Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Another magnet charm

When I made my first magnet necklace while in Las Vegas a few weeks ago, I never knew I would become so obsessed with them.  They are so fun and easy to make!  They are going to make for some great gifts this year!

When I signed up for this month's Craft Lighting Challenge, I knew I was going to do another necklace, I have too many ideas to not continue to do more!


This one is just as simple as the last one I made, however, I used a few different types of supplies.

Supplies:
bottle caps
glass tiles
ridiculously strong magnets
E6000 glue


It's up to you how you decorate your glass tile.  For this necklace, I cut out a 1" circle of scrapbook paper.  I mod podged it on to the glass tile.  You can use paint or paper or anything else you would like.  Then I glued the magnet on the back with the E6000 glue. 


And then finally, I decided to cut out a small little flower from vinyl from my Silhouette.  I was really surprised that my Silhouette was able to cut this so small, I mean, it's less than an inch tall.  I was impressed!


Anyway, this craft took me longer to shop for than it did to make, I was done in about 10 minutes, which was good since that was the challenge!


5 comments:

  1. Magnets are fun......Good project......On my bike, I had to attach a magnet to a spoke so that my speedometer would work!!!.......That's magnets for U.........

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  2. Cute project with almost endless possibilities.
    Can I just ask, is the comment above me from your Dad? If it is I think that is just lovely, I don't think my Dad ever visits my blog :-(

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    1. Julia, that is my dad :) He reads and comments on almost every post I write! It's nice knowing that I have his support :)

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  3. Cute and simple - my kind of craft!

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