Glass Pendant Necklaces

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Again folks, I am not this smart but this really Modern Mom is...

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She rocks the Glass Pendant Necklace Tutorial, so I will spare you my details.  Click on her logo and the link will take you to her blog. While your there, be sure to look around at all the other amazing things she does!

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Here are the pictures of my necklaces. What should I do with them? Give them to friends? Host a giveaway? Open an Etsy store?

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I ordered my supplies from CandyTiles2. I bought the 10 Bundle Pack. If you decide to make any of these glass tile pendant necklaces, please post a picture of your necklaces on my Facebook Fan Page. I'd love to show them off!


XOXO-





DIY Day @ ASPTL



13 comments:

Elie said...

How pretty, I love these! I am going to check out the link. Thanks.

You are so talented, it must run in the family:)

Celeste said...

So pretty! (and, photographed nicely too, I might add!) (:

Becky said...

Definitely do a giveaway. I'll be first in line. Cute, cute, cute!!

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Very pretty!!! I'd give one away and keep the rest. ;)

Dawn said...

Well, if you open an etsy store for them, I want to be first in line for the turquoise and green argyle one! SOoooo cute, all of them!! :)

You have a really good eye for the colors, and what looks good in such a small space. I would sell them if I were you!

Tiffany said...

Those are amazing! You totally rocked it. They are so good, I would keep them for myself. So maybe you should do a giveaway so I can win them. :) Thanks for linking to me.
Tiffany {Simply Modern Mom}

elizabeth said...

ok - boy your good -
you actually make me want to order some supplies and make a few -
just need some extra time to
magically appear!!

Shealynn Benner said...

Love them! I really love the Argyle one!

Mary Lynn said...

Those are awesome! I off to read the blog on how to make them and to look at the place you purchased the supplies from. My girls would love to do this or love to have them at least -- especially cute for holidays if I use Valentine paper or Easter paper. Great idea!! Thanks for posting.

PS Now I just hope it truly is not too difficult to do - ha!

Bonnie said...

These are adorable! I love the plaid one especially :)

Amy said...

Love these!! Thanks for linking to the tutorial!

tales from an oc cottage said...

Thx for the 411! Adorable!!!!

m ^..^

Laura said...

I agree...definitely do a giveaway. These are beautiful!