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Up The Crafters!
I was recently given the privilege of craft testing for Dandelyne's Tiny Hoop kits!

Here is a Tiny Hoop project that anyone can do as long as they're handy with a glue gun!

Get ready to rock!

Posted by Chudames from Bellingham, Washington, United States • Published See Chudames's 84 projects »
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  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dandelyne Tiny Hoop Punky Pendant - Step 1
    Step 1

    You Will Need:

    - Dandelyne Miniature Embroidery Hoop Pack: Vertical Oval.
    - Hounds-Tooth Print Fabric (or whichever you prefer).
    - Iron On Letters (I found a cool horror font).
    - Plastic Spikes (beads found at Micheal s craft stores).
    - Hot Glue Gun.
    (OPTIONAL: Add a Pin back to make your pendant more versatile).

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dandelyne Tiny Hoop Punky Pendant - Step 2
    Step 2

    Heat your iron, and place your transfer on your desired area. Make sure to leave edges to tuck into the hoop.

    Iron your transfer as directed. Once cool, remove backing, and cut around your letter, leaving plenty of edging (this can be trimmed later if needed).

    Gently loosen your hoop, and fix your design into the hoop using the wooden backing. Tighten the hoop.

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dandelyne Tiny Hoop Punky Pendant - Step 3
    Step 3

    Warm up your Hot Glue gun.

    First, glue and secure the edges of your fabric to the internal wooden backing. Next, glue around the back edge of the hoop, and attach the external wooden backing. Trim off any excess glue once cooled.

    Begin adding spikes by adding one dab of hot glue at a time per spike, ensuring that each is secure before the glue can cool.

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dandelyne Tiny Hoop Punky Pendant - Step 4
    Step 4

    And you're done!

    Now you're the toughest Crafter that ever was!

    Check out Dandelyne for supplies and more cool creative ideas!

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