A thin nail, usually small, with a slight projection at the top on one side instead of a head; also, a small wire nail, with a flat circular head; sometimes, a small, tapering, square-bodied finishing nail, with a countersunk head.
Two-pronged fastener featuring a round or decorative top. Prongs are inserted through the surface and opened butterfly-style.
A small nail used in joining frames and, sometimes, in securing the backing board into the frame.
fasten with brads
a thin tapered nail that has a small barrel-shaped head at one end
a very thin finishing nail with a very
A type of finishing nail or pin of light gauge. The head is small so that it may be punched below the surface neatly.
Used for "finishing" moldings, etch, these nails with a small diameter head and shank of no longer than 1 1/2", are also used in making picture frames.
An embellishment/accent that is usually metal. The top often looks like a small nail head, but can be a variety of shapes and colours. The bendable metal prongs attached to the bottom of a brad are pushed through holes in paper (or other material) and then bent outwards to secure the brad in place.
A small finishing nail up to 1" long.
Attachment tool used for attaching paper, ribbon, embellishments or anything else you can think of to your page! Or use just for decoration. Just punch a hole anywhere in your page with your Instant Setter, insert your brad, and attach.
A small nail with a small head, usually used to fasten small trim and moldings.
Fasteners used to hold paper together. They come in all colors, shapes and sizes. An ideal way to fasten vellum paper to your layout without using an adhesive that would show through.