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Gold Medal Badges

Do you have a favorite event in the winter olympics? A bunch of my friends are big ice dance fans, so I thought it would be fun to invite them over to watch the event all together. Olympian or not, make these gold medal badges to celebrate the olympics this winter!

Gold Medal Badges | Oh Happy Day!
Gold Medal Badges | Oh Happy Day!Gold Medal Badges | Oh Happy Day!Gold Medal Badges | Oh Happy Day!

Materials: Safety pins, gold ribbon, round gold stickers, gold wrapped peanut butter cups, scissors, hot glue gun

Step 1: Peel off two golden stickers and attach them together.
Step 2: Hot glue the peanut butter cup to the golden circle.
Step 3: Cut 8″ lengths of golden ribbon.
Step 4: Fold the ribbon in half and hot glue one half of the ribbon to the back of the circle. Put a dab of hot glue onto the back and fold the ribbon over onto itself.
Step 5: Slide a safety pin onto the top ribbon. Hot glue the bottom half of the ribbon to keep the safety pin in place.

Gold Medal Badges | Oh Happy Day!Gold Medal Badges | Oh Happy Day!


    January 14, 2014

    really cute this DIY!! I love it!!


  2. maggie

    January 14, 2014

    Thanks for reminding me that the Olympics are coming up! Cute post.

  3. kate

    January 14, 2014

    Super cute! I like that I get to eat all the rest of the pb cups too. 😉

  4. Julie K.

    January 16, 2014

    This is such a fun way to use chocolate bonbons ( I guess Ferrero Rocher)!
    And it’s also a cute reminder that Winter Olympics 2014 are coming.

  5. Paulette Leto

    January 22, 2014

    I love, love, LOVE peanut butter cups, so I like this idea even though I usually don’t get too into the Olympics. This seems like a cool thing to give to kids too! Though I wouldn’t be comfortable with younger children handling the hot glue gun, so I wouldn’t have them make the medals themselves.

  6. Jaisy

    January 27, 2014

    I love it

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