Hello! I hope you are all doing well, and enjoying the spring. Here, in Minnesota we are having a blizzard! Seriously! AHHHHH, when will winter end???
But, enough of that. I am stopping by to share a very simple fun project I made for my birthday that I celebrated a few days ago. I have been making and wearing a lot of pendants lately. I just feel like they are fun, easy, and like this one, super cheap!
The supplies you’ll need for this stained glass pendant are:
A wooden heart shape (sold at Michael’s for $.30)
Tiny scraps of tissue paper
Mod Podge (regular and dimensional magic)
Jump Ring Finding and Chain
I don’t really have a tutorial for you because this is pretty straight forward. First I painted the entire heart, front and back, gold. Then I mod podged on the tiny triangles I cut out of the tissue paper, so they slightly overlapped. After that was dry I added a few coats of Mod Podge Dimensional Magic. When that was dry I grabbed a sharpie and a ruler and added the straight lines. Finally I pulled out the drill and put a small hole in the left corner so I could attach a jump ring and chain.
Oh and look! I actually got a picture of myself wearing it! My birthday (the actual day) was a Tuesday, so my husband went to work and the kids and I did our usual errands and work around the house…but I did it all wearing my new pendant, so that made it special!
I picked up two of these heart pendants at Michael’s and here are the two pendants I created. I posted the Doodle Pendant a few days ago. You can check it out here if you’d like!
I love that you stopped by!