Stampin’ Up! washer jewelry

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This is  a sample of  some jewelry I have been making using Stampin’ Up! dsp and some old washers I stole from my husband found in the garage. It is so easy and fun to make these, and very economical, too!

I found about this fun idea from an article in Stampin’ Success magazine, which is a fabulous resource *all demonstrators receive for free, every month!

step one: punch out inner and outer circles with your various Stampin’ Up! circle punches.  hint: it helps if you punch the inner circle first, so you can center your larger circle around it.

step two: dab a little tombow multi-purpose adhesive all over your washer and press down your circle of dsp.

step three:  let it dry for just a couple of minutes.  If your edges hang over, trim them with your paper snips, then use your sanding block to gently smooth the edges flush with the washer.

step four: cover the whole thing with crystal effects.  Then, **try to be patient and let dry for several hours.  When you are sure it is completely dry, repeat the process on the other side.

Attach baker’s twine, ribbon, hemp string, or jump rings and jewelry findings as desired.

It honestly could not be any easier. I like the look of the dsp that has small prints. My favorites for making washers have been International Bazaar and Floral District.

Give it a try.  If you are like me you will be hooked!

Happy stamping, jewelry making, or whatever else you are doing today

Miriam

*please contact me to learn about all the benefits you can receive by becoming a demonstrator, too.

**This is an ideal time to have fun covering more and more washers!

 


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Stampin’ Up! washer jewelry — 1 Comment

  1. Love, love, love this post! Awesome pictures and fun jewelry! I can’t wait to try it!
    : ) Thanks for the inspiration!

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