Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Fran-tage week: jewellery

How about a lovely pendant today? Who would have thought that a die-cut, a bit of embossing powder and Shaved Ice could make such a beautiful necklace for the little princess in your life. 
I know my little princess Melissa, who is turning 9 (sigh...) today, would have loved something like this... 

So, according to Isa'sArt who, you would have guessed, is behind this little beauty, here's how you make it... 

Use the Frame and Sculpted die to cut the base for your pendant and cut a butterfly with the Butterfly and Rings die . Colour them with Aquamarkers. Glue the butterfly on the pendant.
Use a Versamark pen to ink up your pendant and add a bit of Fran-tage Embossing Enamel (do not cover completely).
Add some Glossy Accents on the butterfly to adhere the Shaved Ice (don't heat it!! the Shaved Ice is not a mica, but a plastic and it will melt...which can be a good thing sometimes, but not today).
Add a few gems, some fabric for the necklace and voilà

Here are the products Isa'sArt used:

See you tomorrow


  1. ooooo this is just gorgeous!!! Any little (or big) girlie would love this one! xxx

  2. Gorgeous! Love the yummy mica and aged embossing enamel!

  3. This is absolutely stunning!!!

  4. C'est une idée géniale, et la réalisation est gracieuse et magnifique comme toujours bravo !! J'en profite pour souhaiter un bon anniversaire à ta petite Melissa Isa. Bises

  5. Very, very pretty - for big and little girls (as Karen said!!).

  6. Beautiful project - Love the shabby look of those embossing powders...Yep joining my shopping list for the Craft Barn this week end !

  7. gorgeous!!!!and so delicate as all your work Isa


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