An orient-inspired necklace
This necklace is made from a recycled Scrabble tile, twisted cotton thread, and a clasp with a crystal dangle and chinese-symbol tag.
Find a picture of a geisha online- print it out, and cut it out to the size of a Scrabble tile. Laminate it with tape, and cut the tape to size of the picture. Glue it to a scrabble tile, letting it dry overnight.
Paint the wood edges of the pendant with orange nail polish. Glue a bail to the back, or make a bail out of wire and glue it to the back of the pendant. Let it dry again.
Take cotton cord and either braid or twist it together. Add the pendant to the middle. Add ribbon clamps to the end of the cord and glue in place. Add a clasp (string a few crystals on a headpin, loop, and add to clasp, and laminate a small tag of chinese writing with tape, poke a hole, and add a jumpring). You're done!