The magic in making these is to layer, layer, layer. Yup, it's that easy. Grab some scraps, some fabric or scrap ribbon, burlap, even cotton balls would be a fun substitution for the white fluff trim that I'm using today. Start with a flat layer, such as burlap or fabric, then, just mix it up, hot gluing one layer at a time to the end of your paper clip.
Use a wooden popsicle stick or even one of your craft tools, like a metal pick, to press down and keep your hands from getting burned. For my stamped centers, I stamped onto some colored cardstock using my Susan K Weckesser color pop mini inks, added some Stickles glitter glue and used my heat embossing tool to speed up the drying time.
Aren't they gorgeous? And super quick and easy to make. I've got to stock up on clips now. I could make a jillion of these.
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Additional supplies: Ranger Stickles glitter glue, Websters Pages ombre cardstock These are the Days collection, scrap ribbon, Susan K Weckesser mini color pop ink black "Mystery"
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