The Life of Jennifer Dawn: Snap Clip and Display Card Tutorials

Monday, January 10, 2011

Snap Clip and Display Card Tutorials

Have you seen the "Cute as a Button" Bows that I made this weekend?  Well, here they are, and I made display cards for them too.

Bow Tutorial
Supplies:

Directions:

 Display Card Tutorial:
Supplies:
*cardstock
*paper cutter
*stamp
*ink pad
*computer, printer, & printer paper
*sewing machine
*thread
*scissors
*two prong hole punch

Directions:

Happy crafting!

23 comments:

  1. Cute clippys and the cards are adorable!

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  2. Cute barrettes! I just happen to have been given some of those kind of clips recently and have a drawer full of ribbon, so I will have to try this out. (now just waiting for my baby daughter to grow some hair!)

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  3. You must have the patience of a saint.
    Thanks for linking....please add my link.

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  4. Very cute! I'm growing my daughters bangs out and these would greatly help! Thanks for sharing :)

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  5. I need to make some of these cards! So cute!
    Katie
    miamoodesigns.blogspot.com

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  6. adorably cute clips even for a twenty-some girl like me who wants to feel like a little girl at home :)

    The details in the card to present the colorful clips are creative :)

    I will defintely share this link with my sister (we're both aspiring to start an etsy shop soon).

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  7. The stitching around the label really adds a nice touch...

    {I need a daughter so I can buy some of these!}


    Thanks for linking up to Creative Juice Thursday...

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  8. Very cute clips. Do you use craft felt or wool felt?

    Thanks
    Kristiina

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  9. These turned out soo cute! I love the polka dot ribbon!
    Christine
    greatoakcircle.com

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  10. Both of these are so cute, thanks for sharing such a great tutorial!

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  11. Those are so cute. Thanks for a great tutorial. I am going to try to make some of those for my daughter this year.

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  12. These are precious! Thanks so much for linking up today!

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  13. Hi i love how you did display cards for your hair stuff. I was wondering though how could I make a display for headbands to sell?

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  14. I love these!! :) Thanks so much for linking up to Tute {Yourself} Tuesday last week! I hope you'll stop by again this week! :)

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  15. I featured you as a Fave today on Vintage Pollyanna!

    http://vintagepollyanna.blogspot.com/2011/01/tell-me-tuesday-10.html

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  16. Such a cute idea! Oh how I need the little girl in those to wear clips!

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  17. This is so wonderful. Thank you for showing how to make the cards for the clips. Such a big help.

    The buttons make this project so unique. Good luck with your sales. You'll do well.

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  18. Adorable clips. Now I'm sad that I finally got my girls in for a haircut today, and they might not need hair clips so desperately for a while.

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  19. Love it. this is great tutorial, thanks for sharing

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  20. Love the idea for the cards!! Thank you for sharing!! We are your newest followers!
    Cari
    twosasters.com

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  21. Oh My I love the cards. I make pacifier clips and this would work for those too! Thanks so much I can not wait to make some cute clips

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