Make every day exceptional with jewelry blanks for making custom lanyard clips, suspender clips, purse clips, badges, and a whole lot more: These practical jewelry findings have a bevy of applications that will add an artful touch to daily life and special events. Large Auto-Close Clip findings are great for purse clips, "junque" clips and jewelry created with large chain. In addition to findings for making everyday objects, you'll also find shoe clips, bow tie clips, lariat findings sweater guards, and additional metal jewelry blanks that are perfect for weddings, proms, gala events, and costuming. Make personalized key rings, bag clips, window hangings and more, with swivel connectors and swivel clips from Rings & Things! Swivel clasps are nice for your finest-quality designs, because they make it easier to put on and take off bracelets and necklaces.
Sweater guards (also called sweater clips) are a fun, retro way to ensure an open cardigan stays on when worn. You may remember seeing them on Emma Pillsbury in Glee! Our gluable sweater guard backs make it easy to create beautiful, fashionable sweater clips. Use one pair of clip blanks for each finished sweater guard, and attach a short amount of chain (or strung beads) to the hole in each clip. Glue focals, if desired, onto the flat surface.
Shoe Clip findings from Rings & Things, made in France, are perfect for creating custom wedding accessories, or adding custom color and sparkle to everyday shoes.
Bead or wire-wrap your design directly to the top, or stitch a beaded design onto a stiff backing, then glue or sew the backing onto the top.
Pearl beads and color-coordinated crystals are especially popular for bridal designs.
Once they are decorated, use these shoe clips like a clip-on earring: Just clip them onto the top/front of a slip-on shoe.
Holes in the top provide a good gluing surface, and 2 small teeth help grip the inside of the shoe without marring the surface. Get them while you can! The French company that manufactered these shoe clip findings has closed, and we have not yet found a suitable replacmement.