Saturday, June 28, 2008

Jewelry Projects ...

Here are some more pictures from this month's stamp class featuring rub-ons, build-a-brad kits and, the secret ingredient, washers! Of course, the necklaces also look fabulous when using stone rounds from the bead store - but so much fun to go green by recycling hardware and other items you might have around the house.

These projects were made by Kiersten, Jenni and Kathy during class and show three different ideas for decorating a build-a-brad bracelet.

Kiersten used rub-ons on Whisper White cardstock to create her bracelet images ...



Jenni used family photos, scaled down on the computer and printed on glossy photo paper, to create her bracelet images ...



Kathy used double-sided designer paper to create her bracelet images ...



All bracelet images were punched out using a 1/2" Circle punch and the necklaces were sealed with a layer of clear embossing powder to prevent the rub-ons from coming off. To emboss, simply 'color' over the washer with a Versamarker pen, sprinkle clear embossing powder over the washer and heat.

I think there may have to be a Stampgarage Jewelry Class Part 2 in the future ...

Enjoy!

2 comments:

Breanna said...

Well done job.. I really love those custom jewelry. Keep on the good work.

Melanie S said...

These are NICE!