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KAM® Clip Tip @ ILikeBigButtons.com April 04 2023, 0 Comments

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How To Open KAM Suspender Clips @ ILikeBigButtons.com January 24 2022, 0 Comments

Pacifier clips are great for making pacifier holders, bib clips, toy holders, and various other ribbon or sewing crafts. They have grabbing teeth that secure tightly. 

We frequently get asked, "How do you open these clips?"

These clips have a "soft" locking mechanism in the back that makes it more difficult to release unintentionally.

Opening the clip is a 2-step process.

First, slightly lift the lever in the rear to unlock.

Then, pull the front lip and the rear lever up and towards each other at the same time.

Once you get the hang of it, they are easy to open, but difficult for little fingers or to be released on accident.

 

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Wednesday Humor @ ILikeBigButtons.com October 13 2021, 0 Comments

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Our Sunset Yellow (B10) KAM Plastic Snap reminds me of brisk, but sunny Fall days and colorful Fall leaves.

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Tag Sensory Blankets @ ILikeBigButtons.com September 09 2021, 0 Comments

 

I love making these because they are simple, my babies loved them, and they are easy to sew.

Link to Tag Sensory Blanket Tutorial


Water Bottle Charm Markers @ ILikeBigButtons.com June 15 2021, 0 Comments

 

Congratulations, Class of 2021!!! We had a graduate this year. We are still trying to wrap our mind around it, given that we just brought her home from the hospital not so long ago, but now we are celebrating her like she is a Rockstar! 

We were able to throw her a celebration with our family and closest friends. To make the "Whose Water Bottle is Whose?" game more manageable, we raided our Pacifier Supplies inventory and used O-Ring Pacifier Adapters in all 14 colors to mark the water bottles, so they were unique.

It is as simple as placing an O-Ring over the bottle cap. The O-Rings nestle snuggly just under the rim and can be slipped back off and washed for reuse.

To see this tutorial and other I Like Big Buttons! Crafty Ideas visit our Craft Inspiration Boards here.

 


Hands-free Water Bottle Holder @ ILikeBigButtons.com June 11 2021, 0 Comments

 

My oldest is headed off on a class trip to Silverwood Theme Park. Rollercoaster rides, caramel apples, sunshine, and lots of laughter. A hands-free Water Bottle, so she can keep moving and not worry about keeping hydrated, is a must.

I made a couple of quick water bottle holders from ILikeBigButtons.com craft supplies.

Here is what you will need:


Making a Fabric Cover Button Metal Pacifier Clip @ ILikeBigButtons.com February 26 2021, 0 Comments

 

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Using our Pacifier Clip and Supply Tutorials make either Ribbon or Fabric Pacifier Clips.
  2. Cut your fabric scrap. You will want a circle that is about twice the diameter of your button blank.  I cut out a Piece of Fabric using my Size 36 Template.
  3. Put your fabric piece in the larger assembly tool piece (RIGHT SIDE DOWN). When you look into the tool you want to see the back of the fabric.
  4. Place the button front (the domed piece) on top of the fabric. Leave the fabric edges hanging out.  Double check the transparent underside to see if your print is how you would like it.   Then press the cover button fabric edges down into the tool.
  5. Add a dab of E6000 Adhesive to the middle of the cover button cap before installing the Flat Back.
  6. Place the back cover button piece on top of your fabric and button front.
  7. Take the smaller piece of the assembly tool and with the open side down place it on the button back.
  8. Press down. You may hear a pop when the last bit of the button back slips into place. If you take the tool out and the button is not completely secured, just put it back in and press down again.
  9. When you take the small assembly tool piece off, the fabric edges will be secured underneath the button back.
  10. Remove the button from the larger assembly tool piece.  Tada!  My Cover Button is ready to be adhered to a Round Faced Metal Clip.
  11. Here are the Cover Buttons I made in just a few minutes.  Seriously easy, fun and so cute!
  12. Now take the E6000 Adhesive and put a medium size dab of glue on the back of the cover button about 1/2 of what would fill the back area of the back.  This glue is great to work with so don't overly worry about getting the amount right.  I was able to cleanly wipe of any excess off when I put on too much and I was also able to remove the button and add a little more when I under did it.  This glue is very forgiving.
  13. Now place the Cover Button over the Round Faced Metal Pacifier Clips and straighten and center your button.
  14. Press firmly and let set to dry and cure 24-72 hours as recommended by the manufacturer (E6000).
  15. These are my finished products.  I love them and think they turned out beautifully.  Below are my examples, completed and installed on Pacifier Clips.
  16. Tada!!!

Disclaimer:  Keep in mind that although I have rough tested these I in no way recommend you leave your baby alone with these as there are small pieces and if not done properly they may come apart and become a choking hazard.  I would recommend these clips under adult supervision only.  The maker and/or parent assumes full responsibility when using these pacifier clips.


