Cheap plastic kid's necklace turned into a snazzy pin
This dragon pin was made from a "gumball" toy machine at the movies where you put in a quarter or fifty cents and get toy or, in this case, a necklace and it only took about five minutes to make.
I used the hot knife to cut the circular plastic piece off of the top then used a silver paint pen to touch up the white plastic the was underneath where the circular piece had been.
I then applied hot glue to the center or the back horizontally and pushed the pin back down and allowed to drive.
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