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November 17, 2011

Design Team: Raven Baca Week 9


eCraft Pendant

Can you believe it's Thursday already?! Today we have a cute little pendant by Raven Baca! This cute little gem, would be fun to gift or to decorate a table with! Using Pink by Design stamps she created a little holiday cheer, that would be great for all to hear! er.. see!

This is how she did it:



Supplies

eCraft

eCraftCentral.com Star

Double sided pattern paper 12” x 12” (I used Stampin Up)

Cardstock (I used wasauu white from Michael’s)

Vintage trim (I used ivory from my stash)

Sentiment and background Stamp (I used Pink By Design Peace on Earth and Sewing Backgound)

Dye ink for the sentiment stamp (I used Tim Holtz walnut stain)

1/16th hole punch for the bottom hole.

Buttons (I used a miscellaneous bag from Hobby Lobby Craft store)

Gold crochet cotton

Twine (I used red and white cola twine from Twistedsugartwine.com)

Beads and spacers ( I used gems from Stampin up Pretties kit)

Glitter Glue (I used Ranger brown stickles)

Liquid Adhesive (I used no sew from Aleens)


Instructions

With your pressure on 4 and tabs set to off cut the star with the eCraft. Using eCraftcentral.com make a slightly larger star and cut with the eCraft. Using eCraftshop pro make a triangle base. Cut cereal board and pattern paper using the same size triangle. The pattern paper was cut with a pressure setting of 4 (blade cap on, tabs off and multi cut turned off) The cereal board was cut with a pressure setting of 3 and the blade cap was off, tabs were at 3 and width was at 2)  On a piece of white cardstock stamp Sewing Backgound onto the paper using walnut stain. Hand draw a banner on the back of the stamped image and cut out. (You could also use an svg for this) Outline the sentiment image with brown stickles, lay aside to dry. Add star to pendant using dimensional adhesive. Use crochet cotton and tie a knot in the button holes leaving the knot in the back of the button. Next using liquid adhesive apply the buttons to the pendant. I like to lay them randomly. Apply vintage ribbon and twine across the top of the pendant using no sew. Next using beads and a stick pin make a dangling jewel. Punch a hole with small hole punch and insert the jump ring into the hole. Voila you are all finished. 



Beautiful work Raven! To see more of Raven's creativity visit her official blog here:
http://love4stamps.blogspot.com/


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