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A life filled with good luck and prosperity will be yours with the help of this Lucky Charm Necklace from I Love to Create.  Show off your Irish pride with this easy to make pendant that's fun to wear any time.  It also makes a great gift for your favorite Irish Lassie.  If you're feeling really lucky, you could try making matching earrings or a bracelet to complete the set.  This pendant would also make a lovely pin to wear on your coat or sweater.


  • Aleene's® Paper Glaze
  • Aleene's® Original Tacky Glue®
  • 1 300-pack Tulip® Glam-It-Up!™ Iron-On Crystals™ in Green
  • Earring hook
  • Needle-nose pliers
  • Shamrock image (from Internet or desired source)
  • Jump ring
  • Scissors
  • Chain with closure
  • Cardstock – white



  1. Cut two 1” wide circles from cardstock.
  2. Print shamrock image from the web to fit inside 1” circle.
  3. Glue earring hook between the two circles of cardstock with Original Tacky Glue, exposing only the ring of the earring for joining to the chain when completed.
  4. Cut out shamrock and glue to one side of cardstock circle piece. Let dry.
  5. Turn charm over to backside and glue crystals over the entire circle. Let dry.
  6. Turn charm over to front and glue crystals around the outside edge, circling the shamrock. Let dry.
  7. Squeeze a thin layer of Paper Glaze over the shamrock, carefully covering to the edge of crystals. Let dry.
  8. Use needle-nose pliers to attach finished charm to chain with jump ring to complete.

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What a great necklace! Has anyone tried making this? We'd love to see pictures on our Facebook wall!


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