It’s another one for the dudes! If your guy needs a tie clip that’s a little more dressy than last week’s, this is the one for you. And it’s even easier than the last one. You’ll need:
- blank tie clip (from the craft store)
- Sharpie paint pens
Start by painting a base coat of black on the entire surface of the tie clip. Let it dry thoroughly and repeat the process to build up a little paint on the surface.
Using another color (I chose gold, duh), paint a pattern over the black. I did some tidy polka dots, but you could do stripes, colorblocking, or a zillion other awesome things.
Make sure you let this one dry according to the directions before you wrap or use it! Make it, give it, and love it. xoxo
9 thoughts on “make and give // diy enamel tie clip”
That looks great! Wonderful model, too. 🙂
Aww I love this as a cute little gift for my guy! And I love that textured tie!
Love it! I like the tie he’s wearing as well 🙂
This is such a sweet idea. I never know what to make for the guys on my Christmas list, and this one looks like it would be a hit with all of them… well of them who work anyway 🙂
Thanks so much for this series. Great ideas!
x Elena @ Randomly Happy
What craft store did you find these tie bars at? I’d like to try this myself!
Hi Kevin! I found them at a local craft supply store called Kit Kraft, in Studio City. But I’m sure you could find some online!
Where did you get his tie??? Did you make it??? I love!
A vintage store in SLC! I think Decades maybe? It was a good find. 🙂