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"always with you" necklace


Susan Cobb

"always with you" necklace
By Susan Cobb


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Designer Tip: Use 2 or more sizes of bezels and hang them together for a beautiful look!

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. 1) Use the large square die to die-cut a 1 3/4" square from the Vintage Easy Peasy art. Spread glue stick over the paper to seal the color side and let dry. Glue inside the large square bezel. Add silver baby bling along the top and right edges of the paper. Squeeze a small amount of 3-D Crystal Lacquer into the bezel and tilt to reach sides and corners, covering evenly. Place flat and let dry overnight.
  2. 2) Use the medium square die to die-cut a 1 1/8" square from lavender cardstock. Spread glue stick over the cardstock to seal it and let dry. Glue inside the medium square bezel. Cut out a 1" square from flower Vintage Easy Peasy art and seal with glue stick and let dry. Add black thin line stickers at the edges of the square. Glue centered inside the medium square bezel. Lightly ink the white flower with a touch of pink pastel ink with a cosmetic sponge. Add a silver crystal centered on the flower. Squeeze Crystal Lacquer into the bezel as in step #1, place flat, and let dry overnight.
  3. 3) Ink 3 jump rings, 1 antique filigree butterfly, and 1 antique key with St?zOn® Jet Black ink. Let dry. Add 3 silver crystals to the body of the butterfly and glue or Zot it to the left side of the large square bezel. Add a crystal centered on the heart portion of the key. Add a jump ring to the top and bottom loops of the large square bezel. Add the medium square bezel to the bottom of the large bezel, connecting them with the jump ring. Place a third jump ring on the bottom of the medium square bezel and add the key to the jump ring. Thread 1/4" wide Nona's Garden pink gingham ribbon through the jump ring at the top of the large bezel for wearing.