I have been having sooooo much fun with my new creations.
So extremely simple you will be whipping them out in no time.
I started with my nail polishwashers.
All you need:
Washers, nail polish (coloured and clear) and a sheet of rub on's
1. "paint" your washer with the colour nail polish of your choice. (in these pics I used a clear polish with sparkles in it)
2. When dry -following the instructions on the sheet, lay your rub-on over the area you want.
3. Use a popsicle stick (usually supplied) or your nail and gently rub
4. Remove the plastic and smooth any sticky-uppy bits down.
5. Apply a coat of clear polish over the pendant to protect the design.
The possibilities are endless....
And here I am wearing the 2 creations I'll be keeping. (I will be making more of course).
I hope you like.... Let me know what you think.
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Love them both Nats, especially like the "bracelet" version.ReplyDelete
Thanks Auds xxxDelete
I love these, Natalie - so pretty...I want to make some! I love the red!ReplyDelete
Pinning this - going to have to give it a try! Thanks for sharing - GREAT POST!!!
Your such a sweetheart with your pinning! Thanks Mary xxxDelete
Very, very cute. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thanks Roxanne xx NatDelete
Those are so great! I love all the colors!ReplyDelete
Visiting from the Not Just a Housewife party.
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Thanks Sara xx NatDelete
Wow, these are so beautiful. You're very talented. Saw your blog on Carrie's Creative Home. I'm a new follower.ReplyDelete
Aw thank you so much - Im following you too xx NatDelete
WAY cute! I have made the washer necklaces before but I LOVE this variation. I love that we can just come up with "new" things for the same projects that keep coming up. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Katie - these are so easy to make - would love to see yours if you give them a try xx NatDelete
Cute! The girls and I will have to try this out for Spring Break!ReplyDelete
They are super easy Trish and you wont want to stop xx NatDelete
Yeeeeehaw! Thanks for opening my eyes to this fabulous idea. Perfect for gift-giving. Pinning! Thanks so much for linking up to the "Spring Fling" party over at I Gotta Create! <3ReplyDelete
Thanks for pinning Christina - hope you enjoy making them xx NatDelete
So awesome! I didn't know nail polish would work well on washers...great tip! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Abby - it was a great find for me too xx NatDelete
Love it, love it, love it!!! Especially the keychain...!! Love you lots!ReplyDelete
Aw glad you like your keychain hun xxx NatsDelete
Love them all! Thanks so much for sharing at That's the Ticket link party.ReplyDelete
Don't forget to enter all the giveaways going on at the party!
Angie @ Knick of Time
Thanks Angie xx NatDelete
Those are awesome!! I work at a garage full time and I was teasing Bethany of Plink and Glitter last week, because she used cotter pins to make earrings. How awesome!! Now washer, the guys are going to think I've lost my mind when I come to work with a pimped washer around my neck and cotter pins on my ears!! LOL Thanks for linking up at SweetTalkin' Sunday!ReplyDelete
And you will work it girlfriend!!!! Haha - would love so see your creations once they are made xx NatDelete
You are being featured later today for That's the Ticket Blog Hop Link Party! There will be an "I Was Featured" button waiting for you there!ReplyDelete
Angie @ Knick of Time
Awesome thank you so so much Angie xxxDelete
Too cute, thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Where did you get the rub ons? LOVE this idea!!ReplyDelete
Hi there - you can get the rub ons at any craft store in the card making section. Thanks for stopping by xxDelete
Oh my word! Amazing. another avenue of decoration...rubber stamps! I can see a million possibilities!ReplyDelete
Oh yes Kristy - I love my rub on decals - they are literally the best invention ever! I hope you have fun creating with them xx NatDelete