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super cute. thanks for sharing


Love the brad ideas.


Wow! These are really brilliant ideas! TFS!


WOW What great ideas!!!!! It always amazes me when something I have had for years(brads)can be used in a different way. Thanks :)


I have enough brads to sink a small ship. I love the ribbon scrunchie idea and will use it very soon.

Alexia Misso

what a brilliant idea!! thanks for sharing!! :)


Great idea uses and adorable samples! TFS!:)

Sav O'G

LOOOOOOOOVE this post--great ideas:)

Barb in AK

The more ideas I can have to reduce my brad stash, the better! Love these and will be using them :-)


Love the ribbon scrunchie idea! Thanks for sharing Virginia.

rosey of nyc

such a great idea.

NanaBeth W

It's been years since I hauled out my brads.This puts a fresh new light on using them.Thank you for sharing this.

Ria Johnson

Cute ideas! Thanks for sharing.


these are wonderful ideas. Thanks for sharing

jan m

ADORABLE Tags!!! Wonderful ideas for using brads!!! Thank you!!

Alice Pace

Awesome! Now I can totally justify buying more ribbon!


I love your tags. What a group of great ideas. These would be wonderful to use on a scrapbook page. You could use the ribbon technique across the bottom of a page or to highlight a photo. Thanks so much


Great ideas...I love my brads!

Coches hibridos precios

So cute post, i love it.

Brandi ( MsRedCavi on deviantART.com)

1. If you have a corkboard, try them in place of thumbtacks! You may have to snip the length of the prongs a bit with pliers that have a cutter.

2. My absolute FAVE is Bedazzler gems/nailheads as tacks - these will work on your wall!!! Adds a little bling if u hang artwork on your craft wall like I do.

Don't forget you can color rhinestones with COPICs to match/contrast whatever you're hanging.


love this ideas especially the ribbon idea

Anne V

Instead of tying a bow-loop the ribbon and use the brad in the middle-where the knot would have been-to hold it together by wrapping the prongs around and securing on the back. Works with twine, too.

Heather Parry

Great ideas, thanks for sharing!

Janet Nelson

WOW!!! I love these ideas. Got any more??

Katrina Hay

These look so good...I am definately going to use the ribbon one...much easier than tying a bow...

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