lunes, 13 de febrero de 2012

Colgantes con arandelas

Últimamente he visto en Internet muchos colgantes hechos con arandelas así que me he animado y he hecho estos tres, dos colgantes y una pulsera. La verdad es que se hacen en un momento y quedan muy chulos. Más de una persona me ha preguntado donde los había comprado. Me encantan!

La forma de hacerlos es muy sencilla, aquí os dejo el paso a paso.

Arandelas metálicas.
Papel de scrapbook
Glossy Accent o algún pegamento tridimensional.
Cinta de cuero, cadena, hilo de bordar..

1. Dibuja el contorno de tu arandela sobre el papel que te guste y recórtalo. (lima un poco los bordes si no eres muy buena cortando como me pasa a mí)
2. Pon un poco de Glossy Accent y pega el papel sobre la arandela.
3. Pon una  capa de Glossy Accent sobre el papel para conseguir ese efecto como cerámico. Deja que se seque sobre una superficie plana durante un par de horas.
4. Pasa tu cinta, cuero o lo que te apetezca por el agujero y voilà, ya tienes tu colgante!. Yo he añadido unas cuentas que tenía de un collar viejo en el caso de la pulsera, y en el colgante de florecitas unas piezas metálicas que había quitado de un pantalón. Y lo mejor, coste 0!

Lately I've seen on the Internet many washers pendants, so I've tried to make some myself and here they are, two pendants and one bracelet. They take very little time to make and they turn out great. I've been asked where I had bought them. I love them!
The how to is very simple.

Here are the supplies you'll need:
Scrapbook paper
Glossy Accent or any dimensional glue
Leather cord, chain, embroidery floss... 

1. Draw the silhouette of the washer on your paper and trim it. (sand the edges a bit if you're as bad as I am when it comes to trimming)
2. Put Glossy Accent on the washer and glue the paper on.
3. Add Glossy Accent on the paper to get the ceramic look. Let it on a flat surface for a couple of hours to dry.
4. Insert your cord, floss, chain and voilà! you've made a pendant! I added some beads to the bracelet and two metallic pieces to one of the pendants. And the best part, 0 cost!






15 comentarios:

  1. Oh, I totally love the idea. They seem easy to make and so beautiful at the same time!

  2. These are really cool! I love jewelry like this!

  3. Stopping by from the Linky Follower Party Hop!

  4. These are awesome! I want to make some!

  5. Found you via the Linky hop and have become your newest linky follower. Hope you have a chance to visit and perhaps follow me back.

  6. Those are really pretty. I want to make one for my wrist.

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  7. So glad I found your lovely blog. I'm following you with the new Linky tool, straight from the Linky blog hop. I look forward to getting to know you better, Lori

  8. Oh the bracelets have come out so cute and unique! love it!

  9. This is really so cool! I've used Diamond Glaze in the past but will have to try your method. Interesting!

  10. These look great! What an amazing idea, thanx for sharing!!!!
    lots of love,

  11. Is, this is so super cute...I love it. Very Creative! Thank you bunches for linking up with up last week for Mop It Up Mondays at i should be mopping the floor! Hope you can join us again tomorrow! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

  12. These are super cute!! I really like the bracelets. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Link It Up Thursday.

  13. Oh my goodness...SUPER CUTE! Thanks for sharing at Overflowing with Creativity! I can't wait to see what you link up at my party tomorrow! I LOVE following're so inspiring! Just a little reminder, my giveaway for 1000 free FULL color business cards ends at midnight!! Stop by and enter to wiN!

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  14. Brilliant idea, thanks for sharing Is, glad you visited and good luck on the candy!
    Tammy Louise


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