Easy Handmade Jewelry: Using Scrapbook Paper

15 Jul

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Check out this great Tutorial

by Designer Jennifer EvansPure Pendant

Supplies –

Textured Cardstock: Momenta Pure PA-1036; Jewelry Blank: Amate Studios; Resin: Magic-Glos by Lisa Pavelka; Other: 9 Volt UV Lamp, modge podge, E-6000 Adhesive, & rhinestones

Instructions –

Trace your pendant on the textured cardstock and cut out the circle carefully.

Place the paper inside the pendant making sure it fits.

Remove the paper and place it on wax paper or a non-stick craft sheet.

Brush modge podge on the back and front of the paper.

(To speed up the process, use your heat gun only if you are using a non-stick craft sheet).

Brush some modge podge on the inside of the pendant.

Place the paper inside and then add two coats of modge podge on the top (drying completely between coats).

Fill the pendant using the Magic-Glos according to the manufactures’ instructions.

Place in the 9 Volt UV Lamp for about five minutes. Remove.

Then using E-6000 Adhesive with a toothpick, place the glue in small amounts around the edge of the pendant.

Place rhinestones carefully on the glue with tweezers.

Let it dry overnight before wearing.

Pure Ring By Jennifer Evans

Supplies –

Textured Cardstock: Momenta Pure PA-1036; Jewelry Blank: Amate Studios; Resin: Magic-Glos by Lisa Pavelka; Other: 9 Volt UV Lamp, modge podge, E-6000 Adhesive, & rhinestones

Instructions –

Trace your ring on the textured cardstock and cut out the oval carefully.

Place the paper inside the ring making sure it fits.

Remove the paper and place it on wax paper or a non-stick craft sheet.

Brush modge podge on the back and front of the paper.

(To speed up the process, use your heat gun only if you are using a non-stick craft sheet).

Brush some modge podge on the inside of the ring.

Place the paper inside and then add two coats of modge podge on the top (drying completely between coats).

Fill the pendant using the Magic-Glos according to the manufactures’ instructions.

Place in the 9 Volt UV Lamp for about five minutes.Remove.

Then using E-6000 Adhesive with a toothpick, place the glue in small amounts around the edge of the ring.

Place rhinestones carefully on the glue with tweezers.

Let it dry overnight before wearing.

Thanks Jennifer for sharing,

I’m off to start making one right now.

Bree


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5 Responses to “Easy Handmade Jewelry: Using Scrapbook Paper”

  1. Diane July 15, 2010 at 2:11 pm #

    Looks lovely, thanks for sharing the how to. ~Diane

  2. Sherri Thompson July 15, 2010 at 3:24 pm #

    Oh, Jenifer, I am so glad you did this tutorial! I love that pendant and can’t wait to make one for myself. That would make a beautiful gift, too!

  3. Debbie July 16, 2010 at 12:46 pm #

    Gorgeous, I’ll have to try this!

  4. Jennifer Evans July 16, 2010 at 6:10 pm #

    Thanks for the feature and sweet comments! 😉

  5. Kelly C July 20, 2010 at 4:31 am #

    this jewelry is wonderful!!

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