Field Notes Project Download

Play with mixed media to create this personalized statement piece!

SKU: EP14205

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$4.00
Details
Details

This eye-catching necklace is easily customizable in the pages chosen for the unique, notebook-like focal.

Finished Size: 18 1/2"

Required Materials:

  • 1 sterling silver–plated 6x3mm rondelle with crystal inlay
  • 16 cream 8mm swirl shell rounds
  • 1 antiqued copper 8x4mm bumpy spacer
  • 1 antiqued copper 20mm round flat tag
  • 1 antiqued copper 24mm Tree of Life charm
  • 1 antiqued copper 4mm jump ring
  • 6 antiqued copper 8mm jump rings
  • 2 nickel-plated 1⁄2" leather rivet and cap sets
  • 1 vintage-looking paper bird image
  • 5 vintage book pages or scrapbook paper with text
  • Cream cardstock paper
  • 13 1⁄2" of antiqued copper 4Å~5mm textured chain
  • 1 dark brown 2 1⁄2 x 2" piece of leather
  • 4' of copper 20-gauge wire
  • 10" of copper 18-gauge wire
  • 3 3⁄4" of copper 14-gauge wire
  • Decoupage medium
  • 2-part epoxy resin

Tools:

  • Scissors
  • Paintbrush
  • Sandpaper block
  • Brown stamp pad
  • Plastic bag
  • Plastic gloves
  • Small plastic measuring cup
  • Craft stick
  • Sponge brush
  • Leather hole punch
  • 1.8mm metal hole punch
  • Bench block
  • Leather rivet setter
  • Rawhide mallet
  • 2 pairs of chain- or flat-nose pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Round-nose pliers
  • Chasing hammer
  • Metal stamp with small tree or leaf design
  • Brass hammer

Technique: Stringing

Originally Published: Jewelry Stringing Spring 2016

Additional Info
Additional Info
SKU EP14205
Author/Speaker/Editor Sharon Borsavage
Size N/A
Number Of Pages 0
Runtime N/A
ISBN 13 N/A
Drop Ship Message N/A
Product Type Project Download
File/Trim Size N/A
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