Crafty Necklaces

I have a bunch of random stuff around the house that I decided would be cool necklaces. I made a trip to Hobby Lobby to see what materials were to be had to make my dreams come true.

I found these necklace crimper things that are supposed to be used on the ends of a necklace to finish it. They are like three sided squares (meaning squares, but with one side missing).

I used my needle nose pliers to flatten them out.

I then used my silicon glue to glue them onto some cool stuff.

The last one is a magnet. My favorite is the sea horse. I’ve started looking at all kinds of things around the house as possible necklaces. I have to restrain myself on the size, or else I’m going to end up looking like Flavor Flav

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October 2, 2010. Tags: , , , , , . Arts and Crafts.

4 Comments

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