Step 1: Materials
old pack of cheap pins.
NOTE: I TRIED LOOKING FOR BLANK PINS ONLINE BUT COULD NOT FIND ANY (except those that you need a machine to assemble) IF ANYBODY KNOWS OF ANY PLEASE PLEASE TELL ME!
your design of what you want on the pin (this can be from a magazine, drawing, etc.)
Step 2: Take "wrapping" Off the Pin
see the border where the pin changes onto the back?
get a scissors and cut a little above here (see 1st pic)
now that you are started, peel the rest off with your fingers.
**** Make sure not to peel all the edges away ! if you do, the pin will separate! (see pic 3)****
Step 3: Cut Out Image
it doesn`t have to be very exact, just estimate bigger. if its too big, you can trim it, but not if it is too small.
Step 4: Attach to Pin
Step 5: Add Plastic Wrap
place it over your pin
fold it back and tighten it so there are no creases or wrinkles.
trim the end. the plastic wrap sticks on its own pretty well, but you might want to put a little bit of tape on the back to adhere it.
you can do several layers of this, make it last longer.
Step 6: You Are Done!
you can use designs from anything!
magazines, drawings, printouts, game manuals, CD manuals. the possibilities are endless.