Thursday, October 4, 2012

Fa-boo-lous Witch Pin

Hey Crafty Friends-

I am so excited to be a part of the Fa-bou-lous Halloween inspiration week hosted by Happy Life, Crafty Wife , a.k.a Tamara. For this project I wanted to step out of my crafty box and make something I don't do much of, so I decided on jewelry. I made a witch pin that is so very cute, so easy to do, and so blinged out you'll definitely want one for yourself.

I started with 2" x 2" Memory Glass and Memory Frames by Ranger.

It's very easy to sandwich the paper of your choice between the two pieces of glass and place in the frame.

I chose a cute little witch design from a DCWV stack. I shaded the edges a bit with distress ink and added a glitter paper moon.

I glued different sizes and colors of gemstones around the frame then tied a triple bow of Trendy Twine Orange Licorice twine on the ring.  A pin was added to the back and it's ready to wear!

I love quick, easy projects and this was so fun. I know I will be making more jewelry after this. I hope I have inspired you to give a shot too!

Please make sure you head to Tamara's blog Happy Life, Crafty Wife to participate in the giveaways (a few prizes pictured below) going on and show her some love for putting this Halloween week together!

 Also, please visit the Facebook pages for Trendy Twine and My Thoughts Exactly and click the follow button to keep up with all the product news.

Have a great crafty day,



  1. Very cute! Love the jewels and the Trendy Twine!

  2. Super Duper Cute!Love it!TFS

  3. Love this ! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Cool project! Love the bling! Stopping by from Tamara's party... am your newest follower!
    Stop by my little blog and say hi anytime :)


  5. Gorgeous piece and I love the bling and twine!! Next time I see this memory glass stuff I will definitely pick it up!

  6. Sorry if this posts twice, blogger had an error and I'm not seeing my comment. Anyways, love this piece, especially the twine bow and the bling! Next time I'm at Michaels I think I will pick up some memory glass and give it a shot!

  7. I love this! I've always wanted to try doing this and now after seeing yours, well, you have inspired me! Thanks so much! Hugs, Debra