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Friday, August 03, 2012

Every Moment Pin by Pinky Hobbs

Good morning, Pinky here with a pin tutorial today.
If you think you can make jewelry from paper, well you can! :) 
Here is a step by step tutorial on making this pin.

Using Samantha Walker Orchard Harvest papers (6X6 pad works great)

Select entire group- Click UNGROUP

Delete all tags except the two chosen for pin.

Resize each tag to same size. 

Cut using Silhouette, remove from sticky mat.

Stamp Sentiment on middle of base (Samantha Walker  Retro Mod Clocks)

Using ink- "tarnish" around top layer of tag. 

Lay onto wax, parchment paper, or non-stick mat....coat top layer
thoroughly with Crackle Effects. (It will bend but you can straighten after it dries).

Coat base (not too thick) using Glastique or a clear coating.

 After they completely dry (overnight is suggested) adhere layers using strong adhesive. 
Lay between 2 books for '1-2 hours for very flat pin base. 

If you want all around sealing, turn pin over and coat again using 
Glastique or a clear coating, allow to dry additional 24 hours. 

 Add Liquid Pearl accents, using strong glass/acrylic adhesive-add crystal beads.

 Adhere pin back.


Be sure to stop by their blog to see what their design team has created 
using the Samantha Walker Stamp Collection!


  1. Super fun. I'd love to make these for the ladies at my next crop night.

  2. Beautiful!

    I found you via Angi :)

  3. Thanks June! Welcome! :)


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