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Patera Jewelry


LeNae Gerig



Susan Cobb

Get all the major supplies needed to make these projects with the Patera Jewelry Set bundle or you can order them separately.

Key chain
By LeNae Gerig


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LeNae's Tip: For a different look, mix a square background paper with a round overlay.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Cut out a round image and square overlay from the book. Apply a thin layer of Tacky Glue to both the paper and overlay to prevent the ink from bleeding.
  2. Layer the images and glue inside the pendant. Seal with Diamond Glaze and let it dry.

Bracelet
By LeNae Gerig


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LeNae's Tip: How cute! What a great way to always have a sample of how they write, frozen in time.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Punch the photos into circles and decorate with heart stickers by placing near the face or in the hand of the subject. Punch a scrap of white photo paper and have your child write their name using a permanent pen. Decorate with hearts.
  2. Using a glue stick, glue the photos into the bracelet facing the same direction (note how it will be worn on wrist). Cover with glaze and let it dry.

Dragonfly ring
By Susan Cobb


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Susan's Tip: I placed a small piece of tracing paper over the top of the ring, then used the side of my pencil to create an "etching" of the oval shape. I turned the tracing paper over onto my light blue paper and traced around the penciled shape, then cut it out, cutting just inside the line. This results in the perfect size oval for the ring.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Cut out the oval, spread a thin layer of the Tacky Glue over the oval to prevent it from bleeding and let it dry. Glue the oval inside the ring.
  2. Attach a tiny silver dragonfly Dazzle over the center. Add a lavender crystal to center of the dragonfly Dazzle. Add Diamond Glaze and let it dry.

Pink embossed metal earrings
By Susan Cobb


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Susan's Tip: These are super quick to make! You can use any color of metal you like, and add crystals instead of pearls to the center if you prefer.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Punch a 3/4" circle from a piece of tracing paper to use as a pattern, or place a small piece of tracing paper over the top of one earring and use the side of your pencil tip to create an etching of the circle shape. Cut out the circle just inside your pencil line.
  2. Cut a piece of pink metal, about 1 1/4" square. Place the metal with the pink side up over the center of the scrolls skinny mold and use the paper stump to create the initial impression. Refine the embossed pattern with the refining ends of the tools. Sand lightly with the sanding block.
  3. Place your pattern over the embossed metal, trace around the outside edges and cut out the metal shape. Or hold the pattern in place over the metal, while you cut out the shape around it. Repeat for the second earring.
  4. Attach a piece of adhesive inside each earring, then place metal circle inside each. Add a pearl sticker to the center of each. Add a small amount of Diamond Glaze to each and let dry.