Plastic Pendant Shrines
This Plastic Pendant Shrines is a cross between clay and glass jewelry, but made from plastic! Friendly Plastic is a fun tool to use when it comes to making your own pendants and accessories, and this colorful piece is sure to stand out when you show it off.
- Friendly Plastic
- Embossing gun
- Silicone mat
- Aleene's Original Tacky Glue
- Aleene's Paper Glaze
Cut the plastic into small strips, about 2" long. Heat a bit to warm up so it will be sticky and then add the other pieces to make a frame.
Now cut up smaller pieces and add them as accents. Keep heating the plastic to stick on new elements. If you want to add a gem, add it into softened plastic, but after it's cooled, remove the gem, add a dot of glue and set the gem. Otherwise the gem will fall out!
Print your pictures to fit the area and glue on the back facing frontwards.
Add the glaze to make them shiny! Add a bail or pin back to make into jewelry.
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