Jean Pacifier Clip with Fabric Rosette November 16 2020, 0 Comments

 

Supplies for a Recycled Jean Pacifier Clip with Fabric Rosette:

Instructions:

  1. Using an old, holey pair of Jeans cut two 1 1/2" x 14" strips of material.
  2. Use Sewing Clips to hold the material, wrong sides together, right sides facing out.
  3. Stitch around the strip of fabric about a 1/4 to 3/8" in all the way around making sure to backstitch at the start and end.
  4. Pull on the edges to fray the jean material up to the stitch you made.  I used a crafty child :) with a cutting board and a fork.  It will also fray over time but I was going for this look.
  5. To make the Fabric Rosette, fold the fabric in half, wrong sides together, two times.  You will end up with about 1/2" or less strip of fabric 24" long.  I used an iron to fold it, not so much that it was completely flat, just enough that it held its shape.  Start at one end and hot glue the first bit of it back against itself.
  6. Continue this ever so often so that the 'bud' stays together.
  7. Make the bud or center of the rose about 1/2" in diameter.  Add one last drop of hot glue.
  8. Now twist the fabric 360 degrees, so that the bottom becomes the top.  Tack it with a small bead of hot glue and repeat.
  9. Continue twisting and gluing until you run out of fabric or until you reach the desired size of your rosette.
  10. It will look like this when you are finished.
  11. Glue the last bit of fabric on the underside of the Rosette securely with hot glue.
  12. For a more finished look, I added a circle of felt to the bottom with Fabri-Tac.
  13. Put the KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip on the Fabric strip about 1″ in.
  14. Fold back 1″ of the strip back onto itself.
  15. Straight stitch across the fabric strip just behind the KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip.  Make sure to set the stitch.
  16. Make sure that the internal snap in a comfortable distance to accommodate the width of the handle, I spaced my KAM Snaps about 2″ apart using the Pacifier I have with the biggest handle.
  17. Now on the side where the Pacifier will be attached, I installed a Cap and Socket about 1/2″ from the edge.  I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.
  18. Add Fabric Rosette with Fabri-Tac to the Pacifier Clip just above the clip.
  19. Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child’s outfit and go.
  20. Tada!  Okay, I think I am in love.  Super cute!  Happy Snapping!!!  To see our other great Pacifier Clip Tutorial and KAM Plastic Snap Ideas and buy these supplies visit I Like Big Buttons.com.

Disclaimer:  Keep in mind that although I have rough tested these I in no way recommend you leave your baby alone with these as there are small pieces and if not done properly they may come apart and become a choking hazard.  I would recommend these clips under adult supervision only.  The maker and/or parent assumes full responsibility when using these pacifier clips.


"No Sew" Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps and Enamel Clip by ILikeBigButtons.com November 03 2020, 0 Comments

 

Supplies for a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip:

Instructions:

  1. Choose a 7/8" or 3/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, cut a 14" to 16" length of ribbon.  I did 7/8" Grosgrain Ribbon and I cut it 16" long so when it was completed it was approximately 12" long.
  2. The ribbon I was using was made of polyester so I used a lighter to seal the ends of the ribbon so it doesn't fray.  (If you are unsure, you may want to practice on a scrap piece if this is your first time or you are unsure of what the material is made of.)
  3. Then I used a bit of Fabric Tac and folded over 1" of the ribbon back on itself to reinforce the ribbon and pressed it firmly and let it dry.  Repeat on the opposite end.
  4. Once dry, I installed a Cap and Socket in each end of the ribbon about 1/2" from the edge.  I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.
  5. On the side that will hold the Enamel Clip, I simply folded the ribbon over at the 1" mark and installed a Cap and Stud where it would meet.  I, then, feed the Enamel Clip onto the ribbon and snapped it into place.  It may have been easier to thread on the pacifier clip before installing any Snap parts but I was able to feed it through without much trouble.
  6. Now on the side where the Pacifier will be attached, adjust the internal snap at a comfortable distance to accommodate the width of the handle.  I went an additional 1/2" for the Pacifier, I used.
  7. Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child's shirt and go.
  8. Tada!  Happy Snapping!!!

Yes, ILikeBigButtons.com OPEN and Shipping! March 18 2020, 0 Comments

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We have gotten a few questions about if we are open and shipping during this time. The answer is YES! We are all healthy and safely tucked at home as we practice social distancing.

I Like Big Buttons! is a completely e-commerce based, family-run business. Since we don't have a physical storefront, we are able to continue our operations as usual. All our items are in stock and ready to ship. Items purchased before 3 pm PT will go out the next business day via our USPS scheduled morning pickup.

My presence on social media may slow, and I ask for your patience with that. I have just become a full-time homeschooling mom for the next 6 weeks, on top of my responsibilities at I Like Big Buttons!, being a full-time wife, and a full-time momma. As many of you know, I am a momma of many, which means lots of "Mom, Mom, Mom!" as the day goes long. Lots of "How do I do this?" and "What am I supposed to do next?" Our school district has been amazing and was able to send all my kiddos home with lots of work, both online and in packet form, to keep them active.

For support or product questions, please contact us at support@ilikebigbuttons.com. We check our email support constantly, but may only get to our social media pages a few times a day. Facebook doesn't always notify us that you have asked a question, so we may not see it in a timely manner.

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Let the record show that I went into the craft store for ONE thing. February 18 2020, 0 Comments

Let the record show that I went into the craft store for ONE thing.

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I Like Big Buttons! A Collection of Pacifier Clip Tutorials October 11 2018, 0 Comments

Pacifier Clips are easy to make, fun to embellish, and a great useful gift for a new mom and baby.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Choose a piece of Fabric, cut it to the dimensions: 14" x 3 1/2", the finished product once ironed, folded and sewn will be approximately 7/8" wide x 12" long. [...]

