“Let’s put a Pin in it…”
|Bella chose the shadow box, cork board,|
and black mickey head scrapbook paper,
as well as the Princess and Tink stickers and cutouts.
|She designed her background on the scrapbook paper,|
which was attached to the cork board.
|She laid out her pins, and then she pushed them through the|
paper and cork board backing
|She then turned over the cork board and secured the pins|
using the mickey head pin backs.
|Final step, placing the project inside the shadow box,|
secured with double-sided tape.
|The finished product.|
Not a bad little piece of art. The shadow box was on sale at the craft store, so in all, this cost around $15 to make. With the other materials we have, we’ll make displays for the rest of our pins, and we’ll be sure to share them with you!What do you think of Bella’s pin display? Do you have any unique ways of showing off your pin collection?