Wednesday, August 3, 2011

. . . Paint Chip Jewelry Card . . .

I love making jewelry as a gift but I always want a cute way to display it so when I started making my button necklaces I wanted to come up with a really cute way to present them.  I decided to use some of the many paint chips I have laying around and everyone that received them this way loved them.  I thought I'd share the idea since this is Paint Chip Project week.  I know not everyone likes making jewelry but you could easily do this with a store bought necklace and earrings.  Your recipient will love it for sure!


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 • Gather your supplies--Jewelry, Paint Chip, Razor Blade or Scissors, Cellophane Bag, Ribbon
• Place the necklace where you want it on the card
• Using your razor blade slice a small slit in the card on both sides
• Insert your necklace chain into the slits on both sides of card. 
Adjust the placement of your necklace by pulling more of the chain to the back. 
I use a small piece of washi tape on the back to secure the chain from slipping. 

 • For the earrings you can make an indentation on the card where you want them placed. Using just the very tip of the razor blade punch a small hole in the paint chip.
• Put earrings through and secure them with the back of the earring
• Slip the set into a cellophane bag
• Tie a pretty ribbon or twine around the bag and fluff up the top to make a pretty gift. 

A Great Gift

Linking Here:
Pinching Penny Party

25 comments:

  1. Such a clever and cute idea!

    I would love for you to come and link it up at the Lil' Luna Link Party. :D

    XO - Kristyn
    www.lilluna.com

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  2. Lindy, this is probably one of my favorite projects of yours! What a great gift this would make.

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  3. What a neat idea! I love the extra color it adds, too.

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  4. That's an awesome idea! You just gave me a great idea for gifts for my friends... they all love jewelry!

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  5. Brilliant packaging idea! I am loving all of the innovative uses for freebie paint chip cards :)

    Amanda

    http://frillsandfrolic.blogspot.com

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  6. This is a super cute way to give jewelry as a gift!

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  7. seriously, that is such a great (and cheap!) idea!

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  8. Hey Linda, curious where you get your cello bags from?

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  9. ACK!!! I LOVE THIS!! Such a cute and clever idea! :)

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  10. Featured this great project on my blog today!http://delightfullynoted.blogspot.com/2011/08/8-creative-ways-to-reuse-paint-chips.html

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  11. Thanks for linking up to Market Yourself Monday! I'll be featuring this on Saturday on my blog.

    http://sumossweetstuff.blogspot.com

    Thanks!
    Sumo:)

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  12. Super cute presentation! What a great idea! Love it! :)

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  13. Such a cute way to display jewelry - I love that you can color coordinate the display with the jewelry itself.

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  14. Very cute!
    coming from the Six Sisters Saturday linky!!

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  15. What a great idea. Simple (and free) but so beautiful. I would love it if you would top by and share at the link party going on right now at Lines Across My Face.
    :)Rachel
    http://linesacrossmyface.blogspot.com/2011/08/cure-for-common-monday-3-craft-link.html

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  16. What a great way to reuse something that would normally be thrown away. If you get a chance I would love you to link your jewelry card up to More the Merrier Monday. It lasts through Wednesday so you have plenty of time to stop by. See you there. http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/

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  17. Oh what a fun idea! I love it! Bookmarking this - thank you so much for sharing this :)

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  18. I love these! I wish you would sell them in your Etsy shop!

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  19. How creative & adorable. I love this idea. Thanks so much for sharing your paint card ideas at Fab Friday. Please come back again this Friday!

    Warmly, Michelle

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  20. This is really a great idea. Apart from having to use jewelry boxes, this gift card is really a very cheap and practical alternative. There are items of which a Dallas shredding company can help you dispose while there are things that you can still recycle (for instance). Thank you for sharing this. This will absolutely benefit many especially that the holidays are fast approaching!

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