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« on: June 15, 2011 11:41:12 PM »



I made these cute necklaces for myself, feels good to make things for myself for once! I used scans and printouts of comic book panels and logos. I baked clay in the same shape as the cut outs and mod podged them together.

I used a safety pin to make the holes in the clay and the paper before I put them all together then used jump rings to secure them to chains.

The Robin necklace is my FAVOURITE. I love Robin so hard. I used his logo and it's pretty big, sits real nice on my chest [between my batman tattoos har har]

This is what it looks like when being worn!



Yeh that's my messy craft area behind me. I've taken over the dining table and my husband is unimpressed. Whatever, it's too cold in the studio!





I used a square panel of the Flash for this one. I love him so much, my first ever superhero crush! [that Nerd necklace was made by my friend Dom Zombee]

So addicting, and this mod podge stuff is wonderful! I'd never used it before but I am so so in love with it!

I made some more for my blog's Star Wars themed month but that's not until August so you're not allowed to see yet Cheesy [hint: expect an influx of Star Wars themed crafts in August from me! lol]

Okay here's two of them, I couldn't hold out on you guys!


The Empire!


My one true love Darth Vader [okay so I have a lot of one true loves] and a Stormtrooper.

Um. Sorry for all the webcam photos :/ lol apparently I get lazy! I wrote a tutorial for these necklaces on my blog, so you can check that out if you like! I read the rules because I always seem to get stuck in Limbo for something, and I'm pretty sure I can link to the tutorial post on my blog? That link goes straight to the post so yeh. Whatever.
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kcartwright856
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2011 11:55:15 PM »

Cool! I love the size of the first and I adore the Vader/Trooper one! Great job!
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Helena Puck
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2011 08:58:48 AM »

They look great. I love how big they are too. I added the Robin Logo to my wist list.
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« Reply #3 on: July 06, 2011 08:35:09 AM »

Love your necklaces! I've been thinking about using Mod Podge myself, and i'd love to know what kind you use/would recommend. Smiley
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