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Making a Poinsettia Pin


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December 13, 2010

This pretty seasonal pin will make you the life of the party. Just wear it with whatever you wish and see how many compliments you get. A completed poinsettia pin.

 

Approximate Time: 15 minutes

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Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Cut your five petals from red foam or felt.
  2. Petals of Poinsettia
     

  3. Glue them together.
  4. Add 6 small seed beads to the middle with glue.
  5. Add on the three greenery pedals. (Don't worry if the glue smears, it will dry clear so it won't show at all.) You may also cut the leaves from felt.
  6. Poinsettia leaves and glue.
     

  7. Allow to dry and add your pin back and you are ready to wear your beautiful handmade flower.
A completed poinsettia pin.
 

By gem from VA

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