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Nail Polish Necklace Pendant

By: Casey Freeman and Savannah McNeill from heywandererblog.com
Nail Polish Necklace Pendant
Nail Polish Necklace Pendant
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This Nail Polish Necklace Pendant is an awesome way to use that cheap nail polish you bought on a whim but never use. This colorful DIY pendant is a crazy easy handmade jewelry project that looks stunning on everyone. The delicate necklace pendant maintains its subtle nature in size while providing a lot of pizzazz with its color. This faux agate handmade necklace is exactly what you need to add to your DIY jewelry collection. You can make whatever kinds of crazy color combinations or spirals you would like while crafting this stylish DIY necklace. 

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMiscellaneous

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Project TypeNecklace

Beginner

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Where do you find the round pieces to create the necklace?

Hi ladybeadress 16360 40, the designer of this project used round bezel cabochon settings, which can be found on Amazon, and in many craft stores. Here is a link to the components the designer used: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06ZYCKWP7. I hope this helps! - Editor of AllFreeJewelryMaking

I Tried this and it worked just great. I got a bag of glass stones at the dollar store and just started to play. Then I got daring and started to use glitter too. The nice thing about this is if you make a mistake or don't like the end product, just use nail polish remover and start over. You can create swirls, faux drusi, marble, anything. Thank you so much for this very creative, inexpensive and very pretty idea. Plus you can now have coordinating colors with clothing or nails.

Oh my daughter would love this project! All those crazy nail polish colors in a drawer can finally be put to a mew creative use! And there are some glitter polishes that would really set off some pretty sparkle and yet be so cost-effective too! This reminds me a bit of enamel,or glass work without the expense! Super use of up cycle idea in such a creative and pretty way!

another idea to share with the girls and let them explore their creativity - they are too old for kids' crafts - far too old - curious as to how to use their creative abilities

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