Here are our top 5 Pacifier Clip Tutorials:

#1 - A Cover Button Metal Pacifier Clips with Cover Buttons, Round Faced Metal Suspender Clips, and KAM Snaps

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#2 - Jean Pacifier Clip with Rosette using KAM Plastic Snaps and Clip

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#3 - "No Sew" Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and a KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers

No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 22

#4 - Fabric Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and a KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers

Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 23

#5 - Recycling Jeans into a Pacifier Clip using KAM Snaps and a Pacifier Clip

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I Like Big Buttons.com - NEW! Pacifier Clips Quick Ordering Chart makes ordering a breeze!!! September 05 2018, 0 Comments

Have you taken a moment to check out our NEW easy to navigate Pacifier Clip Quick Ordering Charts !?!

Metal Pacifier Clips Order Chart

Plastic Pacifier Clips Order Chart

Take a moment to check it out.  Simply click on any color, enter quantity, click add to cart, and repeat!

You can narrow down your search by Shape, Loop, Color, and Finish to make ordering easier.


An I Like Big Buttons Christmas! Idea #9: How To Make Pacifier Clips December 07 2017, 0 Comments

Gift Idea #9:

Pacifier Clips are easy to make, fun to embellish, and a great useful gift for a new mom and baby.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Choose a piece of Fabric, cut it to the dimensions: 14" x 3 1/2", the finished product once ironed, folded and sewn will be approximately 7/8" wide x 12" long. [...]

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Here are our top 5 Pacifier Clip Tutorials:

#1 - A Cover Button Metal Pacifier Clips with Cover Buttons, Round Faced Metal Suspender Clips, and KAM Snaps

#2 - Jean Pacifier Clip with Rosette using KAM Plastic Snaps and Clip

#3 - "No Sew" Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and a KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers

#4 - Fabric Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and a KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers

#5 - Recycling Jeans into a Pacifier Clip using KAM Snaps and a Pacifier Clip


An I Like Big Buttons Christmas! Idea #2: How to make a Sensory Ribbon Baby Tag Blanket with KAM Snaps & Pacifier Supplies November 20 2017, 0 Comments

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Gift Idea #2:  Fun and functional, Sensory Ribbon Tag Blanket with BONUS accessories make a great gift for any sweet little person in your life.  Use KAM Snaps or a KAM Pacifier Clip to make your blanket attachable or unthrowable :).  Add KAM Snaps, MAM Pacifier Rings or Pacifier O-Rings to add a Pacifier holder to your tag blanket.  I used them all :P to show you the different options.

Supplies:

Instructions:

1.  Cut the Fabric and Minky material to 12"x12" squares and cut your mix of ribbon 8 in 5" lengths, 7 in 8" lengths, and 1 in 12" length.  See More

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Our 5 Most Popular Pacifier Clip Tutorials - I Like Big Buttons! August 15 2017, 0 Comments

Pacifier Clips are easy to make, fun to embellish, and a great useful gift for a new mom and baby. Here are our top 5 Pacifier Clip Tutorials:

#1 - A Cover Button Metal Pacifier Clips with Cover Buttons, Round Faced Metal Suspender Clips, and KAM Snaps

#2 - Jean Pacifier Clip with Rosette using KAM Plastic Snaps and Clip

#3 - "No Sew" Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and an KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers

#4 - Fabric Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and an KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers

#5 - Recycling Jeans into a Pacifier Clip using KAM Snaps and a Pacifier Clip

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I Like Big Buttons! - How to make a Fabric Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and an KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers June 13 2017, 0 Comments

Today, I am making a pretty Fabric Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers using our silicone MAM rings and O-Rings. Pretty & functional! :)

Supplies for a Fabric Pacifier Clip with Button Style Pacifier Adapters:

Instructions:

1.  Choose a piece of Fabric, cut it to the dimensions: 14" x 3 1/2", the finished product once ironed, folded and sewn will be approximately 7/8" wide x 12" long.

2.  Fold both 3 1/2" wide ends in 1/4" and iron flat.

3.  Now fold and iron the fabric in half the long way (14" length).

4.  Then fold and iron again, bringing the outer edges to the middle "iron line" and iron along those edges. Repeat on other side.

5.  Re-iron the seam so that the Fabric is smooth and flat, it should now be 13 1/2" long x 7/8" wide.

6.  Open the top of the Fabric strip and trim the excess internal fabric at an angle so that there is less chance of the ends peeking out when sewn together.  Repeat on the other end.

7.  Pin the Fabric strip in a couple places to keep it in place.

8.   Sew a 1/8" seam all the way around the piece making sure to back stitch at the start and finish to set the seam.

9.  Now installed a Cap and Stud about 1/2" from the edge and the mating Cap and Socket about 1 1/2" later so that the center of the two KAM Snap parts are about 1 1/2" or more apart.  Any closer and I found I had trouble getting the MAM Ring or O-Ring Adapter to sit neatly inside.   I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.

10.  Repeat on the other side, that will hold the Pacifier Clip.  I, then, feed the Pacifier Clip and MAM Ring Adapter onto the ribbon and snapped it into place.  It may have been easier to thread on the pacifier clip before installing any Snap parts but I was able to feed it through without much trouble.

11.  Tada!  Now time to add the Pacifier.

12.  Simply stretch the MAM Ring or O-Ring around the Button Style Grip on the Pacifier and it will settle behind it and hold the Pacifier securely. Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child's shirt and go.

13.  As pictured, the MAM Rings hold the same way as the O-Rings only with a less subtle profile.

14.  Tada!  Happy Snapping!!!


Cover Button Embellished Pacifier Clips by I Like Big Buttons! May 30 2017, 0 Comments

I have had a lot of questions in the last couple years about how to make these clips so I decided to take it on. A Pacifier Clip made extra adorable with the added Cover Button accent, they are a great accessory to add to your baby's wardrobe for any special occasion or just because.

