Here is one of my favorite projects from my presentation. It’s a necklace made using the Soda Pop Tops. To make these, I used a smashed Bottle Cap. You just need your Big Shot to do this. Use your platform with both tabs open, then put the bottle cap between the 2 cutting plates and run it through. You’ll have a perfectly smashed bottle cap! To punch the hole in the top, I used our 1/16″ handheld punch. It works great! Then I attached a jump ring. After that, I stamped my images and punched them out. Then, I covered it all with Crystal Effects. So easy!
I made the little necklace holder out of the white cardboard from the dsp packages and covered it with dsp. Then I cut 2 slits in the top to hold the chain.
Here’s the best part – the cute packaging!
I used the Petite Pocket die for this. It fits the necklace inside perfectly. The little card it’s on is 2″ x 4″.
Here’s another necklace I made with a monogram:
I made these for gifts to give to my downline and my fellow Advisory Board members at Leadership. I packaged them like the one above, but just in a different color scheme. (I forgot to take a picture before giving them away). I used My Digital Studio to make the monogram. It’s the Broadsheet Alphabet, but the stamps were too big. So, I used the digital stamps and shrunk them down. Then I printed them out on card stock and punched it out with the 3/4″ circle punch. The paper underneath is the First Edition Specialty dsp with a little sponging on it.
- Stamps: Collage Curios
- Ink: Midnight Muse, Raspberry Ripple
- Paper: Very Vanilla, Summer Starfruit, Raspberry Ripple, Midnight Muse, Print Poetry dsp stack
- Big Shot: Petite Pocket die, Chevron Textured Impressions Folder
- Accessories: Soda Pop Tops, Crystal Effects, Midnight Muse Stitched Satin ribbon, Rhinestone Basic Jewels