Here is a download with 16 patterns to print. and make HANDMADE, DIY brooch jewelry pin / lapel pin / button / badge / name holder / picture frame pins for photos or use as hanging ornaments, cards, invites, party favors, place card holders, display signs, you name it!Its just the structures, the patterns, not the artwork shown to print, not the beading pattern, not how to make ribbon roses, etc. You get 8 different sizes:
- 2x1 1/2"
plus picture frame brooch pins for 2 photo sizes:
- 1 1/2" x 2 1/2"
in 4 ways / structures:
- washable, sewn sewing patterns
- washable, NO SEW patterns
- nonwashable, no sew, fabric covered mat board or cardboard frame part patterns, board patterns included
- nonwashable, no sew, fabric covered mat board or cardboard frame part patterns, board patterns included - these have 2 holes on the top part of the bendable, 2 part strut leg covered boards, & 2 holes on the covered easel back board, to thread ribbon through the holes to connect the 2 parts.
The single brooch jewelry pin button badge lapel pins have 4 panels:
- front with design
- panel that backs the front
- inside facing back panel with 2 holes
- outer facing back panel with 2 holes
to make the 2 sided finished front and 2 sided finished back with 2 holes to hold the 1 1/4" or 35mm long metal brooch pin back's mechanisms in placeFirst you iron Therm o Web HeatnBond Ultrahold to the back of the washable, colorfast, inkjet printer fabric printable sheets, 8 1/2" x 11" cut from a yard or the 5 yard roll. Ultrahold is an acid free (great for photos), iron on, paper back fabric adhesive interfacing fusible web sold in fabric, art, & craft stores or online. Then you cut out your panels, then you cut away the excess at each of the 4 corners at 45 degree angles or close to it, then hole punch or poke out and cut away the circle holes, AFTER the Ultrahold is ironed to the back. Us a pair of craft, embroidery like, pointy scissors, not your good pair of embroidery scissors. Fiskars makes a nice pair that is nonstick under $10. Then fold your 4 seam allowances under on the back, and iron down. Iron the 2 fronts and 2 backs to each other, aligning the holes. The Ultrahold seals the holes' edges so that they won't fray, plus gives structure to the pin panels. Then sew or hot glue the edges. Then, lastly, sew or hot glue 3 of the 4 sides, to make one side an opening or pocket, for the pin back to slide in and out. Or you can slide the metal pin back in and out from the back, through the holes.For the Ultrahold inkjet printable patterns, each 5 yard roll, or 4.6 meter roll if you are in the UK, or use the metric system, can yield up to 32 frame pins, because one 8 1/2" x 11" sheet or A4 size sheet is used to make a frame pin. The roll also yields up to 96 single size brooch pins. The roll is about $10-$11 per 5 yard roll, and if you use a store coupon, each sheet costs as little as under $0.20 per sheet! So this is a VERY inexpensive craft and piece of costume jewelry to make! You can use use these patterns to make buttons or lapel pins for your organization, have a craft or jewelry making party! Just print these ahead of time, using your inkjet printer, and have your family and friends bring their own fabric and ribbon.You can also make these for weddings, receptions, baby or bridal showers, as name place card holders or party favors, for birthday parties, events, promos, premiums, use as display sign frames, the possibilties are endless. Just give me the credit for inventing them :DNow, for the picture frame pins have another hole on the back panel to hang them as holiday ornaments!You can print the patterns DIRECTLY onto the Ultrahold using your inkjet printer! It saves so much time. One 5 yard roll yields up to 32 - 8 1/2" x 11" sheets or A4 size sheets! 2 columns across and 16 rows down. You can cut 11" wide lengths, then use a paper trimmer to cut 2 sheets from the length, and do that 16 times, it will leave you about a 4" length at the end of the roll. The roll is 17 1/8" wide. AND, you can print the 8 single size brooches onto Ultrahold, too. You get all of your patterns, the panels, the seam allowance flaps to fold under and iron down, the guidelines, to where to cut away excess, at the corners, the circle holes to hole punch or poke & cut away, its all on the pattern printables. You get board patterns, too, to transfer to mat board, which is acid free, OR cardboard 1/16" thick. You can even try to transfer the patterns to wood, or clay, or if you use metal or glass, you can try using the nonwashable patterns with the 2 holes, just use heavier board, and cover it with inexpensive fabric on both sides, as the Ultrahold is an iron on adhesive, and you'll cut away the spacer, lines provided to cut spacer away on board patterns, where you'll iron the Ultrahold fused fabric on both sides to each other, to allow for the strut leg to bend, and pitch out. Ribbon connects the bottom right corner of the covered strut leg board or pocket, for washable, sewn & no sew frame pins, to the easel back covered board or pocket. For the washable, sewn or no sew, fabric, or paper card stock, frame pins, these 2 small frames pins don't need mat board, where on their larger sizes, the strut legs have pockets for removable strut leg and also easel back boards. These sizes don't need them, the size of the frames' structure, with the help of the Ultrahold, allow them to stand up on their own.The strut legs are removable with Velcro hook & loop, and/or ribbon. You can hang these frame pins on a wall, attach them to gifts, use as gift tags, use as an alternative to greeting cards or invites, display artwork, etc.And, yes, some patterns you can print onto paper card stock, or printable Cricut brand inkjet printer vinyl! You can laminate them, spray a fixative coating on them, cover them with clear vinyl, or iron on Therm o Web HeatnBond clear vinyl on both sides to seal them, and allow them to be wipeable.The washable, sewn or no sew version of the single brooch pins and picture frame pins are that, washable. Just take out the photos, metal bar style brooch pin backs or military clutch pins, and their clear, photo sleeve, which is acid free, clear, sheet protector pages, cut to the size of the photo. Just make sure that the sheet protector pages are labeled acid free, found at Walgreens, Walmart, Target for about $5 for a 50 sheet pack, or office supply stores. The pages are cut to the size of the photo, and one page can yield up to 10 sleeves for the 2x3" photo, and 12 sleeves for the 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" photo. So, take out the metal pin backs, the photo,and their sleeves, place the pins in lingerie bags, then put them in the washer, using the cold delicate cycle, and ONLY use mild detergent, like Woolite or Dollar Tree's Woolwash, NO fabric softener. Then, lay on a towel to air dry.Washable, sewn & no sew, fabric or paper card stock, & nonwashable brooch pin jewelry lapel pin button badge and picture frame pin / ornament structures, designs, patterns, and download, plus any artwork used, are copyright protected by inventor Kristie Hubler. All Rights Reserved. Not for resale. For personal use only.Thank you!