DSCN2906Hi Everyone! Day 2 of our Sale-a-bration Blog Hop 🙂 Just to mix it up a little, instead of a card, here's a Soda Pop Top wine glass charm you can make! Really you can use these charms for anything, jewelry, etc… AND I've created a Soda Pop Top charm project bundle to earn a FREE SAB item!

DSCN2909

Charm Bundle!

Soda Pop Tops (make 8 large charms, 8 small embellishments) 129388    $3.95
Collage Curios Stamp set    129102 clear mount                        $15.95 or
                                        129099 wood mount                        $20.95
1/16" Handheld Punch         101227                                           $8.95
1" Circle Punch                  119868                                          $12.95
1/2" Circle Punch            119869                                            $5.95
Chrystal Effects               101055                                              $6.25

= $54.00 with clear mount (before tax & s/h)
$59.00 with wood mount  (before tax & s/h)

Get a FREE Sale-a-bration item! Sycamore Street Designer Paper 127540  ($10.95 value) used in the samples!

 

Click here to see how to flatten Soda Pop Tops! scroll down the post a little to see the video.

How to make: – same for both sizes.
DSCN2894

Stamp images and punch out using the 1" circle punch for large pop tops or 1/2" circle punch for small pop tops. To seal in the waterbase ink, rub image in VersaMark to cover. Sprinkle Clear Emboss powder over and heat emboss with Heat Tool…or
Punch circles using designers series paper.
DSCN2899

Apply a small amount of Chrystal Effects to the pop top. (acts as adhesive) Place image over top. I added either a Rhinestone or Pearl Basic Jewel to the image. Apply Chrystal Effects over top. It will appear creamy but will dry clear. Leave dry about an hour. I typically allow to dry overnight.

 

 Here are a few more pictures of the progress!

  • DSCN2901
  • DSCN2902
  • DSCN2903
  • DSCN2904
DSCN2904

 With 1/16th handheld punch, punch hole towards top of the large soda pop tops. The small ones were too small to punch after the Chrystal Effects was applied….look for them as embellishments on a future post!

If you have jewelry supplies – you could insert a circle ring thingy. I used White Baker's Twine to tie around the coordinating ribbons!

Being Fab! Inspriations for living a fabulous life. I first  heard this quote in a movie then learned it's a wonderful old saying: "The oxen is slow, but the earth is patient." In today's instant gradification lifestyle, I think we sometimes forget to be patient. Persistant and patience can yeild great results!

Let's start Hopping! Up next is Bridgett! Click here to go to Bridgett's site.

 
SAB next

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here's the entire blog hopper list!

Where might have arrived from Dawn Griffith   http://www.dawnsstampingthoughts.net

You are here! Dee Slater   http://createwithdee.typepad.com          

Up Next! Bridgett Owens http://stampingwithbridgett.blogspot.com

Jennifer Kay   http://txjennywren.blogspot.com

De Williamson    http://theplainsstamper.blogspot.com

Tamera Gadberry   http://papercraftingstamper.blogspot.com

Cely Havens   http://hawaiipaperparty.blogspot.com

Jan Mougel   http://bearycreativecrafts.blogspot.com/

 

 

Order Online