Thursday, May 16, 2013

DIY Neon and Gold Rose Necklace with Mod Melts

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 I am so smitten with hot pink right now!  It is just like me in the 80's only now I have red hair a few more pounds.  I was a bleach blond back in 88 and neon pink was my go to color!  This design is quick to piece together (I promise)!  It is a little more advanced than the Podgeable charms and you will need a hand-drill.  We heart the Fiskars drill...no cord and super easy to use!

Mod Melts are Launching in Michaels - June 2013
Podgeables are available at every Michaels!

What you need:
3 Podgeables (1 large circle and 2 ovals)
Hand Drill
Gem-Tac Glue
Rhinestones
Mod Melt Rose Mold
Mod Melt Sticks - Milk Glass
FolkArt Neon Pink Paint
FolkArt Gold Paint
E6000 Glue
Jumprings
Pearl Chain
Clasps
Jewelry Tools 


1. Drill side holes into the Podgeable shapes. (Use the picture for reference)

2. Use Gem-Tac to glue small gems around the edge of the Podgeable.

3. Make 3 Rose Mod Melts (1 large and 2 Small) See Video.....

Video: Mod Melt 101



4. Paint the Mod Melts with the Neon and Gold paints.

5. Glue to the center of the Podgeables with E600 glue.

6. Use jumprings to attach the Podgeable shapes together.

7. Attach a pearl chain and clasp with jumprings.




3 comments:

  1. I am really excited about these mod melts and the different things I can use them in! I especially like ur darling necklace!

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  2. I have been waiting so long for these to come to my local Michaels store. I thought they were coming in May now I have to wait until June. I do not know if I can stand waiting that long. I am counting down the days.

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  3. I can't wait to play with the mod melts -- especially with all the different finishes that you've shown using different paints and inks! What a fabulous addition to the Mod Podge line!

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Cathie

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