Today's project is something different for me - jewelry.
I started out by just playing around with my Copic markers, shrink plastic, and my Quatrefoil background stamp and wasn't really sure what was going to come of it.
I first colored the shrink plastic with various green Copic markers creating an ombre effect, then stamped the Quatrefoil background. Once I had colored and stamped it, I used my Spellbinders dies to cut out various shapes and then punched holes so I would be able to hang them as charms.
I used my heat tool to shrink the plastic, added some jump rings, and then threaded the charms onto my necklace along with a few beads and some Tim Holtz metal pieces.
I'm not big on jewelry, but I do think this is a fun way to get a little more mileage out of those crafting supplies!
Thanks for stopping by today!
Ink: Ranger (Archival - Jet Black);
Dies: Spellbinders (Wonky Square, Heart, Circle);
Accents: Tim Holtz (Sprocket, Trinket Pin, Jump Rings);
Other: (Shrink Plastic); (Beading Wire); (Glass Beads);