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Topic: Washer necklaces for friends and family! *Tutorial Added at bottom of 1st post*  (Read 345267 times)
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« Reply #70 on: December 06, 2010 01:33:18 PM »

This is completely awesome! I have the sudden urge to try this now!
Thanks for the tutorial!
« Reply #71 on: December 06, 2010 09:28:26 PM »

 Tongue  Wow! I know better than to go snooping around craftster...I always find more crafts that I have to do RIGHT NOW!  Can't wait to go to Hobby Lobby tomorrow.  Thanks for the tute.  I am hoping to make some for Christmas.  I hope my nieces like them. Oh, I think my neighbor would love this and...
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« Reply #72 on: December 06, 2010 10:53:55 PM »

Too clever!  Love 'em.  Now to make them for others and not want to keep them for myself!  Boy oh boy.. Smiley
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« Reply #73 on: December 07, 2010 04:34:52 PM »

This. Is. Genius!

one question: where do you get the glossy accents stuff?

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« Reply #74 on: December 07, 2010 07:42:26 PM »

Whoo-hoo! I finally made it to the hardware store to get some large washers. I had smaller ones, but realized that the ones that are in the tutorial are MUCH larger (perhaps I can make earrings with the small ones to make a couple of sets!). Now, if I can find what I did with my Mod Podge and Glossy Accents (or whatever I bought to use if I couldn't find it originally).

I bought 10 washers for 31 cents each! With all of the supplies, including the jewelery findings (but not counting paper and Mod Podge), I think it'll be less than $2 a gift (but probably even less! I can't remember how much the glaze stuff was).

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« Reply #75 on: December 08, 2010 06:47:05 PM »

OK..this may sound stupid....How do you attach the cord to the washer.
I love this craft
I have three girls they will loves these!
« Reply #76 on: December 10, 2010 02:01:32 PM »

SO CUTE! I actually made a washer necklace about 6 months ago, but I just looped some wire around it and put it on a nifty chain. Looks cool, but merely a silver washer. I'm definitely going to upgrade it now!

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« Reply #77 on: December 10, 2010 05:30:39 PM »

I love these and have started making some for my niece's, some friends and myself  Roll Eyes.  Could not find any "Glossy accents" so I am using a "Triple Thick" something or other.  I am also doing 2 sided ones so they will actually have 2 necklaces in one  Cheesy  It is hard to wait for them to dry.  I messed one up b/c it looked dry this morning but it had only been about 12 hr. and it was not dry  Sad  But I will just make another one.  I found some very cool paper on the clearance isle at Hobby Lobby. 

Thank you so much for the tutorial. 
« Reply #78 on: December 11, 2010 05:05:34 AM »

OK..this may sound stupid....How do you attach the cord to the washer.
I love this craft
I have three girls they will loves these!
if you get your cord and fold in half...the two ends of the cord together then push these through the hole of the washer then thread the two ends through the loop of the cord and gentley pull it then knot the to lose ends, hope you understand that lol

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« Reply #79 on: December 11, 2010 07:17:19 AM »

I just made these for my stepfather to give to the girls he works with. I used my Xyron sticker maker to stick the paper to the washers after I cut out the shape, though. (Didn't feel like busting out the Modge Podge haha) I also made them reversible and made a beaded chain for them. Smiley
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