Supplies:

Instructions:

1.  Using our Pacifier Clip and Supply Tutorials make either Ribbon or Fabric Pacifier Clips.

2.  Cut your fabric scrap. You will want a circle that is about twice the diameter of your button blank.  I cut out a Piece of Fabric using my Size 36 Template.

3.  Put your fabric piece in the larger assembly tool piece (RIGHT SIDE DOWN). When you look into the tool you want to see the back of the fabric.

4.  Place the button front (the domed piece) on top of the fabric. Leave the fabric edges hanging out.  Double check the transparent underside to see if your print is how you would like it.   Then press the cover button fabric edges down into the tool.

5.  Add a dab of E6000 Adhesive to the middle of the cover button cap before installing the Flat Back.

6.  Place the back cover button piece on top of your fabric and button front.

7.  Take the smaller piece of the assembly tool and with the open side down place it on the button back.

8.  Press down. You may hear a pop when the last bit of the button back slips into place. If you take the tool out and the button is not completely secured, just put it back in and press down again.

9.  When you take the small assembly tool piece off, the fabric edges will be secured underneath the button back.

10.  Remove the button from the larger assembly tool piece.  Tada!  My Cover Button is ready to be adhered to a Round Faced Metal Clip.

11.  Here a the Cover Buttons I made in just a few minutes.  Seriously easy, fun and so cute!

12.  Now take the E6000 Adhesive and put a medium size dab of glue on the back of the Cover Button about 1/2 of what would fill the back area of the back.  This glue is great to work with so don't overly worry about getting the amount just right.  I was able to cleanly wipe of any excess off when I put on too much and I was also able to remove the button and add a little more when I under did it.  This glue is very forgiving.

13.  Now place the Cover Button over the Round Faced Metal Pacifier Clips and straighten and center your button.

14.  Press firmly and let set to dry and cure 24-72 hours as recommended by the manufacturer (E6000).

15.  These are my finished products.  I love them and think they turned out beautifully.  Below are my examples, completed and installed on Pacifier Clips.

 

16.  Tada!!!

Disclaimer:  Keep in mind that although I have rough tested these I in no way recommend you leave your baby alone with these as there are small pieces and if not done properly they may come apart and become a choking hazard.  I would recommend these clips under adult supervision only.  The maker and/or parent assumes full responsibility when using these pacifier clips.

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Fabric Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and an KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers September 21 2016, 0 Comments

Today, I am making a pretty Fabric Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers using our silicone MAM rings and O-Rings. Pretty functional :)!!!

 

Supplies for a Fabric Pacifier Clip with Button Style Pacifier Adapters:

Instructions:

1.  Choose a piece of Fabric, cut it to the dimensions: 14" x 3 1/2", the finished product once ironed, folded and sewn will be approximately 7/8" wide x 12" long.

2.  Fold both 3 1/2" wide ends in 1/4" and iron flat.

3.  Now fold and iron the fabric in half the long way (14" length).

4.  Then fold and iron again, bringing the outer edges to the middle "iron line" and iron along those edges. Repeat on other side.

5.  Re-iron the seam so that the Fabric is smooth and flat, it should now be 13 1/2" long x 7/8" wide.

6.  Open the top of the Fabric strip and trim the excess internal fabric at an angle so that there is less chance of the ends peeking out when sewn together.  Repeat on the other end.

7.  Pin the Fabric strip in a couple places to keep it in place.

8.   Sew a 1/8" seam all the way around the piece making sure to back stitch at the start and finish to set the seam.

9.  Now installed a Cap and Stud about 1/2" from the edge and the mating Cap and Socket about 1 1/2" later so that the center of the two KAM Snap parts are about 1 1/2" or more apart.  Any closer and I found I had trouble getting the MAM Ring or O-Ring Adapter to sit neatly inside.   I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.

10.  Repeat on the other side, that will hold the Pacifier Clip.  I, then, feed the Pacifier Clip and MAM Ring Adapter onto the ribbon and snapped it into place.  It may have been easier to thread on the pacifier clip before installing any Snap parts but I was able to feed it through without much trouble.

11.  Tada!  Now time to add the Pacifier.

12.  Simply stretch the MAM Ring or O-Ring around the Button Style Grip on the Pacifier and it will settle behind it and hold the Pacifier securely. Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child's shirt and go.

13.  As pictured, the MAM Rings hold the same way as the O-Rings only with a less subtle profile.

14.  Tada!  Happy Snapping!!!


Jean Pacifier Clip with Fabric Rosette using KAM Plastic Snaps and a KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip September 19 2016, 0 Comments

Every time I do a load of jeans in the laundry, I inevitable find ANOTHER pair of jeans with the knees split from seam to seam and, really, how many jean shorts can a boy use :P.  They even wear though patches and re-enforced knees.  I have active boys :).  I have been trying to find creative ways to recycle holey jeans.  Today I am recycling a pair of holey jeans into a Pacifier Clip.

 

Supplies for a Recycled Jean Pacifier Clip with Fabric Rosette:

Instructions:

1.  Using an old, holey pair of Jeans cut two 1 1/2" x 14" strips of material.

2.  Use Sewing Clips to hold the material, wrong sides together, right sides facing out.

3.  Stitch around the strip of fabric about a 1/4 to 3/8" in all the way round making sure to back stitch at the start and end.

4.  Pull on the edges to fray the jean material up to the stitch you made.  I used a crafty child :) with a cutting board and a fork.  It will also fray over time but I was going for a this look.

