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steampunk jewelry using Embellie Gellie
For those of you with shaky hands like me, Embellie Gellie is a great product. I made this pendant using it to pickup and place tiny objects on my pendant. Steampunk jewelry is so much fun to make!

Posted by SF B. from Alexandria, Virginia, United States • Published See SF B.'s 5 projects »
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  • How to make a hardware necklace. Steampunk Necklace  - Step 1
    Step 1

    Here's a picture of what I used to make my pendant. I tried making my own rub n buff with glue and eye shadow but it wasn't all that great. I recommend buying the real thing.

  • How to make a hardware necklace. Steampunk Necklace  - Step 2
    Step 2

    After punching a small hole on the edge of the bottle cap, I put a generous amount of E6000 glue in it. I generally put the glue on with each piece I add but since this cap is small, I put all the glue at one time.

  • How to make a hardware necklace. Steampunk Necklace  - Step 3
    Step 3

    Using the Embellie Gellie, I can place even the tiniest bead!

  • How to make a hardware necklace. Steampunk Necklace  - Step 4
    Step 4

    I snipped the loop off this skull charm and placed it in the cap. You will basically be layering things on the piece, so put the larger pieces first.

  • How to make a hardware necklace. Steampunk Necklace  - Step 5
    Step 5

    After adding other bits and pieces I added a watch cog. Steampunk jewelry always seems to have some watch parts on them! The Embellie Gellie comes with a stick to use, but I like to have a few toothpicks handy too.

  • How to make a hardware necklace. Steampunk Necklace  - Step 6
    Step 6

    I added a cord to my finished pendant. Not to bad, I thought.

  • How to make a hardware necklace. Steampunk Necklace  - Step 7
    Step 7

    I hope you'll try and make your own. So much fun and easy to do!

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