Stamp & Emboss Sea Glass Pendants

by Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Stamp & Emboss Sea Glass Pendants

Craft faux stone charms with just a few materials and steps with this easy tutorial. Choose from the beautiful colours of sea glass pieces that are available to matchh your style. Stamp the glass with your favourite stamp or just leave it blank. By gluing small pieces of the glasses on earring studs you can make matching earrings.

Stamp with the StazOn Pigment ink pad Snowflake and the Viva Decor Peacock stamp one of the blue glass pieces in a size that you like.

Press the edges of the glass piece on the VersaMark ink pad, cover with embossing powder and heat set. While each side is still hot, press again into the embossing powder for a thicker layer. Pay attention to hold the glass pieces with pliers or similar tool to avoid burning for the heat tool.

When the glass pieces are cold, place a jump ring with the jewellery glue on one of the sides and let the glue set well. Alternatively, add a small amount of hot glue, press the jump ring and cover with embossing powder. Heat set the embossing powder shortly (as the glue is already warm) to give the impression of a solid setting.

Cut 50cm long pieces of the chain and add jump rings and a lobster lock to finish.

Products Mentioned

  • Buddly Crafts 10mm Lobster Clasps - 40pcs - Antique Bronze
  • Buddly Crafts 3mmx2mmx0.6mm Fine Jewellery Chain 3m - Gold
  • Gathered Sea Glass 350g - Classic Mix
  • Gold Plated Jump Rings - 4mm 144pcs #1137
  • Hobby & Crafting Fun Pliers - Round Nose
  • Ranger Embossing Powder 0.5oz 15g - Gold
  • Ranger Heat It Craft Tool UK Plug
  • Tsukineko StazOn Pigment Ink Pad - Snowflake
  • Tsukineko VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad - Large
  • Viva Decor A5 Clear Stamps - Peacock Feathers #108
  • Viva Decor Jewellery Glue
Tags: Mixed Media

Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Hi! My name is Kyriakos and I live in Greece. I enjoy learning new techniques and mixing various materials in my projects. My favourite materials are metallic foils, charms and wires which you can see in the photos on my website.