Saturday, April 22, 2017

Create a Necklace Using Nail Polish

Hello everyone!!  Kymona here from Kreative Kymona to show you how to create a necklace using nail polish.

OMG, when my daughter and I was at the Scrapbook Expo last year, Craft Fantastic demo how to add nail polish to the glass and create a necklace.

Take a look at my necklaces:

Take a look at what I used to create my necklaces:

I picked up these nail polishes from the 99 cents store around the corner from my house.  I didn't want to spend an arm and a leg for nail polish that will be used strictly for crafting.  Surprisingly enough they had really cute colors.

I love how these colors turned out.  One has glitter with the blue-silver nail polish and the other is just the blue-silver nail polish. 

The glitter necklace is for my daughter. She asked me to add the heart at the bottom of the necklace.

The blue-silver necklace is going to one of my writing partners for this month. 

So do you want to know how I add the nail polish to the glass?  I simple painted it on.  LOL!! Yes, I painted the glass as if it was a nail I was working on.  

Once the nail polish dried I added a second coat.  For the glitter necklace I painted the glitter first then added the blue-silver nail polish.

To see more of this technique, Cheryl created a fantastic post 2 years on how to do this.  You can read that post here

So what do you think?  Would you pull out your nail polish and create a necklace? Please let me know below.  I would love to hear from you!!

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1 comment:

  1. One of my all-time favorite crafty techniques! These pendants turned out perfectly, Kymona! I'm inspired to get those old nail polishes out and play!


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