I gathered my materials:
- epoxy stickers in 12mm and 15mm sizes,
- silver plated charm blanks also in 12mm and 15mm,
- ModPodge, scissors, printer, laptop!
I wanted to make these necklaces with a mix of big and small trays and found the 15mm trays went well with a 24pt font size and the 12mm ones suited the 16pt size nicely.
Once printed, I just centred the stickers over the top of the individual letters - I went for a big-small-big-small pattern, but you could do this differently.
Then I cut around the letters to make reasonably tidy circles (!), and simply ModPodged them into the trays. Finally, I used jump rings to join the trays in sequence to every second link in the necklace chain, and it was all done! Really easy, it took ten minutes in all, and everyone was really pleased with their necklace!
Below I made a slightly different necklace - firstly I used printed images instead of letters, or rather, the leftover borders from some images I used on another project. I used the same stickers and same charm blanks but a different chain.
And the beauty of this one is that as the chain is smooth without links (much like ball chain or snake chain), all the charms dangle together clinking as you move, making this a lovely playful piece.
And just because I had some of the little flower print outs, I made some earrings using our new vintage copper ovals and matching 13x18mm stickers. Easy!
Have fun making!!