5.  To make the Fabric Rosette, fold the fabric in half, wrong sides together, two times.  You will end up with about 1/2" or less strip of fabric 24" long.  I used an iron to fold it, not so much that it was completely flat, just enough that it held its shape.  Start at one end and hot glue the first bit of it back against itself.

6.  Continue this ever so often so that the 'bud' stays together.

7.  I made the bud or center of the rose about 1/2" in diameter.  Add one last drop of hot glue.

8.  Now twist the fabric 360 degrees, so that the bottom becomes the top.  Tack it with a small bead of hot glue and repeat.

9.  Continue twisting and gluing until you run out of fabric or until you reach the desired size of your rosette.

10.  It will look like this when you are finished.

11.  Glue the last bit of fabric on the underside of the Rosette securely with hot glue.

12.  For a more finished look, I added a circle of felt to the bottom with Fabri-Tac.

13.  Put the KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip on the Fabric strip about 1″ in.

14.  Fold back 1″ of the strip back onto itself.

15.  Straight stitch across the fabric strip just behind the KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip.  Make sure to set the stitch.

16.  Make sure that the internal snap in a comfortable distance to accommodate the width of the handle, I spaced my KAM Snaps about 2″ apart using the Pacifier I have with the biggest handle.

17.  Now on the side where the Pacifier will be attached, I installed a Cap and Socket about 1/2″ from the edge.  I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.

18.  Add Fabric Rosette with Fabri-Tac to the Pacifier Clip just above the clip.

19.  Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child’s outfit and go.

20.  Tada!  Okay, I think I am in love.  Super cute!  Happy Snapping!!!  To see our other great Pacifier Clip Tutorial and KAM Plastic Snap Ideas and buy these supplies visit I Like Big Buttons.com.

Disclaimer:  Keep in mind that although I have rough tested these I in no way recommend you leave your baby alone with these as there are small pieces and if not done properly they may come apart and become a choking hazard.  I would recommend these clips under adult supervision only.  The maker and/or parent assumes full responsibility when using these pacifier clips.


Water Bottle Marker/Charm Tutorial using MAM and O-Ring Pacifier Adapters August 24 2016, 0 Comments

These adapter rings also can be used as water bottle markers or so you can easily attach your bottle to a clip.  Simply stretch the ring over the neck of a standard sized water bottle (~1”) to easily recognize your drink.  We carry 13 great ring colors to choose from.

*Take 10% our MAM and O-Ring Adapters with coupon code (thru Monday 8/29): RINGLOVE

Supplies:

O-Ring Adapter water bottle marker

1.  Stretch Colored Ring Adapter of your choosing over the mouth of the bottle, just past the lip.

MAM Ring Adapter water bottle marker

2.  So many uses.  Simply:

  • Leave as a water bottle marker.
  • Attach a carabiner clip and hang from your backpack, bag, belt loop or other.
  • Hang from your lanyard for hands free carrying.

MAM rings all colors

O ring all colors angle

3.  Super easy and useful!  To see our Pacifier Clip Tutorials using MAM or O-Rings check them out here.

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Cover Button Metal Pacifier Clips with Cover Buttons, Round Faced Metal Suspender Clips and KAM Snaps May 17 2016, 0 Comments

How to make a Cover Button Metal Pacifier Clips with Cover Buttons, Round Faced Metal Suspender Clips and KAM Snaps

Today I am making Cover Button Pacifier Clips using Round Faced Metal Pacifier Clips (Metal Suspender Clips), Size 36 Cover Buttons, and KAM Snaps, of course ;).  I have had a lot of questions in the last year about how to make these clips so I decided to take it on.  Keep in mind that although I have rough tested these I in no way recommend you leave your baby alone with these as there are small pieces and if not done properly they may come apart and become a choking hazard.  I would recommend these clips under adult supervision only.  The maker and/or parent assumes full responsibility when using these pacifier clips.

That being said I did rough test these and was unable to break them apart after they had proper time to dry and cure.  I didn't take a hammer to them :) but I did my best to undo my hard work and was not able to.

Supplies:

Instructions:

1.  Using our Pacifier Clip and Supply Tutorials make either Ribbon or Fabric Pacifier Clips.

2.  Cut your fabric scrap. You will want a circle that is about twice the diameter of your button blank.  I cut out a Piece of Fabric using my Size 36 Template.

3.  Put your fabric piece in the larger assembly tool piece (RIGHT SIDE DOWN). When you look into the tool you want to see the back of the fabric.

4.  Place the button front (the domed piece) on top of the fabric. Leave the fabric edges hanging out.  Double check the transparent underside to see if your print is how you would like it.   Then press the cover button fabric edges down into the tool.

5.  Add a dab of E6000 Adhesive to the middle of the cover button cap before installing the Flat Back.

6.  Place the back cover button piece on top of your fabric and button front.

7.  Take the smaller piece of the assembly tool and with the open side down place it on the button back.

8.  Press down. You may hear a pop when the last bit of the button back slips into place. If you take the tool out and the button is not completely secured, just put it back in and press down again.

9.  When you take the small assembly tool piece off, the fabric edges will be secured underneath the button back.

10.  Remove the button from the larger assembly tool piece.  Tada!  My Cover Button is ready to be adhered to a Round Faced Metal Clip.

11.  Here are the Cover Buttons I made in just a few minutes.  Seriously easy, fun and so cute!

12.  Now take the E6000 Adhesive and put a medium size dab of glue on the back of the Cover Button about 1/2 of what would fill the back area of the back.  This glue is great to work with so don't overly worry about getting the amount just right.  I was able to cleanly wipe of any excess off when I put on too much and I was also able to remove the button and add a little more when I under did it.  This glue is very forgiving.

