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8-Design Crush... Safety pin jewelry

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Jewelry Findings - Coiless Safety Pins - 2-1/4" Gold- 50/Pkg

Lady Ragnely's Momma made some decoupage jewelry back in the 70's using wrapping paper, a tablespoon or teaspoon of plaster of Paris and crackling or clear acrylic paint. The one on the right has a small safety pin embedded in the back and the one on the right has a hole drilled for a jump ring. We recently discovered Momma still has some of the original wrapping paper! These are from Holly Hobbie and Betsey Clark Hallmark wrapping paper.

Bling Jewelry Gold Vermeil CZ Pave Safety Pin Brooch [Jewelry] | Exclusive Jewelry

Looking for free jewelry making patterns for safety pin jewelry? Try making this simple but cute Summer Safety Pin Bracelet! The bright color arrangement make it the perfect little summer bracelet.

This interesting spin on wire jewelry making uses safety pins to make cute and trendy safety pin dangle earrings. Add any kind of beads you want and in a few simple steps you can have these fun earrings!

@Overstock - The swirl design of this pretty brooch ends in a flower design, all set with fiery round-cut clear cubic zirconia stones. The pin is crafted of platinum over sterling silver and secures with a safety lock. $44.49

i organized my jewelry today! i used buttons to pair my earrings, a big safety pin for my rings, and drawer pulls for my necklaces.

Stained Glass Safety Pin Cuff I have seen these done before, but I quite like the look of this one. You could wear it with a lot of things.


SO Adorable! Safety Pin Ring

Charles Horner Sterling Enamel Lapel Pin Brooch Shamrock Clover. by silversmith Homer, major in art nouveau and arts and crafts jewelry in GB. sterling silver, finished in vitreous glass (kiln-fired). 1 5/16" by 3/8", safety pin closure. signed "C.H" , full Chester assay marks (Horner more often used the Birmingham assay office). The year letter appears to represent 1909. does not appear in Tom Lawson's book on Horner's work, but there are a few quite similar pieces on pg 65.