Easy Tutorial on Cherry Brooch with Ribbon and Beads

Hey, girls. Happy to see you again. Do you like cherry? Today I am going to show you a simple tutorial on how to make cherry brooch with green ribbon and red acrylic beads. Trust me, you will look younger if you wear this lovely cherry brooch. OK, let’s learn the details of this cheery brooch making.
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Supplies needed in making cherry brooch with ribbon and beads:
4mm Red Round Pearl Beads
70×0.7mm Golden Headpins
20mm Red Pony Acrylic Beads
20x5mm Silver Pin Backs
25mm Green Ribbon
Round Nose Plier
Glue Gun
Stainless-Steel Scissor
Lighter
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Step 1: Make the beaded part of the cherry brooch
Firstly, slide a 4mm red round pearl bead and a 20cm red acrylic bead onto a golden headpin. Then make another one according to this step.
Secondly, connect the two ends of two beaded parts to fix them together.
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Step 2: Add green ribbon
Firstly, cut the green ribbon about 25mm, and make a tie at the linking part of two beaded patterns.
Secondly, cut the green ribbon to form the shape of leaf on two ribbon sides.
Thirdly, make the green ribbon smoothed with the lighter.
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Step 3: Add sliver pin back
Put the sliver pin onto the surface of the green ribbon and attach them tightly with the glue gun.
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Then this cherry brooch with green ribbon and red beads has been finished!
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It is done! Do you like it? So cute cherry brooch, you can also add it on your hat, bag, clothes or other accessories. I believe it is perfectly matched with them. Why do not try to make this lovely cherry brooch for its wide usage. Enjoy~

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