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junky into funky
i found this motorbike cog in the woods. and thoguth it would make a great necklace charm

BREAKING NEWS!
IVE JUST FOUND OUT THAT I WON SOME GOODIES FOR ENTERING THIS INTO A CRAFTS COMP! YAY GO ME!

Posted by Shabby Chic Sheridan from Barnsley, England, United Kingdom • Published See Shabby Chic Sheridan's 10 projects »
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  • How to make a washer necklace. Recycled Motorbike Cog - Step 1
    Step 1

    find yourself a new or old motorbike cog and clean it up

  • How to make a washer necklace. Recycled Motorbike Cog - Step 2
    Step 2

    Nice and clean. think about what colour you would lke it

  • How to make a washer necklace. Recycled Motorbike Cog - Step 3
    Step 3

    after thinking about it paint it.
    (i used nail varnish because its a cheap easy paint that last ages)

  • How to make a washer necklace. Recycled Motorbike Cog - Step 4
    Step 4

    add a leather string necklace and jazz it up a little with jems jewels or anything you want.

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Calochortus
Calochortus · 1 project
I love this! Using found objects in crafts is so cool!
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michelle-dee
michelle-dee · United States, US · 4 projects
i couldnt even tell it was part of a motorbike
so did you glue the beads in it?
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C-Arteest
C-Arteest
I love it! Great idea!
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JK<3
JK<3 · Providence, Rhode Island, US · 8 projects
omg i love this!!!! it looks heavy tho!!! where did you find the cog?
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Candice C.
Candice C. · Wylie, Texas, US · 49 projects
Way to recycle! Very Cute =)
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beryl
beryl · Apache Junction, Arizona, US · 36 projects
I love it! Very nice
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queenfairypants
queenfairypants · Manchester, England, GB · 75 projects
that is so awesome you'd never guess it was from a motorbike!!!

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Keeley C.
Keeley C. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 20 projects
very creative! i like it!
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