Pendant Necklace - tutorial

Tick tock....tick tock....did you know you can make a necklace from a clock? 
ha ha! Well I did. And as the host Brooke, from the TV show Studio 5 said, I am "ticking". 

This tutorial goes to show that you can create MANY things from unepxected items! Maybe you will see some items differently now and this may spark some creativity of your own! 

Pendant from a clock
fabric marker or pencil
Diamond Glaze
E6000 - craft glue

step 1:Take your Pendant and pull out the parts so just the round part is left. Place it face down on the wrong side of the fabric. Trace and cut.

Step 2:  Apply Mod Podge to the pendant and place the fabric on top. Apply a layer over the fabric as well. Smooth out all the air bubbles and make sure all the edges are sealed down.

Step 3: Apply a generous layer of Diamond Glaze over the fabric. Let dry. If needed, apply another layer. This will create a "glass like" effect over the top.

Step 4: Attach your Bail with E6000 glue to the back. Let dry and thread a chain through to wear! 

I will be linking up HERE throughout the week!

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  1. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [15 Jun 12:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  2. How cool! I'm a new follower.

  3. What an interesting idea! Looks great!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  4. Cute! My grandma had a big grandfather clock with large pine cones as weights. Too big and heavy for this project? Yeah, you're right. I should stick to something smaller! Thanks for sharing! :)

  5. That's really pretty and so summer! Thanks for the how-to, I'll be linking.

  6. This is gorgeous! PERFECT for summer. What a brilliant idea! :) Thanks so much for linking up! Have a wonderful week!:)
    Homemaker in Heels

  7. So cute and clever! Love the paper you used.. what a great pop of color to any outfit! Thanks for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party.. can't wait to see what you share this week!