16 washable brooch jewelry pins: 8 sizes, plus 2 frame pin ornaments in 4 ways

16 washable brooch jewelry pins: 8 sizes, plus 2 frame pin ornaments in 4 ways
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16 washable brooch jewelry pins: 8 sizes, plus 2 frame pin ornaments in 4 ways

Make these unique lapel pins / brooches / costume jewelry, with removable, bar style pin back 1 1/4" or 35mm long, held in place through 2 holes on the finished back panels, or through the pocket opening!

These can also be hung as ornaments, with ribbon through the holes, attach to a barrette, or bracelet with a closure, use as an embellishment on a gift, use as a hair accessory with a hat pin, be creative!

8 single brooch sizes included:

  • 3/4" x 3/4"
  • 1x1"
  • 1x2"
  • 1 1/2" x 2"
  • 2 1/2" x 2"
  • 2x2"
  • 2x3"
  • 3x3"

Plus, 8 convertible frame pin ornaments, great for badges or tree ornaments!

Frame pin ornaments for 2 photo sizes:

  • 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" (school photos, antique, older photos)
  • 2x3" - great for favors / place cards, as well as Instax, HP Sprocket, Kodak, Polaroid, & Prynt instant print photos!

made 4 ways, with all 6 panels fitting on one page:

  • washable, sewn frame pin ornaments
  • washable, no sew frame pin ornaments
  • non washable, covered mat board or cardboard frame pin ornaments
  • non washable, covered mat board or cardboard frame pin ornaments, BUT the bendable, strut legs are removable - held in place at its top by ribbon thread through 2 holes on the top part of the strut leg, connected with the 2 holes on the easel back panel, ribbon also connects the bottom right corners of the strut leg & easel back, and can also be detachable, using hook & loop / Velcro!

If you make the pins out of fabric, please back the fabric panels with Ultrahold. What is Ultrahold? It is a paper back, iron on, fabric adhesive, sold in art, craft stores, Joann, AC Moore, Michaels is the cheapest if you use their 60% off coupons, when available, I've bought a 5 yard roll for $4.40! Its also available at Walmart, or online, Hobbycraft and Barnyarns in the UK, as well as Amazon.com. Ultrahold is acid-free, in red and white packaging, great for no sew projects. Its made by Therm o Web HeatnBond. The president of Therm o Web recommends their HeatnBond Lite or Featherlite paper back, iron on adhesive, for sewing, also sold in the stores mentioned above. A 5 yard roll yields up to 96 pin patterns! So, you can have pin making party, or craft time with older kids and teens, making these jewelry crafts! You can print the patterns directly onto the paper side with your inkjet printer! Just cut letter size sheets, up to 32 from a 5 yard roll, and run them through your printer. I have YouTube tutorial video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rSx4Z7r9w0 or on my channel at http://youtube.com/user/fabricatedframesCom.

You can make these out of paper & mat board or cardboard, and just hot glue a metal brooch pin back centered on the back, your choice. You can laminate the paper on both sides with self adhesive laminating sheets, or clear vinyl. Use the patterns as a guide for sizing, adhere / hot glue the side flaps on the back side, and cover the flaps, to give it a finished look, then hot glue the metal brooch pin back in place.

There are holes that you will hole punch ...or, if you have arthritis or have another hand mobility disability, you can use pointy, small, embroidery like scissors, to poke and cut out the circle holes, that print on your patterns. Fiskars has a non-stick pair perfect for multi discipline crafts! There is also a pocket that you will have, by leaving the top or one side open, connecting / gluing / adhering / sewing 3 sides. There are 4 panels per pin, 2 for the front, and 2 for the back, with 2 holes centered, holes are 1 1/4" on center, or apart from each other. Again, use a good quality hole puncher, not the cheapy dollar store kind, or pointy scissors, not your good embroidery sewing scissors.

8 single sizes

Make washable, fabric brooch lapel pin / buttons / badges / costume jewelry!

