Sunday, November 21, 2010

Grunge Bracelet

by Erika Taylor

Grunge Bracelet

Although I am not a professional jewelry maker, I’m finding that there are so many products in the paper crafting industry that truly make the prettiest pieces of wearable art. Today, I’ve got a really quick project using Tim Holtz Grunge paper.



  • Cut out strip of grunge paper the width and circumference of bangle. Cut out 3 graduated flowers from grunge board.

  • Ink strip of grunge board with distress ink. Let dry.

  • Run all pieces of grunge board through Big Shot, using the swirls embossing folder.

  • Ink raised area of grunge board with second color of distress ink.

  • Run all pieces through Big Shot without folder, to flatten design.

  • Adhere grunge board strip to bangle using Tacky Glue.

  • Curl edges of flower petals with pencil. Layer and adhere to top of bangle

  • Add large rhinestone to center of flower.

  • Finish bangle with Liquid Pearls on edges.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Taking simple products and altered them is a great way to personalize your creations. Try your hand at grunge paper to really step your projects up a notch.


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