Making a Hot Glue Necklace
This cute glittery hot glue pendant was made by a child for his younger sister. It is an easy project that may require some adult supervision. The supplies list and steps follow.
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Here is a cute necklace my son made for his sister. This pendant is made from hot glue, in person it looks lab opal inspired (pictures didn't capture how pretty it really is.) The glittery hot glue stick is from Dollar Tree, it comes in an assortment of colors for $1.00 - the stick he used was clear with glitter.
Total Time: 15 minutes
- hot glue gun
- hot glue glitter stick
- 24 gauge wire
- wire cutter
- elastic cord
- pencil/colored pencil
- Draw a circle as a guide (optional) or any shape you would like as your pendant.
- Squeeze hot glue inside the circular shape. Then, using a piece of craft wire bend to it make an upside u shape and place in the hot glue. Allow to dry.
- Squeeze more hot glue and allow to dry. Peel off the paper and now your pendant is complete!
- Cut elastic cord to your desired necklace length. Thread the cord through the pendant and knot the cord. The necklace is now complete.
A creative necklace for a Halloween costume or a special outfit, can be fashioned with hot glue and a few supplies. This is a page about making a hot glue spiderweb necklace.
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