This instructables show how to use Pine Fall Leaf upcycling to a subtle bracelet.
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Step 1: Norfolk Island Pine Fall Leaves
In my living place there are few Norfolk Island Pine around and now it is their fall season. The fall leaves are very beautiful and very like a leather bracelet.
Let's make an pine fall leaf bracelet!
Step 2: Preparation
Norfolk Island Pine Fall Leaves
Pick some neat leaves on the ground.
Any tiny magnet is ok, I have some 2 x 3mm in hand
Any tiny pins, I have keep some taken from new shirt package.
Wire Plier, Instant glue
Step 3: Trim the Pine Leaf
Measure your wrist size and cut the pine leaf head.
Step 4: Stick Pin & Magnet Together
- Put 2 tiny magnet together to ensure opposite poles (attractive) face to face.
- Use instant glue stick the pins to the magnets on each side.
Be aware don't stick 2 magnets together.
Step 5: Pin the Pine Leaf
- Pin the pine leaf head and tail
- Put the pins inside carefully
Step 6: Happy Mix & Match!
It's time to show off what you have done to your friends!
P.S. I am not keen on plant preservation, anyone know how to do it please leave a comment below, thanks ;>
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