13.  Now place the Cover Button over the Round Faced Metal Pacifier Clips and straighten and center your button.

14.  Press firmly and let set to dry and cure 24-72 hours as recommended by the manufacturer (E6000).

15.  These are my finished products.  I love them and think they turned out beautifully.  Below are my examples, completed and installed on Pacifier Clips.

16.  Tada!!!

Disclaimer:  Keep in mind that although I have rough tested these I in no way recommend you leave your baby alone with these as there are small pieces and if not done properly they may come apart and become a choking hazard.  I would recommend these clips under adult supervision only.  The maker and/or parent assumes full responsibility when using these pacifier clips.


Recycling Jeans into a Pacifier Clip using KAM Snaps and a Pacifier Clip May 12 2016, 0 Comments

Recycling Jeans into a Pacifier Clip using KAM Snaps and a Pacifier Clip

Every time I do a load of jeans in the laundry, I inevitable find ANOTHER pair of jeans with the knees split from seam to seam and, really, how many jean shorts can a boy use :P.  They even wear though patches and re-enforced knees.  I have active boys :).  I have been trying to find creative ways to recycle holey jeans.  Today I am recycling a pair of holey jeans into a Pacifier Clip.

 

Supplies for a Recycled Jean Pacifier Clip:

Instructions:

1.  Using an old, holey pair of Jeans cut two 1 1/2" x 14" strips of material.

2.  Pin the material, wrong sides together, right sides facing out.

3.  Stitch around the strip of fabric about a 1/4 to 3/8" in all the way round making sure to back stitch at the start and end.

4.  Pull on the edges to fray the jean material up to the stitch you made.  I used a crafty child :) with a cutting board and a fork.  It will also fray over time but I was going for a this look.

5.  Put the Pacifier Clip on the Fabric strip about 1″ in.

6.  Fold back 1″ of the strip back onto itself.

7.  Straight stitch across the Fabric strip just behind the Pacifier Clip and again a 1/2″ later, I did a Zig-Zag Stitch for fun,  just before the end of the doubled over Fabric strip.  Make sure to set the stitch both times.

8.  Make sure that the internal snap in a comfortable distance to accommodate the width of the handle, I spaced my KAM Snaps about 2″ apart using the Pacifier I have with the biggest handle.

9.  Now on the side where the Pacifier will be attached, I installed a Cap and Socket about 1/2″ from the edge.  I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.

10.  Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child’s outfit and go.

11.  Tada!  Okay, I think this may be my favorite so far.  How cute!  Happy Snapping!!!


How to make a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps and an Enamel Clip May 10 2016, 0 Comments

Making a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps and Enamel Clip

Today, I am making a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip.  All the usefulness, no sewing necessary!

 

Supplies for a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip:

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic1

Instructions:

1.  Choose a 7/8" or 3/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, cut a 14" to 16" length of ribbon.  I did 7/8" Grosgrain Ribbon and I cut it 16" long so when it was completed it was approximately 12" long.

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic2

2.  The ribbon I was using was made of polyester so I used a lighter to seal the ends of the ribbon so it doesn't fray.  (If you are unsure, you may want to practice on a scrap piece if this is your first time or you are unsure of the what the material is made of.)

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic3

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic4

3.  Then I used a bit of Fabric Tac and folded over an 1" of the ribbon back on itself to reinforce the ribbon and pressed it firmly and let it dry.  Repeat on the opposite end.

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic5

4.  Once dry, I installed a Cap and Socket in each end of the ribbon about 1/2" from the edge.  I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic6

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic7

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic8

5.  On the side that will hold the Enamel Clip I simply folded the ribbon over at the 1" mark and installed a Cap and Stud where it would meet.  I, then, feed the Enamel Clip onto the ribbon and snapped it into place.  It may have been easier to thread on the pacifier clip before installing any Snap parts but I was able to feed it through without much trouble.

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic11

6.  Now on the side where the Pacifier will be attached, adjust the internal snap in a comfortable distance to accommodate the width of the handle.  I went an additional 1/2" for the Pacifier, I used.

No Sew Pacifier Clip KAM Clip 1 pic10

7.  Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child's shirt and go.

8.  Tada!  Happy Snapping!!!


Crafty Saturday! February 20 2016, 0 Comments

Working on a project using ILikeBigButtons.com for a new sweet cousin. Can't wait to meet her!!!

#ilikebigbuttons #sootherblanket #pacifierclip #craftsupplies #lazysaturday #kamsnaps #plasticsnaps


An I Like Big Buttons Christmas! Idea #6: How to make a Sensory Ribbon Baby Tag Blanket with KAM Snaps & Pacifier Supplies December 16 2015, 0 Comments

Tag Blanket with KAM Snaps and Pacifier Supplies pic 22

Gift Idea #6:  Fun and functional, Sensory Ribbon Tag Blanket with BONUS accessories make a great gift for any sweet little person in your life.  Use KAM Snaps or a KAM Pacifier Clip to make your blanket attachable or unthrowable :).  Add KAM Snaps, MAM Pacifier Rings or Pacifier O-Rings to add a Pacifier holder to your tag blanket.  I used them all :P to show you the different options.

