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Outback Friendship Swap Kit

Product Number: MF-06

Assorted plastic teeth and claws make this a really wild craft if you chose Australia for Thinking Day*.



Kit makes 30


SWAP* Tags are not included.

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Kit Includes:

  • Assorted Teeth and Claws
  • Red, White & Blue Pony Beads
  • Letter Beads OUTBACK
  • Cord
  • Coiless Pins


Cut the knot of the string off a tooth or claw necklace. Set aside the tooth or claw for later. Stiffen the ends of the string with white glue. Slide on one pony bead, the letters beads OUT and another pony bead. Slide to the middle. Open up a coiless pin and slide the pin through all the beads you have just strung. Slide the strung beads around the loop to the far side of the pin.

On your left hand cord slide on the letters BACK. On your right hand cord slide on the tooth or claw then run that cord through the letter beads BACK in the opposite direction. Bring that same cord up and slide it through the first row of beads. (These are the beads that are on the pin.) Both cords will now be on the right hand side. Tie in a double knot. Add a dab of glue. String three pony beads on each cord. Loop around the bottom bead and knot. Add a dab of glue. Trim.

If you are using optional SWAP* tags, write your message on the tag and slide onto the pin. Close pin.

Additional information

Weight 0.7 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
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2 reviews for "Outback Friendship Swap Kit"

  1. Rated 4 out of 5


    This item is fun and the girls enjoyed it, but it got pretty confusing for some of them…they are 9 and 10..but they mostly did manage to figure it out!

  2. Rated 2 out of 5


    These swaps are VERY difficult to make and once you get everything on the pin, you basically cannot open the pin to pin it on anything. I would absolutely not order them again and only high school level girls should even consider these. Plus, the “teeth” provided were all different–not all shark teeth.

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