Check out how I made these sweetheart earrings from scrap fabric on Momtastic. Even if you don't like the earrings, you ought to go check out the uncomfortably close shot of my face.
Cut a piece of wire 6 inches long. Fold one end over as shown above. Continue to fold the wire around, creating a spiral. The spiral will act as the base and needs to be large enough to accommodate the item you want to attach to the top if it. Once the spiral is complete, bend the remaining wire around a hi-liter. When the wire meets back at the spiral (step 3), bend and double back to the starting point (step 4). Cut the remaining wire off.
The Real Deal: It costs less than $0.25 to make one ring base.
I've got a sweet giveaway coming up Friday that you don't want to miss!
Make this fabric flower and cut a piece of elastic a little larger than your finger size. Overlap the elastic and hot glue it together.
Hot glue the overlapped area to the back of the flower. Ta Da! Make one for all your summer dresses.
The Real Deal: I used scraps so it didn't cost me anything.
Ooooh….. let's make some fabric flower rings with no glue or thread.
Flatten the brad. Using pliers, turn each end up.
Place the ring base between the folded ends of the brad. Fold the ends of the brad over the ring base.
The Real Deal: It costs less than $2.00 to make one of these rings.