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Petal Plaster Pendant | Ingrini

The Petal Plaster Pendant is not only a tongue twister by name, but as you will see at the end of the video, there were a few twists along the way ? Never the less, I was quite proud of one of the 6 attempts.

Soon there will be another video tutorial showing you how to make a pendant without a silicone mould as I realise, not everyone has them lying around (stay tuned).

If you have access to some plaster, a mould, dried petals, Mod Podge ? and sandpaper, you will be able to make your own pendant including real petals.

 

Instructions

Step 01: According to the craft plaster used in this video, add one part water and two parts plaster into a bowl or container you are prepared to throw away.

Step 02: Mix thoroughly until it forms a smooth paste.

Step 03: Place plaster into the mould.

Step 04: Carefully tap the mould to release air bubbles and level out the plaster.

Step 05: Leave to dry over night.

Step 06:  Use sandpaper to create a smooth, flat surface and to get rid of any rough edges.

Step 07: Apply a think layer of Mod Podge.

Step 08: Add your dried, pressed petals.

Step 09: Apply another layer of Mod Podge as a protective coating.

Step 10: Assemble jewellery parts.

 

Supplies

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Music:  Drive Around Town — Broke In Summer

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