Make a faux druzy pendant with the Denver Craft Ninjas
- Ms Dorito added Faux Druzy Pendant to Cruella 12 Jun 01:05
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You Will Need
For this project, we’ve used the following supplies:
Black Paillettes - You can really choose any color; I have used clear reflective paillettes and had good results. I like the look of the black paillettes - my favorite druzy are the black ones.
A variety of fine glitter - I used a gaggle of different colors from my glitter stash.
A cabochon pendant - I used a copper locket.
Plaid’s Mod Podge Dimensional Magic - with glitter!
A clean surface to work
Use a toothpick to blend the paillettes with the Mod Podge. It’s a delicate process to combine them and not let the mixture come out of the cabochon’s indention. Just mix it carefully and tidy the sides of the pendant as you work.
It will be messy! So, get over worrying about getting glitter everywhere!
At Share Denver, it’s an occupational hazard!
The mixture will appear milky as you add the paillettes, but you’re looking for a consistency of wet sand. Keep adding paillettes!
When you start to get to the perfect consistency, add some other colors of the fine glitter.
With this pendant, I used a mixture of champagne, purple, blue, red, gold, and a reflective rainbow silver.
The amount of colors and sparkle is up to you! I add a ton because the more sparkly, the better in my book.