framing pins

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  1. excitedvaca

    excitedvaca Earning My Ears

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    has anyone a suggestion on how to frame my sons pins, we just came back and he has about 25 pins that he is thrilled with, I said I would frame them so he can show them off, any ideas?
     
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  3. poochcvt

    poochcvt Earning My Ears

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    I would like to learn how to do the framing thing as well, My S/O is a firefighter and I am collecting some disney Firefighter pins and would like to frame them and give to him as a gift. Please let me in on how to frame. :pinkbounc :wave:


    Thanks Paula
     
  4. NHMickey

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  5. poochcvt

    poochcvt Earning My Ears

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    :p Thanks for the Tip

    Paula
     
  6. Buzz2001

    Buzz2001 CSR MAN!!

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    Thanks for the tip. Yours came out great.
     
  7. jaross

    jaross Mouseketeer

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    I just tried something for displaying pins. So far it is working.

    I got three embroidery hoops. One big one and two smaller ones. I put black Aida (sp) cloth in each one, I put glue into the frame to hold it better. The pins poke right through. You can move them really easily if you want to add or rearrange.

    Then I hang the hoops on the wall. The big one goes on bottom, then the two little ones go above on either side. Yup, you guessed it. It's a Mickey head!

    I have never tried actually framing my pins. It seems too hard for me. But, this was really easy.

    Chris::earsboy:
     

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