Pin it in place with a large safety pin at your hip or under your arm.
Brooches are found in great numbers, both those derived from the primitive safety-pin ("Peschiera" type) and the "spectacle" or "Hallstatt" type found all down the Balkans and in Greece.
The best way to do this is by hooking a safety pin at one end of the material and pulling that safety pin through the middle of the opening.
Hot glue a large safety pin or diaper pin to the back of a baby rattle.
If one of your straps breaks or you have a tear you can quickly take care of the problem with a safety pin.
Sometimes a safety pin or two is required to make sure everything stays in place and looks good.
You could easily replace that with a tiara or an orange beret (adding a stem will be easy--rolled-up felt and a safety pin are all it takes).
Any strap can be turned into a key holder and attached with a safety pin or sewn into your purse.
Attach a safety pin to the end of the buttonhole elastic and weave it through the inside of the waistband, around the back until it comes out the other side.
If you don't have a clipboard handy, you can use a safety pin or a piece of masking tape to secure the thread to any stationary surface.
Secure the pallu with a small safety pin to prevent it from slipping.
Use a baby safety pin to make sure it doesn't come undone.
Although it's not absolutely necessary, it also helps to have a large safety pin with which to anchor your bracelet to a sofa or other steady base.
Pin this knot to the arm of your sofa or a large pillow on your lap with a safety pin.
Use a safety pin to thread the elastic through the waistband casing.
Again, the best way to do this is with a safety pin.
You can also fold the top corner of the handkerchief around the necklace and then secure it with a safety pin on the inside.
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