Monday, March 31, 2014

April Project Workshop - Personalized Pendant

I'll admit that I don't know much about current fashion trends. However, I love bling, and the idea of creating wearable art does appeal to my inner craft monster (instead of cookies, this monster wants sparkles :) I had a blast creating these quick, crafty pendants, and I wanted to share this experience with you. I've put together a kit that allows you to make a personalized pendant in 5 minutes (or less). You can create a pendant that reflects your style or that makes a fun gift. 

The kit comes with everything you need to make one necklace for $11 and includes the following:

Additional products needed to complete this project:
  • Liquid Glass
  • Micro-Tip Scissors

After you purchase your kit, I will email you a quick and simple form with your pendant options. 

You can come to the class on Wednesday, April 23rd at 6:30pm or have it shipped directly to your home. You are also welcome to pick up your kit if you are local.

Kits ordered by 4/6 will be mailed by 4/25.

To order a kit, please pay securely online with a credit card or your PayPal account by using the PayPal "Buy Now" button below. If you would like your kit shipped, please choose the "Shipped" option. $4 is added on for shipping.

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Amy said...

hmmm I might have to consider this one too.

Morgan Vogt said...

Amy - what's funny is I originally wasn't going to do this workshop, but a regular workshop goer wanted to try it, so I played with the pendants to try them out and love it!

Jacqueline Lehnertz said...

These pendants look great. I love that you mentioned that they will not be difficult to put together. I'm excited to try these.

Janice Zakis said...

I was not a fan of the base and bling stuff when it was first introduced. But these are charming. Do I have to choose? Can't I just make one of each design, color, charm......
Cannot wait to play!

Morgan Vogt said...

Jackie - thanks for letting me know that you like how I mentioned how quick and easy the pendants are to put together; it's good to know what info to pass on!

Morgan Vogt said...

Janice - of course you can make one of each; you can make as many as you want. :) Thanks again for encouraging me to try this.