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En el tutorial de hoy os propongo reutilizar los tapetes de la abuela para crear un collar DIY deluxe de inspiración geométrica. Today's tutorial is about to reuse grandma's doilies to create a geometric-inspired deluxe DIY necklace Materiales / Supplies Un tapete pequeño redondo, pintura textil dorada, pincel, plancha, cuero (he utilizado los restos del bajo de una falda de uno de mis talleres "CUSTOMIZA SIN COSER "), tijeras, pegamento textil, alicates, cadena, cierre, anillas y terminales. Small round doily, gold textile paint, brush, iron, leather (I've use some skirt remains from my " NO SEWING CUSTOMIZATION" workshops ), scissors, textile glue, pliers, chain, clasp, jump rings and necklace fittings.
Yes I am obsessed with polymer clay. Its such a fun material to work with because if you mess up... you just mash it all up and start again. Today's DIY is a spin off of this project that I did a little while back. Knead the clay with your hands to soften it up. Using the palm of your hand roll out three long tubes.
<img alt="pendant01.jpg" src="http://makezineblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/pendant01.jpg?w=629&h=419" width="629" height="419" class="mt-image-none" style="" /> <img alt="Pendant02.jpg" src="http://makezineblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/pendant02.jpg?w=629&h=419" width="629" height="419" class="mt-image-none" style="" /> Here’s a fun 1980s-style triangle pendant from Delighted Momma that looks simple to do (I’m looking for simple after the mad rush and excitement of the holiday season). With different colors of polymer clay, cotton cord, and a handful of household items you can whip up this retro accessory in about an hour.
I first spotted these unique beads on Etsy. I alllllmost purchased a necklace and a pair of earrings that were handcrafted with polymer clay..but $35 + $7 for shipping....seemed a little steep. So I bookmarked the page (along with a hundred others) and forgot all about it. I recently discovered a new amazing blog called Hurmur . I am a little obsessed with all her amazing creations and jewelry inspiration.
I was recently browsing around on Etsy and I spotted this beautiful necklace. I was instantly inspired and since it was made out of polymer clay I knew I wanted to recreate it myself. Here is how I did it... What you will need: 2 polymer clay colors Waxed cotton cord A metal bead making tool. You can find this at Michaels or Hobby Lobby.
My supplies of buttons just doesn't seem to get any smaller. After making the B ow button shirt , I still had loads left. And because I've seen some button ring DIY's on Pinterest and Craftgawker, I felt like making my own button rings! Here's how: 1.
Sometimes I see so many cute buttons but don’t always have a use for them. So why not make them into earrings? Here is probably the easiest tutorial I have ever presented to you. You’ll want to make several of these! You’ll need a pair of buttons with shanks and two earrings.