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Paper Pendants

I few weeks ago I found some blank or nearly blank pendants at Joann's. I thought there must be something I can make with them since they were only $.97.
Then I was working on my other book page projects, I came across a book that had nice large letters in a old typeface.
So I took the blank pendants and cut a circle to fit and then covered with Mod Podge.
Then I added a little bit of sparkle paper, topped it with my letter and then covered it again with Mod Podge.
I added a bail and a chain and it was ready to wear in about 2 hours! I was super easy and fun. I made a few more but this one was without the letter, but with a star and an Antique glass bead (recycled from some old Christmas decorations).
I think this one is just as unique and on a larger scale could be a ornament. This is a really easy project and the possibilities of projects with Book pages seems endless to me. Just for the record I have only defiled half of one book so far, so I don't feel all that bad about cutting it up. So see what you can come up with and Enjoy!

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  1. Hi Janet! This is a great project. I can't wait to share this with my daughter.

    I would be honored to have you add it to my blog party

    Amaze Me Monday Blog Party

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  2. Looks like a fun project. Very pretty.

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  3. Great idea...would look nice with a personal logo, too, we think!

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  4. Great idea! I love these necklaces! Thanks for linking up to Sassy Sites- Trash to Treasure Tuesday! We are doing a LABEL giveaway today, so come back and check it out!

    xoxo!
    Marni @ Sassy Sites!

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  5. this is cute! I hope that you will link it to my Show and Share Sunday linky party, its open all week. http://craftygeordi.blogspot.com/2011/01/show-and-share-sunday.html

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  6. Cute! Thanks for sharing! Would love to see you link up at my weekend party :) http://www.lovelycraftyhome.com

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  7. Thank you for linking up! Hope to see you again :)

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  8. Stumbled upon your blog via The Shabby Nest, what a creative idea. Hope you will consider linking up to my K.I.S.S. blog bash. Happy to be your latest and greatest follower.

    http://thetatteredtag.blogspot.com

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  9. Very cool pendant. There are all kinds of applications for this with all kinds of pictures, small charms, etc. Very good. Linda

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  10. Thanks for joining my Show and Share Sunday linky party! This really is a cute pendant.

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