Do you guys like buttons?
Do you like earrings (if so, then continue reading.)? Well, lets just say that the two get married and had a love child that I’ll show you how to make today! It’s really simple (except for step 4 because it’s a little complicated) and really cute. I suggest that you use the buttons with two holes but you can use any other you’d like… Except for these types. ->
Need: Four buttons, some thin wire, six small beads, a pair of wire cutters and pliers.
1. Cut out two even pieces of your wire (I just cut out as much as I think I’ll need).
2. Now fold the wire in half and thread it through the little hole on the earring hooks.
3. Now thread a bead through both pieces of the wire and push it all the way up (that kind of sounded weird).
4. Now thread the wire through one of the button holes. Be sure your threading the wire in a way that it’ll be facing the front.
5. Thread on another button and “sew” the wire through the other hole.
6.Now thread on the other button like the one in this picture.
7. Now add on another bead.
8. Then thread the wire through the other hole.
9. Now weave each pice of wire through the other wire as the photo shows (it looks like the earring’s in an armlock).
10. Now tightly twist the wire around until it pops off.
11. Now repeat.
I hope you liked this really cute but simple DIY. If there is anything that YOU would like to see then let me know in a comment. I’ll also surf the internet (surfs up!) to find jewelry you can buy, try to recreate it and show you to make it (or you can send me a link to what you’d like to make). This can also look really cute for back-to-school (bamp-bamp-bwaaaa!), I think this’ll look really cute with a denim jacket but sadly, I do not own such a fashion exccessory :^[ I really hope that these photos look better then they used to, let me know!
Oh, I almost forget to announce the winners of last weeks poll! In a tie for first place we have,
And in second place there is the,
If you liked today’s post then let me know! Until the next one…
The next time your at a park or on a hike, bring a big garbage bag and a pair of rubber gloves. Grab every pice of litter and keep it in the bag until you can safely dispose it in the trash (or better yet, bring separate bags for pieces of litter that isn’t so damaged).