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What You’ll Need:
2 matching buttons of your choice
1 set of earring backings
1 bottle of super glue
1 small piece of wax paper
1. Place the earring backing on the backside of the button to measure exactly where it is going to be placed. You don’t want the backing to show from the front. Testing the placement of the earring backing is especially important when using large buttons!
2. Take the wax paper and place it down where you’re going to be working. The wax paper is going to be where the button earrings dry after you’re all done.
3. Place about two drops of super glue onto the button where you decided you want the backings. Firmly hold the backing to the button for about ten seconds, until you feel the glue starting to harden.
4. Let the button earrings dry for about 30 minutes, depending on the type of super glue you used. Once they’re ready, put them on and rock your jewelry around town.
POSTED ON 2/18/2010 11:17:00 AM
POSTED IN diy, jewelry
by horsewhisperer on 7/18/2011 3:15:27 PM
Here's my take on the idea:
Take a piece of jewelry-making wire and string on a shank button (the buttons with the little loop on the back.) Slide the button to the middle of the wire and bend it to make a "U" shape. Now take a two-hole button and slip one end of the wire into one of the holes. Slide the other end of the wire into the other hole. Add more buttons until it is the length you want. A good length to go by, depending on the thickness of the buttons, is around 5-7. Next, take a plain hook earring and twist the wire around the little hoop at the bottom of the earring. Trim excess wire. Of course, repeat the process to make two
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Thanks for reading!
by SquishyKitty on 9/8/2010 2:52:25 PM
1. take a deep breath
2.think of someone you like
3.press f10 five times
4.send this to five pages
5.look at your background
by brookiecookie12 on 8/19/2010 2:22:05 AM
This is a really cool craft, but it would be nice if you posted a pic of the finished product.
by GLilyFlower on 8/8/2010 3:28:03 PM
by nsr45 on 5/30/2010 4:08:47 PM
Flavor: Pop the top for this electrifying, citrus-flavored gloss.
Fab Fact: This soda goodness has been slicking lips with a yummy fizz since 1976.
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