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This all started when I saw plastic bangles at Michael's for $1.00. I picked up a few and let them sit in a box for awhile . Until ...
Supplies Card stock strips Wooden, plastic or up cycle a bangle Small clippings of pictures, photos or words Optional Supplies Cabochons Glitter paint Stamps and ink Tools Modge Podge of ...
1. Choose a theme for your bangle and gather supplies. 2. Cut card stock into strips that are 1inch by 4inches. Optional step: Use stamps on ...
1. Take collection of images for your bracelet and lay them out. 2. Decide where you want them. 3. Glue the pictures on by adding Modge Podge to ...
1. This step is easy, coat the bangle in one layer of Modge Podge and let dry. I made a drying rack by using my paint bottles and ...
1. Take some E6000 and attach your cabochons how ever you like! 2. Let it set! 3. Wear it!
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