Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Spooky Night Jewelry

Today’s post is another “fast” one! I adore the whole 1800s London Halloween Suite from the current Holiday Mini Catalog. The image shown in the necklace here is from the Spooky Night Rub-Ons. The glass tile is 7/8” square and I just cut a piece of Old Olive card stock to size then applied the rub on. Easy Peasy. I also attached one of the Rhinestone jewels to the front of the tile. Stay tuned and watch the sidebar as I will make the glass tile necklaces available as a kit for you to purchase and decorate yourself! It will include a tutorial with step by step instructions to let you be creative!

Place an order for the rub-ons and receive a FREE necklace kit. It includes the glass tile, a bail and silver chain and I will send it to anyone who places an online order for the rub-ons!

Spooky Night Rub-Ons - by Stampin' Up!

Spooky Night Rub-Ons
120989

Price: $7.95

These frightfully fun Rub-Ons have a uniquely metallic finish that will add the right touch of dazzle and intrigue to all your Halloween projects. Multiple images including greetings and borders provide wonderfully woeful options for so many tricks and treats.
■ Metallic finish to complement your Halloween projects
■ 4 sheets: 2 sheets each of 2 designs
■ 6” x 6”
■ Pink text appears white on actual product
■ Coordinates with Basic Black, Silver, Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White

Carla Brasher, Senior Supervisor
cjbrasher@aol.com
http://www.thesouthernstamper.com/

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1 comment:

kreationzbyzabrina said...

I like it. You are very creative.
Where did you get the glass tiles from?