Monday, September 20, 2010

Washer Pendant Jewelry

A few weeks ago I saw a post on Haley Dyer's blog that included an instructional tutorial on how to create some really fun necklaces using washers, scrapbook paper, Mod Podge and Liquid Glass to create a pendant. (Click HERE to view her instructional tutorial).

I decided to try something a little different than hers, and decorated both sides of my washer pendants to create two distinct necklaces out of one pendant!

Here are photos of the pendants only. The first photo is of the front side and the second photo is of the back side:

The next two photos are of the finished necklaces with cording, beads and clasps attached:

Note: The one with the letter "P" charm is for my sweet friend Phyllis, who is celebrating a birthday today! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, PHYLLIS!!!

Finally, here is a photo of the finished ends of the cording. I used sterling silver crimps, jump rings, and lobster clasps.
These were fun to make, but pretty time consuming since you've got to wait several hours for the pendants to dry between coats of Liquid Glass. All in all though, I'm pleased at how they turned out and I plan to make some more!

Thanks for looking and have a WONDERFUL day!



  1. WHOA! Those are so pretty!! You must have alot of patience! LOL!

  2. I love the washer there a trick to finishing the edges neat? do you try to over lap the edges witht he paper...also is the liguid glass a automotive item for cars? thanks.....


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