Sunday, April 4, 2010

Tile Pendant Tutorial

I am so glad to be back home after a hectic trip to Texas.  It was wonderful to be able to spend time with my family.  Unfortunately, during our trip we caught the stomach bug and were confined to the house for a couple of days.  Now that I am home and we are all healthy again, I am so excited to get back to blogging!  

Here's a little project I worked on over the weekend.  


To make this pendant I used Fragment from the Tim Holtz collection.  Fragments are hard acrylic tiles that come in several different sizes.  The package I purchased had 48 tiles and was around $6 using a coupon at Michael's.

You will also need Glossy Accents from Ranger.  This can also be purchased at Michael's.


1.  Place a thin coat of Glossy Accents on one side of a tile and firmly press a piece of scrapbook paper to the tile holding tightly until dry.

2.  Trim the paper around the tile.

3.  Place a thin layer of Glossy Accents on the backside of the tile completely covering the paper.  Allow to dry overnight.

4.  Using E-6000, glue a bail onto the tile.

These acrylic tiles are great gifts for little girls!

Add a rub-on or sticker to personalize the pendant.

The possibilities are limitless! 

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  1. these are so cute- endless possibilities! They look so easy to do too!

  2. They are really cute. Where did you get a bail? I guess I am not very smart about jewelry things. Joan@anythinggoeshere

  3. I just made a bunch of these for myself after doing them for an activity with the YW in my ward. I love your bright colored ones! Super cute!!!!

  4. so cute and such an easy peasy project!
    judi ;)

  5. I loved it! Thanks for sharing!
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  6. I've been making tile pendants too - so easy and cute, I love them!
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  7. GORGEOUS Alisa! I have been wanting to know how to make these, so thank you!! I am seriously in love with your ideas. You have fabulous taste!

  8. I was just wondering how these are made! I found you on Oopsey Daisy:) I would love to feature these sometime this weekend if you don't mind!

  9. Love these, thanks for sharing. Where do you get those cute ball chains for the necklace?

  10. These are really cute and I had no idea about fragments - they're not too expensive are they!? Thanks for sharing - btw I'm visiting from the Weekend Wrap Up Party and I'm your newest follower :)


  11. Thank you so much for the tutorial! I posted about it on my blog!

    Thanks again,



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