{Summer Camp} DIY Initials Necklace

Hi everyone!!  I am so thrilled that Toni has invited me to be a camp counselor in her AWESOME Summer Camp!  How FuN!  I can’t wait to see everyone’s FaBULouS ideas!!
Anyhoo…..here is a FuN necklace idea that I recently made with my girls.
Lets dive in!
{Simple} DIY Initials Necklace


Supplies Needed:
Tim Holtz Fragments {I bought mine @ JoAnns}
Diamond Glaze  
E6000 Adhesive
Scrapbook Embellishments with initials {I found these at Craft Warehouse and are stickers} 
1 Necklace backer
1 Necklace Chain
Exact-o Knife
First spread the Diamond Glaze on your little plexi-glass fragment…


Then place on top of the scrapbook embellishment of your choice…firmly press…and let dry…


Trim edge with exact-o knife if needed…


Use E6000 to glue on your necklace backer and let dry completely…



Add a chain…and there you have it!  

A FuN, SIMPLE and Very CuTE lil’ necklace for any girly to make!

HaPpY SumMer Everyone!!!
By: Stacie from The Creative Crate


We’re havingour2ndever Summer Camp Link-Up Party tomorrow!


The Link-Up Party is open to ideas and projects for summertime fun that you’ve made or created and would like to share!  For example – crafts, games, art, recipes, parties, sewing, summer activities, books, etc. All of the link-ups should be related to fun with kids (babies, kids or teens)!!
Come back tomorrow morning and link-up your amazing summer fun ideas!!


Last chance to enter the Charm Design and Shabby Apple giveaway – ends tonight.

Posted on July 7, 2011
Categories: diy tutorials & creative ideas, holiday awesomeness, summer camp, summer camp

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  1. Stacie says:
    July 7, 2011

    Thanks again Toni!!! Lovin' all the FuN summer ideas so far!! Have a wonderful Summer! 🙂

  2. Assistant says:
    July 7, 2011

    Oh cute idea, they look great! You could do with these different styles/designs for the letters and background too.

    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Double Glazing says:
    July 9, 2011

    Such good skills! I want to try the colorful pancake and the shoe design.

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