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Now I know my ABC's, next time won't you sing with me? :D!
This took FOREVER!
I can't decide if I want to keep it as is, or extend it and make it into a belt.
What should I do?

Edit: I tried making it into a belt, and it won't work. Its too weak. I have another idea though.... I will get my alphabet letter belt darnit! >:D!

Posted by Boo_its_Brittany from Long Beach, California, United States • Published See Boo_its_Brittany's 179 projects »

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Filura Fixer
Filura Fixer · Stockholm, Stockholm County, SE · 7 projects
I love your work, you are awesome!!!
mew · Division No. 18, Unorganized, Saskatchewan, CA · 2 projects
omg! jealousy!!
Happy so awesome! good job
Boo_its_Brittany · Long Beach, California, US · 182 projects
I used a hot saftey pin, yes.
Its extremely time consuming and dangerous.
I stabbed myself about twenty times.
felicia in wonderland
felicia in wonderland · 4 projects
this is adorable! such a cute idea Happy
ive always wanted to do something fantastic with those abc magnets.. you beat me to it
Laura Collins
Laura Collins · 12 projects
How did you get the wholes for the jump rings ?
hot needle ?
Scissorfiend · Grand Rapids, Michigan, US · 1 project
That is spectacular! I don't know how many letters you have, but maybe you could keep the necklace and make a matching belt? anyway, that is so cool! You said it took you a while, I don't know how you made the holes, but I'm assuming you drilled them? If that is what took the longest, I recommend this: Find a mini phillips-head screwdriver (or a similar small, pointy metal object with a plastic or rubber handle.) Then, using a candle or a burner on your stove, hold the metal part into the flame for a few seconds. Now set the tip on the part of the letter where you want the hole to be, and push. It should melt the plastic and slide through, if not you need to heat it up for longer. Repeat for each hole. This works well for me, but depending on the thickness of the plastic, it could be tricky. Good luck!

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