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Dig out a thimble or find one at a thrift store. With just a few simple steps, you can make this little garden lovely!
Here's what you'll need: Thimble, flower (use a small one or make one with fabric), piece of felt, chain or ribbon, jump rings, clasp, thread and needle, poly ...
First cut your felt in a circle shape and make a little snip for the flowers and insert them in the hole.
Glue around the flowers on the backside to secure. Let it dry.
Stuff a little bit of poly fill underneath the flower.
With your needle and thread, make a running stitch along the bottom and tighten it. I also wrapped the thread around it then knotted it securely. Trim the ...
With your tool or drill, make two holes on each side of the thimble. I use a steel hole punch from Fire Mountain Gems. It can also punch ...
I drilled mine from the inside out so it wouldn't bend.
Glue some cute lace around the edge. Let dry.
Attach the jump rings to the thimble and each end of the chain.
Depending whether you're left or right handed (to determine which side you want your clasp on), attach the jump rings and clasp.
Place a little bit of glue inside the thimble, insert your flower and push it down a bit so it fits correctly. Your pretty little necklace is done! ...
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