I used some ribbon and cord I had in my craft supplies instead of a chain for a couple of them. I just used ribbon clamps, cord crimps and jump rings to achieve a more professional look (I was just going to tie them at first - ha ha). I found that on YouTube too.
To make the hair pins, I took the end of the hair pin and dug a little clay out so that my pin would fit in there and lay right. I used e6000 glue - I hope it holds (sorry, it is not a very good pic.).
The green love necklace, I just used a couple of rubber stamps and rubbed some green paint in it (that technique, I have to practice).
What do you think? I like of like them. I am not a jewelry person, so, it is really hard for me to come up with ideas.
This is what I started with. They are Pearl, White, and Ballerina Pink.
Before you roll it out, you need to condition it. To do that, you just work/squeeze it in your hands until it is soft. Then I rolled it out sandwiched between a piece of wax paper. That just kept the surface smooth.
I used the smallest heart cookie cutter I had.
Cut it out like a cookie and I used this to make the hole in the top for a jump ring.
I looked on YouTube and found a tutorial for the roses. That was it, and, I was so surprised how easy it was. Oh, after getting them ready, I baked them in a 275 degree oven for about 15 min.
The tough part was adding the jump rings and figuring out which chain to use.