Supplies:

Instructions:

1.  Cut the Fabric and Minky material to 12"x12" squares and cut your mix of ribbon 8 in 5" lengths, 7 in 8" lengths, and 1 in 12" length.  See More

#ilikebigbuttons #kamsnaps #plasticsnaps #sootherblanket #christmasideas

Tag Blanket with KAM Snaps and Pacifier Supplies pic 23


Adorable Pacifier Clips from House Of Jars May 14 2015, 0 Comments

Super cute, pacifier clips from House Of Jars! Thank you for sharing your adorable craftiness! Check out their Etsy shop for more cute options using I Like Big Buttons! supplies.

 


New Spring Colors!!! Enamel Clips, More Colors January 28 2015, 0 Comments

We now carry Enamel Pacifier Clips (metal) in 20+ colors!!! Lead Free and Nickel Free Enamel Clips for your craft and clip projects.

We now carry:

  • B45 - Silver Colored (non-enameled)
  • B5 - Black
  • G89 - Milk Chocolate
  • G72 - Chocolate
  • G114 - Grape Soda
  • B41 - Violet
  • G79 - Lavender
  • B48 - Periwinkle
  • B46 - Teal
  • B59 - Pool Blue
  • B14 - Spring Green
  • B50 - Lime Green
  • G65 - Grasshopper (Light Green)
  • G116 - Lemon Zest
  • G76 - Butter (Light Yellow)
  • B38 - Deep Red
  • G97 - Sassy
  • G122 - Fuchsia
  • B57 - Medium Pink
  • B3 - White (enamel)

The Enamel Pacifier Clips, of course, match up with our I Like Big Buttons! KAM Snaps to make coordinating projects easier. If you haven't had a chance to check them out, please, see them on our website.

We also have Pacifier Clip Tutorials for your use.

ILBB website enamel clip side shot

etsy ebay enamel clip numbers

etsy ebay enamel clip colors


 


30 Days of KAM Snaps and Beyond!!! How to make Cover Button Metal Pacifier Clips with Cover Buttons, Round Faced Metal Suspender Clips and KAM Snaps September 24 2014, 0 Comments

Day #35

How to make a Cover Button Metal Pacifier Clips with Cover Buttons, Round Faced Metal Suspender Clips and KAM Snaps

Today I am making Cover Button Pacifier Clips using Round Faced Metal Pacifier Clips (Metal Suspender Clips), Size 36 Cover Buttons, and KAM Snaps, of course ;).  I have had a lot of questions in the last year about how to make these clips so I decided to take it on.  Keep in mind that although I have rough tested these I in no way recommend you leave your baby alone with these as there are small pieces and if not done properly they may come apart and become a choking hazard.  I would recommend these clips under adult supervision only.  The maker and/or parent assumes full responsibility when using these pacifier clips.

That being said I did rough test these and was unable to break them apart after they had proper time to dry and cure.  I didn't take a hammer to them :) but I did my best to undo my hard work and was not able to.

Supplies:

    Instructions:

    1.  Using our Pacifier Clip and Supply Tutorials make either Ribbon or Fabric Pacifier Clips.

    2.  Cut your fabric scrap. You will want a circle that is about twice the diameter of your button blank.  I cut out a Piece of Fabric using my Size 36 Template.

    3.  Put your fabric piece in the larger assembly tool piece (RIGHT SIDE DOWN). When you look into the tool you want to see the back of the fabric.

    4.  Place the button front (the domed piece) on top of the fabric. Leave the fabric edges hanging out.  Double check the transparent underside to see if your print is how you would like it.   Then press the cover button fabric edges down into the tool.

    5.  Add a dab of E6000 Adhesive to the middle of the cover button cap before installing the Flat Back.

    6.  Place the back cover button piece on top of your fabric and button front.

    7.  Take the smaller piece of the assembly tool and with the open side down place it on the button back.

    8.  Press down. You may hear a pop when the last bit of the button back slips into place. If you take the tool out and the button is not completely secured, just put it back in and press down again.

    9.  When you take the small assembly tool piece off, the fabric edges will be secured underneath the button back.

    10.  Remove the button from the larger assembly tool piece.  Tada!  My Cover Button is ready to be adhered to a Round Faced Metal Clip.

    11.  Here a the Cover Buttons I made in just a few minutes.  Seriously easy, fun and so cute!

    12.  Now take the E6000 Adhesive and put a medium size dab of glue on the back of the cover button about 1/2 of what would fill the back area of the back.  This glue is great to work with so don't overly worry about getting the amount right.  I was able to cleanly wipe of any excess off when I put on too much and I was also able to remove the button and add a little more when I under did it.  This glue is very forgiving.

    13.  Now place the Cover Button over the Round Faced Metal Pacifier Clips and straighten and center your button.

    14.  Press firmly and let set to dry and cure 24-72 hours as recommended by the manufacturer (E6000).

    15.  These are my finished products.  I love them and think they turned out beautifully.  Below are my examples, completed and installed on Pacifier Clips.

    16.  Tada!!!

    Disclaimer:  Keep in mind that although I have rough tested these I in no way recommend you leave your baby alone with these as there are small pieces and if not done properly they may come apart and become a choking hazard.  I would recommend these clips under adult supervision only.  The maker and/or parent assumes full responsibility when using these pacifier clips.


    30 Days of KAM Snaps and Beyond!!! How to make a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and an KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers September 05 2014, 0 Comments

    Day #33

    How to make a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and an KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers

    Today, I am making a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers using our silicone MAM rings and O-Rings.  No sewing necessary!

