Enamel Pins #HMS2020

Introduction: Enamel Pins #HMS2020

Hi, today I am going to be showing you guys how to make enamel pins.

Enamel pins are basically decorative pins that you can pin on your backpack,jacket,shirt,and,etc.Lets begin!

Supplies

-Paper

-pencil or a pen

-foil

-paint

-scissor

-safety pins

-cardboard

-glue

-hot glue gun

-glitter optional

Step 1: Draw

Step one is to draw what you want your pin to look like.Also you don't have to draw what i drew but if you want you can.I drew a heart.

Step 2: Go Over the Drawing

step two is to go over your drawing on the foil.Go over it at-least one or twice.I went over it two times.

Step 3: Glue the Foil on the Cardboard.

Step three is to glue your foil on the cardboard.(DO NOT) use liquid glue because it will make the foil look more bumpy then it is.And it will take a longer time to dry.USE a glue stick,but put the glue on cardboard and then stick the foil on top of it.

Step 4: Paint on the Foil.

Step four is to paint the thing you drew on the foil.You can do a second layer of paint if u need to.Add glitter(optional).Because some people hate glitter so it's optional.Let the paint and glitter dry before going to the next step.

Step 5: Cut Out

Step five when the paint and glitter is dried cut out the edges of the drawing.Because if you don't then you will just end up with something.

Step 6: Hot Glue the Safety Pin

step six is to hot glue the safety pin to the back of your pin.(CAREFULLY) because there is 2 ways to get hurt.

1.get hot glue on your skin.

2.You can get pinched with the safety pin.

Step 7: Done #HMS2020

Last step,step seven is your done hoped you enjoyed it.......BYE!

Step 8: Conclusion

The thing not to do:Is don't use liquid glue because it can ruin the foil and make it look weird.

Also you don't have to use the same colors as I did, and you don't need to use glitter, or make the same thing as I did.

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