Friday, November 3, 2017

A New Twist on an Old Scarf Clip

A few years ago I introduced a scarf clip finding that you could add your polymer clay designs to.  The supplier who had those clips no longer carried them and the search was on to find more.  About a year later we managed to locate some that were similar from another wholesaler.  I was again disappointed when I returned to order more and discovered those were no longer available as well.  After a lot of searching I decided to give up and proceeded to brainstorm and work on a whole new concept instead.

I am excited to tell you about our new style of scarf "clips" that are a part of our Snap Decisions Collection -- 


Interchangeable Fashion for Your Scarf . . .
 . . . It's a Cinch!

* Easy to use!
* Adjustable
* Fits any scarf thickness
* A snap base for interchanging designs
* Style your scarf in various ways



It is easy to add even a large decorative snap to a scarf as an accent like these Holy CaBezels.



It is so easy to use.  Slide the scarf through the open loop placing the open snap base to the front.  When it is in the position you want, cinch it up to hold it in place.  Finally add your decorative snap to the snap base.





The cord is very strong yet soft and gentle on your scarf.  We have them in a variety of colors to coordinate with your scarf and several metal colors to choose from.  They are now for sale in our online store and will be available with a selection of our decorative snaps and luxurious scarves at the Kamloops Craft-A-Fair this Sunday.


3 comments:

Wendy Orlowski said...

What an ingenious idea Carolyn. Congratulations!

swanwalk said...

Do you sell the snaps so that we can make out own pieces to use with these scarf clips? Thanks.

2 Good Claymates said...

We sell snaps that are already made by us and yes we do sell a wide selection of high quality blank snaps and other items in our supply section:

https://www.2goodclaymates.com/store/c2/Snap_Supplies.html

I also have my published tutorial on how to add them to your clay creations -- the link is on the same page. A coupon code for a discount on your first snap supply order is included with the tutorial.