Sunday, November 10, 2013

DeNami Blog Hop Twine Hairpin

Thanks for joining me for the DeNami A Touch of Twine Blog Hop!

When: The blog hop starts on November 10 at 6 AM, PST. However, you have until November 11, 2013, 11:59 pm PST, to leave comments on all the blogs (to be eligible for a prize).Why: To be inspired by fun DeNami Design creations and also the chance to win mini shopping sprees on the DeNami Design website!

Prizes: We are giving away THREE $20 gift certificates to our website! We'll be giving away one gift certificate to a random participant (DT members not eligible) and then we'll also be giving away TWO gift certificates to TWO people who comment along the hop!

You should have arrived here from Lisa Petrella's blog. If not you can head to the DeNami site for the entire participant list. 

Today I'm sharing some fun winter chickie hairpins!

I'm using DeNami Stamp Chickie, DeNami Twine, EasyCast Resin, a DeepFlex Mold by Yaley, Castin' Crafts Mold Release, E-6000, StazOn in Jet Black, Glossy Accents, Mod Podge, markers, cardstock, hairpins, and some white glitter.

Stamp some chickies on cardstock and color as desired.

Draw and color some hats and bows (or if you have some in stamp form you can paper piece) and glue them onto the chickies.

Fussy cut your dressed up chickies and add glitter glue as desired.

Coat these little guys, front and back, with about 3 coats of Mod Podge.

Mix up a batch of EasyCast Resin and fill your mold about halfway full.
*ETI recommends wearing gloves for your safety* Gloves also help keep your nails nice!

This is a mold from Yaley Enterprises.
They make resin and Deep Flex Resin Molds along with a variety of colorants.
Check out all the offer here:

Submerge the chickies face down in the mold and finish filling the mold cavity with resin.

After about an hour or so to let the resin start to thicken I added a layer of white glitter over the back.
The longer you wait to do this, the less it will sink to the front of the resin piece.
Let this set for 24 - 72 hours until hardened.

The glitter has given a snowy looking background.

I'm turning these cuties into some hairpins using E-6000 and DeNami Twine.

Add a blob of E-6000 to the center of the piece back...

Attach the end of the twine...

Create loops to surround the piece attaching them to the dab of glue, add more glue if needed.

Add some E-6000 to the hairpin...

Press firmly to the center of the piece sandwiching the twine.

Let this set for 24 hours to reach maximum adhesion.

Now these are ready to wear! These would be cute stocking stuffers :)

Now you're headed off to see Donna Bowman's fun project!
Don't forget to comment to be entered for the DeNami Blog Hop Prize! 

P.S. I have a new giveaway going for November:

To be entered to win this huge resin supply kit simply leave a comment on the giveaway tab!
Winner will be chosen via and announced on December 1st so it can be mailed out in time for Christmas crafting.
Winner will have 1 week to claim the prize.


  1. Your hairpins are so cute! What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing and have a Beautiful Sunday!

  2. so cute!!!! what a genius way to incorporate twine in your design. Love these

  3. Great project! Love the cute chickies, and the added twine looks great!

  4. Your hair pins would be perfect for little girls this time of year!

  5. I've never seen this done before. It is fantastic. Darling stocking stuffers.

  6. those are adorable,,, my granddaughter would love them,,,, ty for showing step by step :)

  7. What a unique idea! The twine is just so cute on the backs. You worked hard on these!

  8. These are super cute,TFS all of the details!

  9. Adorable! I like the glitter and the twine.

  10. Oh, your hair pins are super adorable!! I love how you used twine to decorate them :)

  11. WOW jaw dropping, this is awesome. thank you for sharing

  12. What a unique and fun idea! I love the background of snowy glitter behind the little dressed up chicks. They look so cute with the fun costumes. You have certainly put a lot of work and thought into this great idea.
    Thank you so much for sharing! :)

  13. Thank you so much for the great tutorial for your resin hair pins! I love them!

  14. Love those loops on your hair pin! So creative, Emily!


Thanks for stopping by!

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.