Lucky clover pendant necklace

Lucky clover pendant necklace project shown.Hello again, Crafters!

As many of you know, St. Patrick’s Day is coming up soon! So I found a lovely craft project that is easy and cheap to make, and will liven up your holiday spirit.

Rook No. 17 shows you how to make a lucky clover pendant necklace in hardly no time at all.

What you will need:

  • One 1″ circle bezel pendant tray
  • One 1″ clear glass cabochon
  • One chain
  • Luck or lucky dictionary page (they provide free printables for you!)
  • Cardstock
  • Pressed 4-leaf clover
  • Mod Podge Dimensional Magic
  • Small paintbrush

I love this craft idea and cannot wait to make it!

So if you want to get into some classy St. Patrick’s Day cheer, I definitely recommend this project!

Happy Crafting!


DIY pop can tab bracelet

Pop Can Tabs for Bracelet

I was at a craft store over the weekend, and I saw a woman with a purse made out of pop can tabs.

I thought the idea was interesting, so I went on YouTube to find some tutorials on pop can tab projects.

I did not necessarily want to make a purse out of pop can tabs, but I found a video posted by chenii95 that demonstrates how to make a bracelet.

You will need:

  • about 25 pop can tabs (give or take a few for your wrist size)
  • approximately 3 feet of elastic jewelery cording
  • scissors
  • ribbon or beading if desired

I just thought this was a cool project idea that was creative and recycles pop can tabs.

Happy Crafting!

DIY custom image jewelry

Custom Image Jewelry

Creating custom image jewelry has become an easier process with all the options you can find at craft stores now.

My question is, where were all these bezels when I wanted them years ago?

Dream {a Little} BIGGER has posted steps to creating these unique, custom made jewelry items.

They suggest using a glass cabochon (which will magnify the image and supply some dimension to the picture) with a matching-sized bezel.

I am apparently cheap, because I recommend using Mod Podge Dimensional Magic to cover the front of the image.

This will seal in your image, and give it some dimension as well.

Happy Crafting!

Plastic Water Bottle Earrings

Have extra water bottles hanging around the house?  Here is a great idea found on P.S.- I made this… to reuse those bottles and turn them into fun, unique earrings.

Materials you will need:Water Bottles

  • Water Bottle
  • Pearl Beads
  • Earring Wire
  • Jewelry Wire
  • Lighter
  • Needle
  • Scissors
  • Swiss Army Knife

The directions are clear and simple to follow.  And in no time, you can have your newly crafted earrings made.

Melting the plastic from the water bottles can also lead to other project ideas.  So feel free to get creative and Craft Away!