I'm finally posting my stamp pendant tutorial! You will have to pardon the terrible pictures....I'm less than thrilled with my camera's performance lately. I will hopefully be investing in a new one in the coming months!
Ok, let's get started. You'll need the following supplies:
- Glass tile
- Mod Podge Dimensional Magic
- Paint brush
- Necklace bail
- Heavy duty glue
Now, you wait for it to dry. I usually leave mine overnight to ensure that it's fully dried, however I think 30 minutes to an hour would be plenty.
After it dries, it should look like this:
Now, since we're working with stamps and not regular paper, it's important to put a "backing" of sorts to not only protect the stamp, but to also cover up the adhesive that all stamps have on the back.
To do this, I cut out a square of cardstock (again, since I'm terrible at cutting, so I use my Cricut), and glue it on the back of the pendant with the Dimensional Magic...the same way we glued the stamp.
This is what the back should look like afterwards:
I use a razor blade and gently scrap each side of my pendant to remove all the excess glue that has dried on the sides. I'm a messy crafter, so sometimes I even end up with glue spots on the front of the pendant, which easily come off with the razor. And no, this will not scratch the glass.
Next, pull out your heavy duty glue. I use E-6000.