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Pink Ribbon Jewelry Charm DIY

Make your own Pink Ribbon charms for jewelry using cardstock and your Cricut machine. Yes, you read that right! Make a little jewelry charm with cardstock and a cutting machine! It's super easy and turns out beautifully. You can make all kinds of Pink Ribbon gifts with this single cutting file, perfect for creating keepsakes and gifts.

Make Pink Ribbon Jewelry with your Cricut
Make Pink Ribbon Jewelry with your Cricut

Pink Ribbon Charms

Sometimes the art I create is purely to express love and support for something close to my heart.

The pink ribbon is one of those pieces.

In my family, we hold the pink ribbon and everything it represents, very dear to our hearts. For us, it represents all kinds of cancer and the love and support for those it touches. As a family, we've walked together almost every year in honor family members, others who are special to us, those fighting, those who we've lost and those who have survived the battle. Both my sister and my son have tattoos representing their support – yep, tattoos! I walked with friends in a 60 mile Komen event in Seattle and I walked in the 40 mile Avon event here in Summit County Colorado. I've created pink ribbon art for years (my Pink Ribbon Penguins have been roaming the web since 2007-ish!), so naturally, making a project featuring a cutting file with my Cricut is the next project on my pink ribbon must do list. So today I'm sharing that project with you, I hope you love it!

Make Your Own Pink Ribbon Charms

Make your own pink ribbon charms using pink cardstock, Mod Podge and your Cricut Explore. You can put your charms on pre-made jewelry pieces or make your own. I created these simple jewelry accessories using basic findings and chains.

Materials you need:

Designs Used:

Bonus – the cutting file that I designed for this project also comes with 4 inspiring word art pieces you can use to create other BCA related projects: Hope, Love, Strength and Courage. I hope you enjoy it!

Cut tiny pink ribbons to make pink ribbon charms
Cut tiny pink ribbons to make pink ribbon charms

How to make your own Pink Ribbon charms using your Cricut machine

  1. Open up Cricut Design space to the Pink Ribbon Charm Make-it-Now project.
  2. Following cutting instructions as directed on screen. You will need 6 mini ribbons for each charm.
  3. Once the ribbon shapes are cut, remove the cut shapes and layer them with Mod Podge. Allow to dry thoroughly.
  4. Once everything dries, the charms will be pretty stiff. You can seal them with a paint sealer, or I used a pretty glitter nail polish to add a protective layer and add sparkle.
  5. Add your finished pink ribbon charms to whatever jewelry you like. I used jump ribbons to attach the ribbons to a necklace, bracelet and a pair of earrings.

Click HERE to go to this Pink Ribbon Charm Cricut Make It Now Project 

Pink Ribbon Earrings designed by Jen Goode
Pink Ribbon Earrings designed by Jen Goode
Pink Ribbon Charm you can make yourself
Pink Ribbon Charm you can make yourself

If you make the charm bigger, you can also make a pin or larger necklace pendant. Make a whole collection of pink ribbon jewelry creating different sized charms. Think hair clips, rings, even accents for your sunglasses and keychains!

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Click HERE to go to this Pink Ribbon Charm Cricut Make It Now Project 

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Get creative with more Pink Ribbons.
Here are more projects featuring Pink Ribbon Printables I've created that might inspire you.

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Make your own Pink Ribbon jewelry with your Cricut - designed by Jen Goode to support Breast Cancer Awareness - DIY BCA Jewelry
Make your own Pink Ribbon jewelry with your Cricut – designed by Jen Goode to support Breast Cancer Awareness – DIY BCA Jewelry
 

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2 thoughts on “Pink Ribbon Jewelry Charm DIY”

  1. Hello Jen, I love the Pink Ribbon but when I click on the link only the words are there. How do I get the Ribbon? Thanks for sharing and all your hard work.

    Anne

    Reply
    • Hi Anne,

      I’m so sorry you are having some trouble. Are you talking about clicking the link to access the Design Space project for this Pink Ribbon? The cutting file does include 4 words that I didn’t use in this project but are available for you to use. There is a little ribbon shape in that same file. However, are you checking out the link on an ipad/mobile device or a computer? On a non-traditional computer, sometimes you can access the Design Space project, but nothing will happen. For best viewing check it out on a traditional computer. Please do stop back by and let me know if that helped or if you are still having problems. Thank you!

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