You'll also need
- Fine red glitter
- 1 faceted jewel (I found a black one)
- 8 Jumprings (I used black ones to match my chain, but you can use any color)
- 1 headpin, at least 1.5" long
- 16" Necklace chain and a clasp (I took apart an old necklace for this piece)
- 2 pairs of small pliers to attach the jumprings, chain, and headpin
- Paper towels
For this project I cast hearts in 3 of the 4 mold sizes that come in the Hearts Mold Set. I only filled the cavities about 1/4" deep so these are nice and thin and lightweight.
Demold at 12 hours and trim the tops so they lay nice and smooth against your chest. You could also Dome Up these pieces if you prefer, here is a link to that tutorial.
I drilled the 2 smallest hearts at the top and bottom, and the largest heart at the bottom point and at both sides so I could attach my chain. You'll need to use the largest drill bit that comes with the Spring Drill, to allow enough room for the jump rings.
For the bottom drop jewel, I fed a headpin up and through the hole in the bottom of the littlest heart, bent the wire back and wrapped it around the stem to secure the jewel at the right distance.