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I'm thinking about adding a bit of bling to my bouquet. I need help finding inexpensive brooches. Please help?
Ebay, craigslist, thrift stores?
I second Ebay! I have bought tons off there, usually lots that have 20-25 pieces each. You can also check out antique stores which sometimes might be a bit higher depending on the age of the pieces.
Id check thrift stores, flea markets, good will, etc
I am actualy also make a brooch bouquet and ebay is a great tool! You can get a lot of large quantities on there for a great price! Then I am going to a craft store like Michael's and getting a few personal new brooches to add!
The thrift store like goodwill etc. I found a bunch in them
If there is a Hobby Lobby near you try them.
The Hobby Lobby they just built near me doesn't carry any brooches (which is odd).
I found quite a few at Target,(on clearance at that!) and Charlotte Russe usually has them 2/$8 ( I think its $8.00, might be a little more,maybe ten)
I just got two from Kmart for $3.99 on sale, a lot of the stores are already discounting their boxed jewelery from christmas. Not all of them are christmas themed. I got a flower and a heart.
Buy some statement necklaces and take them apart?
Check the Jr stores, Claires, etc. They usually have a bogo 50% sale.
Thanks ladies. Hobby lobby doesn't sell brooches. I'm going to try the other place you guys suggested. Much appreciated
You can check out http://www.fabulousbrooch.com/
Also, I found this blog where a women gives step by step instructions on how she pulled hers together.
I plan on just using a few of the clear, diamond brooches just to add an unexpected pop to my flowers. Definitely, post pictures when you have yours done.
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