Of course, as is always the case, I didn't have all the supplies, but with some scrounging around, we had enough items to improvise and come up with our own version.
Here is what you'll need: sewing pins with colorful heads, green yarn, a thimble, wire cutters, a glue gun, ribbon of your choice, and a jump ring. (neither of the last two made it in the picture...sorry)
Start by carefully snipping the ends of the pins with your wire cutters to make them shorter in the thimble. Point the tip of the pin down, as you don't want any sharp little projectiles flying through your kitchen landing goodness knows where. You'll have to trust me on this. Truthfully, my wire cutters weren't working well after my second pin, so I ended up using pliers to bend the ends of the pins.
Fill the thimble 1/4 full with hot glue and start placing your pins in the glue. Keep in mind the thimble will be very hot from the hot glue.
We almost stopped here because it was just so cute. My little helper thought it would make a lovely flower pot for her Polly Pockets or Lego people. But, in the end, we decided to make it into a necklace.