16 patterns

8 single brooch pin sizes

PLUS 2 sizes of convertible, frame pin ornaments for 2x3" photos, in 4 ways

letter size pdf download

30 pages

table of contents included

patterns to print onto:

  • Ultrahold interfacing / fabric adhesive / fusible web - print on paper side
  • inkjet paper to transfer to mat board or cardboard, if you don't want to use fabric, and print onto paper, and laminate, then cover board
  • printable vinyl

Instructions included, including photo & text, step by step instructions

Brooch pins are easy to make:

  • cut out patterns included in pdf, make sure to include the side flaps / seam allowances
  • cut away 4 corners at 45 degrees, so you have less bulk at your corners
  • fold side flaps / seam allowances under, sew or hot glue, or iron down
  • hole punch or poke out all circle holes
  • connect / sew / glue 2 front panels together
  • connect / sew / glue 2 back panels together, aligning circle holes, can hole punch after connecting
  • connect finished, 2 sided, front panel to finished, 2 sided back panel
  • insert metal pin back

Instructions for frame pin ornaments, also included in pdf:

  • iron Ultrahold / HeatnBond Lite / Featherlite to back of fabric
  • cut out 6 panels, including flaps / seam allowances
  • cut away outer corners to reduce bulk
  • fold under and iron down / glue / sew flaps / seam allowances
  • hole punch or poke out & cut circle holes
  • the photo pocket is made by threading 1/8" wide by 2 feet long ribbon through the 7, u shaped or 3 sided, circle holes hole punched or poked & cut out, thread through holes in both directions, use a straight pin or safety pin to guide the ribbon, then tie knots on both sides, trim ribbon, & hot glue ribbon tails down
  • hot glue / sew 2 strut leg panels together, with space removed on Ultrahold, as printed on pattern, for bendability of strut leg, 9" long ribbon connected at bottom right corner between strut leg panels, with at least 7" dangling ribbon tail
  • hot glue / sew panels together, leaving an opening at the top for the photo, between panels 2 & 3, that are connected with ribbon
  • can connect / hot glue Velcro / hook & loop to top of strut leg (space printed on pattern), connect soft or loop part to easel back side where strut leg's top part is connected, and to bottom right corner, connect / hot glue Velcro / hook & loop rough or hook part to top part of strut leg, and ribbon tail dangling, for removable strut leg
  • attach top part of strut leg to frame, with panels connected, stand frame, push ribbon tail under and out in front of the frame, mark where ribbon meets the bottom right corner of frame with pin or safety pin, trim down to 1" in front of frame, fold remaining ribbon tail in twice, connect / hot glue rough or hook part of Velcro to folded ribbon tail, connect bottom right corners, strut let ribbon to easel back

Can use acid-free, photo safe, clear, sheet protector pages, and protective photo sleeves. One letter size sheet protector makes 10 - 2x3" photo sleeves. Sold in 50 page packs for under $6, at Walmart, Target, Walgreens, or scrapbook sections of craft stores. Just make sure that the package is labeled "acid free".

Now, I must say, as printed on the profile photo of this listing, I provide the patterns, you provide the creativity, meaning the art shown is NOT in this pdf download. I do have a 75 page pdf in my store, with 25 pages alone with my art formatted to print onto inkjet fabric, along with ribbon roses & leaves tutorial, a few beading patterns, over 85 designs included, again using my art. However, this download that you are looking at just has my patterns, you provide your own art. I give you ideas to inspire you, in this pdf. I do have a photo & text tutorial included in this pdf, on how to isolate an element or motif, in repeat, in a fabric print, and turning it into a pin - that's included.

This pdf has all of the patterns that you need, including photo & text, step by step instructions, a table of contents to find patterns, a supply & tool list, plus links to click on to buy the supplies!

Thank you!

Kristie Hubler

artist, inventor

http://teacherspayteachers.com/store/fabricated-frames

Washable brooch pins and convertible frame pin ornament for 2x3" photo, structure, design, pattern, & download, plus all art in this download copyright protected by Kristie Hubler. All Rights Reserved. Not for resale. For personal use only.

If interested in licensing the art, the patterns, the download, as a pdf to resell, or as a kit, or to resell your finished product based on these patterns in this download, please contact Kristie at fabricatedframescom@gmail.com


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