashy pins bring, and the fact that they’re removable and reusable doesn’t hurt either.
What You’ll Need:
Moonstone Rhinestone Button
Crystal Star Rhinestone Button
Dark Crystal Rhinestone Button
Rhinestone Heart Button
Five Petal Rhinestone Flower Button
1. Take your wire cutter and cut off the shank part of the button.
2. Put some E6000 on the blank part of the pin. Take a button and put on top. Let dry.
We’re finally smack dab in the middle of spring, and you know what they say about April showers, right? This month we’ve added not only flowers, but colorful pompoms, lace, ribbons, and more!
These chiffon and patent leather flower pins bloomed just in time for May! Which flower is your favorite?
There’s a rainbow of new fur pompoms in the store in two different sizes! If candy-colored isn’t your style, we also have beautiful pompoms in natural shades.
Nothing goes better together than these crochet flowers and this muted floral lace. The detail on the lace is absolutely breathtaking, and flowers are soft to the touch!
These linen-like ribbons are definitely on our favorites list. They’re thin, have a great texture, and come in an assortment of earthy colors.
Which products do YOU have your eye on this month? Let us know in the comments below!
Fall is here and its time to do some major shopping. What I love doing at the beginning of every season before I go shopping is look through that season’s fashion week. Looking through 2010 Fall Fashion Week, I came across Dolce & Gabbana’s line and I was in love with this pendant/pin that kept showing up on each model walking down the runway and I knew that I had to have it or something like it. Of course my shopping budget doesn’t allow me to spend $200 on an accessory, but i desperately wanted something like it, so I decided to make my own and I’m in love. Tell me what you think!
Directions Are So Simple!!
- Each trim has it own loop, simply slide each pendant onto the pin. Then take the chain open one of the link and attach it to one side of the pin. Then open the other end of the line and attach it to the side of the pin.
- For a better hold you can attach the pendants to the other side of the safety pin so they don’t move.