    Supplies for a "No Sew" Pacifier Clip with Button Style Pacifier Adapters:

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring title pic

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 1

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 2

    Instructions:

    1.  Choose a 7/8" or 3/4" or 1/2" Grosgrain Ribbon, cut a 16" to 18" length of ribbon.  I did some of each size of Grosgrain Ribbon and I cut them 16" long so when they were completed they was approximately 12" long.

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 3

    2.  The ribbon I was using was made of polyester so I used a lighter to seal the ends of the ribbon so it doesn't fray.  (If you are unsure, you may want to practice on a scrap piece if this is your first time or you are unsure of the what the material is made of.)

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 4

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 5

    3.  Then I used a bit of Fabric Tac and folded over an 2" to 1 1/2" of the ribbon back on itself to reinforce the ribbon and pressed it firmly and let it dry.  Repeat on the opposite end.

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 6

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 7

    4.  Once dry, I installed a Cap and Stud in each end of the ribbon about 1/2" from the edge.  Then I installed the Cap and Socket about 1 1/2" apart so that the center of each KAM Snap is about 1 1/2" or more apart.  Any closer and I found I had trouble getting the MAM Ring or O-Ring Adapter to sit neatly inside.  I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 9

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 8

    5.  Repeat on the other side, that will hold the Pacifier Clip.  I, then, feed the Pacifier Clip and MAM Ring Adapter onto the ribbon and snapped it into place.  It may have been easier to thread on the pacifier clip before installing any Snap parts but I was able to feed it through without much trouble.

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 10

    6.  Tada!  Now time to add the Pacifier.

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 11

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 12

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 13

    7.  Simply stretch the MAM Ring or O-Ring around the Button Style Grip on the Pacifier and it will settle behind it and hold the Pacifier securely. Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child's shirt and go.

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 14

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 15

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 16

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 17

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 18

    8.  As pictured, the O-Rings hold the same way as the MAM Rings only with a more subtle profile.

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 19

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 20

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 21

    No Sew Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 22

    9.  Tada!  Happy Snapping!!!


    30 Days of KAM Snaps and Beyond!!! How to make a Fabric Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and an KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers August 27 2014, 0 Comments

    Day #32

    Making a Fabric Pacifier Clip with KAM Snaps, MAM Ring or O-Ring and an KAM Plastic Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers

    Today, I am making a pretty Fabric Pacifier Clip for Button Style Pacifiers using our silicone MAM rings and O-Rings. Pretty functional :)!!!

    Supplies for a Fabric Pacifier Clip with Button Style Pacifier Adapters:

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring title pic

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 1

    Instructions:

    1.  Choose a piece of Fabric, cut it to the dimensions: 14" x 3 1/2", the finished product once ironed, folded and sewn will be approximately 7/8" wide x 12" long.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 2

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 3

    2.  Fold both 3 1/2" wide ends in 1/4" and iron flat.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 4

    3.  Now fold and iron the fabric in half the long way (14" length).

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 5

    4.  Then fold and iron again, bringing the outer edges to the middle "iron line" and iron along those edges. Repeat on other side.

    5.  Re-iron the seam so that the Fabric is smooth and flat, it should now be 13 1/2" long x 7/8" wide.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 6

    6.  Open the top of the Fabric strip and trim the excess internal fabric at an angle so that there is less chance of the ends peeking out when sewn together.  Repeat on the other end.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 7

    7.  Pin the Fabric strip in a couple places to keep it in place.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 8

    8.   Sew a 1/8" seam all the way around the piece making sure to back stitch at the start and finish to set the seam.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 9

    9.  Now installed a Cap and Stud about 1/2" from the edge and the mating Cap and Socket about 1 1/2" later so that the center of the two KAM Snap parts are about 1 1/2" or more apart.  Any closer and I found I had trouble getting the MAM Ring or O-Ring Adapter to sit neatly inside.   I used Size 20 snaps for this tutorial but either Size 20 or Size 16 will work great.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 10

    10.  Repeat on the other side, that will hold the Pacifier Clip.  I, then, feed the Pacifier Clip and MAM Ring Adapter onto the ribbon and snapped it into place.  It may have been easier to thread on the pacifier clip before installing any Snap parts but I was able to feed it through without much trouble.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 11

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 12

    11.  Tada!  Now time to add the Pacifier.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 13

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 14

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 15

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 16

    12.  Simply stretch the MAM Ring or O-Ring around the Button Style Grip on the Pacifier and it will settle behind it and hold the Pacifier securely. Now snap the Pacifier in place, attach to your child's shirt and go.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 17

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 18

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 19

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 20

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 22

    13.  As pictured, the MAM Rings hold the same way as the O-Rings only with a less subtle profile.

    Fabric Pacifier Clip with MAM O Ring pic 23

    14.  Tada!  Happy Snapping!!!


    O-Rings - Button Style Pacifier Adapters in 14 colors!!! August 15 2014, 0 Comments

    Have you noticed!?! We now carry O-Rings - Button Style Pacifier Adapters in 14 colors!!! Color makes me so happy !

    O-Rings are great for attaching your pacifier holders to MAM, Gerber Nuk, Razbaby, and most other button style pacifiers. These rings are made of food grade silicone and are BPA free.

    We now carry:

    Clear
    White
    Violet
    Dark Lavender
    Light Navy
    Pastel Blue
    Turquoise
    Apple Green
    Lemon Lime
    Orange
    Red
    Magenta
    Rosie Pink
    Light Pink

    If you haven't had a chance to check them out.

    O ring all colors angle

    O ring all colors circle

     


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