Have you seen these babies at Michaels? I thought they'd be perfect! They're made by a company called Momenta and they're metal photo corners for scrapbooking. These are kinda like the ones I used, except the ones I got were bigger. Apart from these, you'll also need:
Spray paint (optional)
Drill fitted with a 5/64 bit (or smaller, depending on the size of your metal photo corner)
So, you get your photo corners and you peel off whatever's in the back - in this case, since it's a sticker it had sticky foam at the back that was really easy to peel. Clean it properly, take off whatever residue that sticker left.
Get your drill and drill two holes (one on each end of the photo corner). Don't worry about this step, it's relatively easy, specially if you're handy with a drill. The metal wasn't really that hard either. It would be easier to mark where you want to drill before you go off drilling though - in my case I used the end flourish as my guide. After drilling, spray paint with your color of choice if desired. I am so into gold these days I decided to spray paint them with my handy dandy gold spray paint. Wait for that to dry. Now assemble - you have three options here actually:
I'm actually torn on how to wear this. How about you guys - which one do you prefer? In any case you really should try making this, it's easy and inexpensive and so so pretty. Well, go on, make it! And of course leave me your lovely thoughts and suggestions. I hope you guys have a good week!