Monday, May 9, 2011

The Magic Touch ~Charms~

*Making 3-D Charms*
First you will need some of this, I've seen it can be called a few different things such as Dimensional Magic, Diamond Glaze or Magic-Gloss.
 Then some of these pendants/charms and some accessories to put inside!
 On mine I put some scrapbook paper in there to give them a cute background, but you could put anything in
there that you wanted. So they just look cloudy for a while then clear up when you know they are finished drying. Now mine took roughly 24 hours to dry completely, the bottle said 15-60 minutes, but they looked about the same as when I started, so I just let them sit.
And here's what they look like finished! *NOTE:: you can put another layer of glue once they have dried to give more of a bubble shape or another layer.

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A Serenade For Solitude

Running with Glitter


  1. Thanks for linking up at Fancy Friday! I have put this post in my favorites - love these necklaces. I'm your newest follower!


  2. These are so pretty; I really like the owl!

    ps. thanks for the kind comment on my 5k! It was good, I was really tired when I was done; but happy with my accomplishment!


  3. Thanks for posting this good idea for making personalized charms! I never would have thought of that. Your wedding is getting really close!

  4. Those are so pretty and you make them sound so easy! I love the little key! Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Ahh! Love these charms! I've made similar charms using Mod Podge dimensional magic. I'd love if you'd link this up at Sew Woodsy!

  6. These are so cute! I love how intricate they are. Looks like fun to make!


  7. Cute! I have been wanting to make charms for a while now, so once I get money I am hoping to it! : )

  8. Thank you for linking up this great post at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :) Hope to see you again this Sunday!

  9. These are very fun and actually easy enough for most anyone to do...quick too! They would make great gifts if you personalized the charms to the person...awesome idea. Happy Weekend! ~Ann


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