You'll also need
(As with the list above, this will depend on the project you want to make:)
- Digital images and an inkjet printer
- Fine glitter
- Jewelry Findings of your choice to finish your creations
- Sharp scissors
- Pliers, wire snippers
- Paper towels
- Piece of scrap wood to protect your surface while drilling
You can use vintage images too, just scan them into your computer so you can resize them and crop to fit.
My favorite kind of photo keepsakes! Our tradition is to make these for the kids every year and enjoy looking back to see them growing up right there on the tree.
Welcome your new lovies to the world!
The name in this piece was made by bending soft sterling wire into letters. The chain is from an old necklace I recycled, so dig through your jewelry box and reinvent whatever you're not using.
Click here to learn how to make Twisted Resin Ornaments and jewelry.
First, look what Cheryl Nelson in TX made using Clear Photo Film cut using her die-cut machine, with a bit of glitter mixed into her Brilliant Resin. See more of Cheryl's work on Instagram Roux Bijoux Designs
Here's another beauty made with Resin Color Film, monograms can be stickers, rub-on transfers, or hand-painted:
Check out these ideas shared by Stephanie White, and click here for a link to her ETSY shop: