How-to: Make a Washer Necklace Out of Leftover Furniture Parts

Add glaze to the paper
Modge Podge the paper to the washer and set aside to dry. Note: I put mine under a heavy book so the edges didn’t curl up.

After the glue is dry, using Aleene’s Paper Glaze, start along the edge and work your way around and inward until the paper is coated. Let it sit overnight to dry in an area where there isn’t a lot of dust or pet hair.

Note: Be careful not to shake or move the glaze too much because it will form bubbles. If bubbles form you can take a pin and carefully pop them. Your paper will appear cloudy at first, however as the glaze dries it will become clear.

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Written by Kilduff Kolleen

I’m a lifelong crafter with many different interests. My latest obsession is making accessories for women's hair and making flowers from a variety of recycled and repurposed materials. If it is shiny, feathery or sparkly I love it! I also carry around a pocket camera to take pictures of items, scenery, signs, or anything else that I find inspiring.

I enjoy creating new things and sharing how to make my creations with others on my blog (http://designbynight.blogspot.com/).

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