18.8.17

DIY Handmade Bag Charms

Handmade Bag Charms
Hi friends ,the current craze in my daughter's school is bag charms ! Being DIY enthusiasts we tried making our own handmade bag charms with  craft supplies we had at home!
Handmade Bag Charms
These are just the type of craft to do with hoarded beads and any cute embellishments in your stash!
Handmade Bag Charms
We used jewelry making supplies[long eye pins and jump rings] and resin embellishments to make the bag charms.
Bag Charm Making Supplies
We used a local brand of adhesive called Fevibond [easy for older children to handle]to stick the resin princesses to the  background frame...you can use any strong jewelry grade adhesives like E6000 also if you are making these on your own without involving children.
Handmade Bag Charms
My daughter has a minimalist style and exclusively designed the 2 charms shown below. She die cut 2 sparkling circles from silver holographic paper and stuck them onto acrylic discs before gluing on the resin princesses .
DIY Princess Bag Charm
The beautiful  blue rose chain on which the  cute blue princess dangles is a broken bracelet!Hehe yes I am glad I hung onto this broken bit of jewelry!
Easy DIY Handmade Bag Charms
These bag charms are going on my daughter's school bag and purse but I just couldn't resist using one on my own handbag too!!
What do you say friends...how do you like them...?
Linking to 
1.Simon Says Kids Only Summer Challenge Anything Goes with Sparkle . Used sparkling silver holographic paper

8.8.17

Asteroids and Meteoroids School Project

Asteroids and Meteoroids School Project
       Hi friends life is slowly settling down for me and since I have been missing my blogger friends I thought I will restart blogging but not with my creation but my daughter's!
This is a school project my 11yr old made for her Geography school project on Asteroids and Meteoroids.
Asteroids and Meteoroids School Project
       We really put a lot of  paper-crafting supplies to good use to make this 3 D chart. The letters were cut from glitter foam using Spellbinders dies and  spray paints and  glitter glue came in quite handy to create the planets and other celestial bodies!
Asteroids and Meteoroids School Project
 The base of the 3 D chart is a sheet of thermocol  painted in  a splotchy manner with black spray paint and glittered up with patchily with sparkling silver glitter glue!
Asteroids and Meteoroids School Project
 The "Asteroid belt" between Jupiter and Mars has modified "pompoms" made sparkly with generous helpings of silver glitter glue!
Asteroids and Meteoroids School Project
 Jupiter is my favorite...love how the splattering of paint and the glitter glue gives it a misty,shimmering look! And in the photo below you can see the closeup details of the Asteroid belt!
Asteroids and Meteoroids School Project
 My daughter was so proud of her model and I think for a long long time she will remember about this little topic in geography !
Asteroids and Meteoroids School Project
I will be visiting you all soon! I sure did miss my blogger pals!
Linking to
1.Simon Says Kids Only Summer Challenge Anything Goes with Sparkle
2.Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Splatter it.
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