This really is the last post…

Jan 26, 2007

I just had to show you what I created using Maya Road products of course! I thought a bracelet made from some Maya Road sheer flowers, stamps, twills and a big bottlecap would be so fun to wear while at CHA. So I hurried to get this ready and dried before tomorrow and just had to share it with you. I think this is a great way to show off their products while checking out all the other vendors. What do you think?


I think it came out pretty cute. If you want to create a bracelet here are the supplies needed…

  • Charm bracelet
  • 1 MR Bottlecap
  • 5 MR Sheer Flowers
  • MR Stamps (stamp onto Sheer Flowers)
  • MR Twill (Journey East Brown)
  • Ledger paper
  • Silver Pipe Cleaner (to use for Monogram)
  • Prima Flower
  • Rhinestone (flower center)
  • Making Memories Glitter (to cover front and back of Sheer Flowers)
  • 10 Buttons (front and back of Sheer Flowers)
  • Floss
  • Whale of a Punch (circle) (Punch 2 circles and adhere one to the bottlecap then using deco scissors trim the second circle then bend edges upward and attach to top of first circle)
  • 5 White Brads
  • 10 jump rings (2 for each Sheer Flower)
  • Crop-a-dile (used to punch a hole into the bottlecap and sheer flowers as well as set brads)
  • Staz On (Timber Brown)
  • Crystal Lacquer (used to adhere glitter to Sheer Flowers)
  • Hot Glue Gun (used to adhere buttons to Sheer Flowers)
  • Deco Scissors (Pinking)

Okay I really am off to finish my packing and then to bed.

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  • kmthornton

    This is so pretty! Without knowing, it looks like REAL jewelry, not scrapping supplies. ;-) I want one!

    lol–and you managed to get a silver pipe cleaner on there too. I think you are addicted to them. ;-)

  • k9mom4

    That is going to be a big hit at CHA! It is so darn cute.

  • leonie

    Wow that looks great!

  • dpquiltsca

    Oh my….this is GORGEOUS!!!
    GREAT JOB Lisa and HAVE FUN @ CHA!!!

  • AndreaWiebe

    Lisa this is just awesome…i love it!