Thursday, November 4, 2010

Pendant or Magnet?!

Happy Hump Day everyone!  When I was in Salt Lake we went to this great supply store where I purchased lots and lots of vinyl as well as these acrylic scraps to make pendants.  They had samples of these pendants and I was intrigued by them.  SO I gave it a try and this is what my first pendant looks like -



Here are more pendants that I have added paper to.  I'm thinking of adding flowers to some of them and other embellies... 


You can also make magnets instead of pendants...


I recycled the name tag from the Salt Lake Swarm dinner and made this magnet!  I wish I could put faces inside!


** I will be selling kits with 2x1 and 1x1 pieces with a sheet of double sided adhesive.  The kit will not be more than $10.  I will figure out the price soon.  If you're interested, please email me at rinasalazar@me.com.**

9 comments:

Jodie R said...

Rina, they are so cute! I love the magnet idea too. Did you glue on the rhinestones or did you use a hotfix rhinestone?

Rina Salazar said...

I glued on the rhinestones - Totally forgot about the I-Rock! Thanks for the reminder!

Missie said...

Super cute! Great job Rina

The Bug said...

Wow - Great job! Love the idea for the magnets - those would make great teacher gifts! Thanks for sharing today. Hugs, Wini

Diane M. said...

Fantastic idea. Hmmm, I know there's acrylic around here somewhere. :D

Liza Henderson said...

I LOVE these!! What exactly is the acrylic called, when it has an adhesive back?? I want some!

ddinak said...

Cute!

Rina Salazar said...

Jodie - I tried the I Rock and it works! Again, thanks for the reminder!

Liza - I bought these at the vinyl store in SLC. These don't have a sticky back. It's kinda funny cause the guys who worked there showed me how to make these! They sell sheets of the double sided adhesive that is like terrifically tacky tape (red stuff).

Joli said...

Love these Rina!!!! I am going to have to go get some for myself!