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Materials:
Glass beads of assorted colors and shapes
Bobby pins
Craft Wire (24, 26, 28 or 32 gauge as long as it fits through bead holes)
Wire cutter (fingernail clippers work well too)

Instructions:
Hold the bobby pin with the flat side facing you. Place a 20-inch wire through the bend of the bobby pin and cross the two ends of the wire over each other. You will end up with one wire on each side, facing 'up' or toward the top of the pin, so that you can begin beading it. 

Cut the ends of the wire so the lengths are even (about 10 inches each). Thread a single bead onto both wires and cross the two ends of the wire over each other again. Continue threading and crossing over until you come to the rubber tip of the bobby pin. 

Wrap each wire end around the bobby pin several times to secure it, trimming any extra wire.. 

Experiment with different bead shapes, color combos and designs. 


  
 

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