A while ago, I took a square sheet of paper and my watercolors. For some strange reason, I started to splatter the paint on the paper, creating a unique look. The inspiration for this pendant came when I found that paper again. First, I wanted to make a lot of squares like that and cut out the shapes needed for the pendant, but then I thought why don't splatter it on the pendant immediately! If you are looking for a reason to make a mess with paint, I'd recommend you keep reading :)
I'm really happy with how these pendants turned out and making them was so much fun! I hope you like it as well :D
Step 1: Materials
To make splattered paint pendants (and to protect your desk), you will need the following:
- clear drying glue
- A4 paper, I started with three sheets, but added a fourth later.
- thick paper
- a round object the size you want your pendant to be
- sharp object to make a hole, you could also use a nail and a hammer
- a pencil
- a pencil sharpener as shown in step 8
- jump rings
- a necklace
Step 2: Draw and cut the circles
Take your round object and trace the outside of it to draw a circle. To make one pendant, you will need 8 circles of thick paper, when using regular paper it will take more of course. Cut all eight of them out.
Step 3: Glue!
This step is pretty simple, just take your glue and the eight paper circles and glue them on each other.