Monday, March 5, 2012

Little Fairy necklace made using the Art Nouveau cartridge.

Hello, friends!

Today I have a fun little project for those little girls in your lives. I made this little necklace using the Art Nouveau cartridge. Now will it last forever? No, but your little princesses will love this even if it is just for 5 minutes ;-)

I cut this out at 7 1/2".

I used coredinations paper.
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26 comments:

Joan Smith said...

How lucky am I to be able to say FIRST what an adorable necklace...you come up with the most unusual ideas with the cartridge art how in the heck do you keep doing this? I always can't wait 2 C what is awaitin' for me in the morning...

Chris - Creations in Bloom said...

Super sweet necklace. Great idea. If I made it, it would probably last 10 minutes with my 3 year old and maybe about 30 seconds with my one year old but it's a great idea to tuck away for the future.

JaniceA said...

So pretty! Love this cartridge.

hopefulcrafter said...

Very cute project. Thanks for sharing it with us.

CathyinMN said...

What a great idea! Any little girl would love a necklace like that.

Marianne said...

i love your ideas...and this one is no exception...have 3 (triplets) girls who would adore this.

Auntie Em said...

Your fairy necklace is so pretty. And who knows, tomorrow she may want a lady bug necklace! :)
Great project! Thanks for sharing! :)

jordanbev5 said...

Lovely necklace. You could laminate it and then add the ribbon, and in this way it would last awhile longer, for sure!

CARDS by SUSAN said...

REALLY cute. I'll bet any girl would treasure it!
Thanks for sharing
Susan

snappy scrappy said...

So cute...I wonder if you could have used Shrinky Dink to make it last longer. Lee-Ann

missstamper said...

Beautiful!

Ruth G said...

Love this!!!!! I love everything about Art Nouveau and the colors you used are wonderful!
Have you ever tried to cut out Shrinky Dink plastic - maybe then it would hold up longer than a few minutes? I know you've done lots of cool things, just wondering if you've tried that.

Linda T said...

Love the necklace. My granddaughters will love this.

tndj said...

Love the colors and the fairy necklace. any little girl would love it.

Conniecrafter said...

very cool, love the colors, never thought of that!

scrapdiva said...

very nice necklace, love the idea

Bunnyfreak said...

Love the necklace.

carolyn's creations said...

What a great idea!! I have this cartridge and have not used it yet. This is a great idea!! Thanks for sharing it Melanie!!

JuPooh65 said...

Only you could think of a super cute idea like this. So Cute!! Thanks for the ideas. :D

JANLYNN said...

This would be cute for a birthday party favor.

Luria said...

This is a really pretty necklace. Love the angel. TFS

Luria

AprilsL8 said...

LOVE this!! I'm going to make one for myself!

Nanci said...

super cute. My little princess would love this. You could laminate it and make it last longer. Thanks for sharing.

Momof4inArlington said...

This is gorgeous! You're right, as is it wouldn't last. You could try a couple coats of Modge Podge. I guess you couldn't persuade your little man to model this one!

cricutharper said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I know my granddaughter would love it!

PinkLava said...

Wow I really love this idea and it turned out SOOOO pretty! My daughter is 7 and she would literally MAKE it last forever (or until mom finally tossed it without her knowing ;-)

 
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