Do you need another harp pin? Of course you do! :) I used a leather (or leather-like) bookmark that had been a different craft flop for this, but you could experiment with different materials as well.
leather (or material of your choice)
embossing powder, embossing ink, and embossing gun (optional)
epoxy or other suitable adhesive (I think I used this...because it was convenient)
thread in appropriate color(s)
Do you have a collection of harp (or music) pins? I'd love to see a picture of your favorite in the comments or on social media (links below). And as usual, if you make this, remember to tag me and/or use #Fischarper!
Barbara Fischer runs Fischarper, LLC and loves her job as a harpist and private music educator. She enjoys blogging about various aspects of the music field on fischarper.com/blog. For more music resources, check out the Fischarper Teachers Pay Teachers Store and Making Harp Lessons Exciting For Young Children, written by Bambi Fischer (Barbara’s mom!) and revised and edited by Barbara. You can connect with Barbara all over the interwebs on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.
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