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Patera Oval Necklace with Chain
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Patera Oval Necklace with Chain

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Handmade jewelrymade easy. You can make gorgeous handmade jewelry so easilyeven if youve never done it before! Youll start with this patera pendant from Nunn Designs; its lead-free pewter plated antique silver and comes with a dangling pearl detail.

Simply glue your favorite photo in the pendant, or layer patterned paper and transparencies. Leave it as is or accent with rub-ons and stickers. Fill the pendant with Diamond Glaze (link) and let it set overnight for your very own handmade pendant. Tip: To cut a perfect oval shape from paper, press the front of the pendant onto an inkpad, then press the inked pendant onto your paper. Wipe the metal clean, then cut out the paper. (Brilliantthanks, LeNae.) Silver pendant measures 1 1/4"x 1 and has an 18 chain

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Part number: 4001667

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Comment I watched the webisode and followed what they did; these are SO easy and make a great necklace for either yourself or a gift :D

I've used regular stamps or embossing with the new gold ink with gold embossing powder, which turned out excellent!

I love patera, especially this item because the necklace is attached........so easy!
Submitted Thursday, August 19th @ 12:08 PM

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Comment I made one of these for my Grammy for Mother's Day and she absolutely loved it and it fit her style. The clasp is easy for her to do and undo being she is in her 80s and her hands don't always work well. I really wish there were papers/overlays for the size of this necklace. That would make it so much easier to make.
Submitted Thursday, May 14th @ 08:10 AM