19 October, 2011

Indie Art...Bottle Caps & My Imagination

Good Morning Bloggers! Here is another project I submitted for publication that did not make the cut.. So I thought, eh why not share it with the blogging world.. Maybe it's not good enough to be in print, but it's perfect for me to share on my blog.. Plus I like to wear it!

Butterfly Bracelet

Created with the Cricut Imagine
Cartridges Used
Teresa Collins Black & White
Indie Art

Cut 4 circles using the Imagine Stock image at .7 flood filled with Teresa Collins Pattern from Black & White
Adhere to the inside of the bottle Caps
Using Indie Art cut the butterfly on Shadow and Layer at 1.0, using the Imagine Color the Shadow image Black and the Layer Pink
Adhere the butterfly using Glossy Accents, add Bling to the Butterfly with Hit Fix Crystals
Take a .7 inch circle and cut it into a spiral then roll it into a flower adhere with glossy accents to the next bottle cap
Flood the 3rd bottle cap with glossy accents then add your bling
the 4th bottle cap add a large button black and a smaller pink button on top.
I sprayed a sealant to help protect it for water, etc.

Wait for the Glossy Accents to dry, once it is dry use your Crop-a-dile to punch a hole in your bottle caps
attach jump rings, 2 for each bottle cap then add the closure link, voila you have a bracelet.

1 comment:

  1. I love this bracelet! You are sooo talented sweetie and I am JEALOUS! It has been so long since I have even got to touch my jewelry... Too much school work and traveling, so I live vicariously through all your crafting! :o)


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