My Project: Make your own friendship pins with meaning


My Project - Jennifer Familetti



Each color bead in these friendship pins represents a special character trait of a friend.


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These fun and easy to make tokens of friendship can be pinned to personal items such book bags, shoe laces and hats.


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Using beads and safety pins are all you need to make these bright and meaningful tokens of friendship. Carefully string the safety pin’s open side into the holes of a few beads, taking care not to poke yourself with the end of the pin. Ask an adult to help and inspect the pin to make sure it clasps properly.

Some places to display your friendship pins are on book bags, shoelaces, hats and other clothing.

Use specific colors to let your friends and family know what they mean to you by using the following color guide:

Red: loving

Orange: funny

Yellow: friendly

Green: peaceful

Blue: trustworthy

Purple: creative

Black: strong

White: energetic

Pink: silly

Each color bead in these friendship pins represents a special character trait of a friend.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ABJ-MyProject-March16-1.jpgEach color bead in these friendship pins represents a special character trait of a friend. Submitted photo

These fun and easy to make tokens of friendship can be pinned to personal items such book bags, shoe laces and hats.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ABJ-MyProject-March16-2.jpgThese fun and easy to make tokens of friendship can be pinned to personal items such book bags, shoe laces and hats. Submitted photo

My Project

Jennifer Familetti

Jennifer Familetti is program coordinator at the Dalton Community Library. Reach the Abington Journal newsroom at 570-587-1148.

Jennifer Familetti is program coordinator at the Dalton Community Library. Reach the Abington Journal newsroom at 570-587-1148.

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