Friday, May 3, 2013

Brazen Broads - Bottle Cap Magnets!





These bottle cap magnets are the result of me going on a little buying trip to Hobby Lobby.
 Hobby Lobby sells all the ETI products I feature on this blog and good news folks: they are going to be selling the new Envirotex Jewelry Clay!
This collection of vintage bottle caps was on sale, so I could not resist picking up a pack...even though I already have 1000 bottle caps in my stash....
The artwork is a digital download from Jewelry Foolery and appropriately titled; Retro Brazen Broads.  They did make me laugh!
I picked up a new one inch circle punch while I was shopping.  It makes these project super easy.
Jewelry Foolery already sized the images to be a perfect one inch circle.
These were among my favorite images.
I glued in and sealed my images and let them dry overnight.  Now that there is a little more humidity I need to make sure glue is 100% dry before I pour in my resin.
The last thing I did before I poured in Envirotex Jewelry Resin was to add a little glitter glue to the circle edges. I love my new bottle caps!  I added magnets to the back and they are ready to be revealed on the fridges of friends!


5 comments:

  1. The glitter glue is a good idea. I hadn't thought of that. Thanks for another great post! Mine would say, I love camping!

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  2. Enjoyed visiting your blog and seeing your cute bottle cap magnets. What kind of glue did you use to attach your images to the bottle caps?

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  3. I used the same decoupage medium to glue and seal my paper. Either Aleenes matte decoupage or mod podge works for me.

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  4. Love your blog. There's so much to learn. I'm new to resin jewelry and tried making some pendants last night. A couple of my photos have dark areas. Now I know why. Thank you.

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    1. So happy you found this blog! There really are just a few great tips that will help you to have perfect resin results.

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