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Another Wearable Art necklace with Jen Matott

P1010802So last month I created a necklace with ComposiMold and the Mixed Media with Gelatos kit!  I loved it so much that I made another wearable art piece.  This time I used an UmWowStudio Hexagon Background die cut piece, canvas, and the Steampunk Gelatos® set.

Here are some step outs from my creation!

JenMatott101I used the treated canvas page from the Mixed Media with Gelatos kit as my background.  I used a foam applicator from the Gelatos Tool Set to apply Iced Chai from the  Steampunk Gelatos® set. 

I then added some of the other colors to a nonstick mat and added water.  Using a brush, I applied some to the page and tipped it to create drippage!   Allow to dry and stamp with a Stamper's Big Brush Pen in black.

JenMatott105Laying the chipboard over the background to find the best fit, I used a craft knife to cut around the outside and cut out a few hexagon openings. 

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Using glue to adhere it securely, I added the chain and a few bee charms to complete the necklace. 

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I've worn it twice now and gotten so many compliments and one request for one!  Guess that means I will be making more of these!  LOVE the Steampunk Gelatos! 

What kind of wearable art could you think up?

Materials:

Steampunk Gelatos® set

Mixed Media with Gelatos Kit

Stamper's Big Brush Pen in black

Gelatos Tool Set

UmWowStudio Hexagon Background die cut piece

UmWowStudio Hexagon Confetti Stencil

Necklace chain (unknown source)

Beacon Adhesive

 

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Dana

I'm not surprised you got a request for one! It's beautiful, Jen! The bee charms just made it. The colors you used are perfect. I've got to get my hands on the Steampunk Gelatos. Thank you for sharing, Jen!

Lagene

WOW! This is Gorgeous! Amazing piece of jewelry!

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