Mod Podgeable Necklace and Matching Ring Tutorial
I attended the Craft & Hobby Association Trade Show in January this year and I was invited to the FaveCrafts networking event with some of the industry’s best craft bloggers. We were given several products from sponsors and were challenged to make a unique project. This Mod Podgeable Necklace and Matching Ring was my entry to the challenge! As a result, FaveCrafts published an awesome eBook of all the crafts and tutorials. It is now available for you for free! See more details below. First, the tutorial!
- Mod Podge – Matte
- Plaid Podgeable Papers
- Plaid Podgeable Shapes
- Mod Podge Dimensional Magic
- Plaid Foam Brush
- Turbo Tacky Glue
- Elmer’s Pro Bond Advanced
- Circle punches
Here are some of the products I used.
Instructions for the Necklace:
Step One: Cut out desired shapes and embellishments using circle punches.
Step Two: Apply Mod Podge to desired Podgeable Shapes.
Step Three: Apply Mod Podge to the back of embellishment and adhere it to the Podgeable Shape, smoothing out any air bubbles.
Step Four: Add any additional embellishments to the top of your Podgeble Shapes.
Step Five: Once the Mod Podge is dry, add Mod Podge Dimensional Magic to the pendant. Let dry for three hours.
Step Six: Add a jewelry ring charm, and attach ring to necklace or chain using pliers.
Step Seven: Weave chain necklace with ribbon. Seal each end with Turbo Tacky Glue.
Instructions for the Ring:
Step One: Repeat steps 1-5 as listed above.
Step Two: Attach charm to the ring base using Pro Bond Advanced.
Here are some AFTER photos.
Download the E Book here:
In this eBook, you’ll find amazing projects for jewelry crafts, chalkboard crafts, floral crafts, home décor crafts, and kid crafts. The bloggers that participated in this contest and I received their materials from several well-loved companies, including Coats and Clark, Fiskars, iLovetoCreate.com, Jimmy Beans Wool, Krylon, Leisure Arts, Plaid, Scupley, Shurtech Brands, Elmer’s Glue, Darice, Simplicity Creative Group, RIT Dyes, Sizzix, and Lion Brand Yarn! Enjoy!
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