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Wear your pie on your heart with the ceramic pie necklace made by Cyndi Coon of Lovely Lula. Happy Fall. Happy pie eating.

Ceramic Pie Necklace

Ceramic Pie Necklace

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I have added a lot of new work to my flickr gallery. Stop over and take a look on Flickr.

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I love when I can set aside time to create for a week solid. I recently did that and immersed myself in jewelry making. I created these necklaces using a variety of materials including: T-shirt yarn, colored wire, colored string, big wooden beads, small glass beads and ceramic beads that I made by hand using air dray clay. I am pleased to share that these are for sale locally at Practical Art in Central Phoenix. Here are just a few of my favorites to show examples of what you’ll see.

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I saw this great idea on Pinterest and knew I had to make one myself. I had everything on hand and whipped it up in about an hour with drying time over night for the lid to glue using E-6000.

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For this project I used my Cricut and a Cartridge called Something to Celebrate really offers something to celebrate! It is totally cuties and totally tween! Just my style! There are cakes with faces, candies and tiaras.

I used the candies on the Something to Celebrate Cartridge and cut out all of the layers onto different colors of glitter, jewel tone paper. I glued them together and added Ranger Glossy Accents on the top, sides and back of the shapes. While still tacky, I embedded amethyst jewels on to the front and the necklace findings on to the backs. I braided purple embroidery floss and added a Busy Kids Plastic Necklace Clasp.

For the Tutorial Click Here: Candy Necklaces

Happy crafting xoxo. Follow me on Twitter I am Lab5.

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