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Magical Recycled Glass Pendant

Magical Recycled Glass Pendant
Magical Recycled Glass Pendant
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Want to learn how to make jewelry that will leave a lasting impression? Check out this tutorial on how to make the Magical Recycled Glass Pendants. These gorgeous DIY pendants are must-haves for any recycled jewelry projects. You can learn how to make jewelry of all kinds when you have these pieces to use, and if you need ideas for Mod Podge glaze, this tutorial is sure to provide some inspiration. The dichroic look of the pendants makes them marvelous statement pieces that are sure to turn heads.


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeGlass

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Project TypeNecklace

Difficulty LevelEasy


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I wish I had seen this project about two weeks ago. I dropped a glass bottle and had a ton of pieces I could have used. I love reusing things when I make my jewelry. And I am very familiar with mod podge so this is going to be a fun, easy project. I can't wait to see what my creations look like.

This is such a stunning piece of jewelry and a must read tutorial. Never would have realized that you could make something so beautiful with beach glass,iridescent basket cellophone and mod podge. These are some very pretty stones and I like how you can use your own finishing wire technique and chain . Has anyone made one yet?

Absolutely damn marvelous. Now I just have to find where I can get the sticky stuff (mod podge). I cannot wait to try this. xxx

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