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How to Make a Recycled Jewelry Brooch

Instead of throwing away a single earring because you lost one or getting rid of broken necklaces and bracelets, use what is left to create one-of-a-kind pins.

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Approximate Time: About 30 minutes

Supplies:

Instructions:

Cut the post or clip from back of earrings and disassemble broken jewelry.

Lay pieces out until you get them in a pleasing design that suits you.

Carefully lift each piece and apply glue to hold in place.

When glue is dry, turn piece over and glue on a pin back. (If necessary, you can use a piece of cardboard as a base for your design.)

By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC

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