We challenged Studio 5 contributors to make something fun fresh and fabulous using wood bingo inspired calendar numbers from Maya Road.
Margie Romney-Aslett used the bingo chips to make a beautiful Halloween charm necklace.
All from Tim Holtz Idea-ology line.
I also used Bingo Chips from Maya Rhode
Glitter Charms, paper, stickers: The Girls' Paperie
Martha Stewart Glitter
Glossy Accents, metal frame & Glass: Ranger
Charms Scarlet Lime Bead Art
For the bingo charms start a hole in the top with a sharp pin and screw the frame hook into the center of the bingo chip. Once tight add a drop of Glossy Accents on-top of your hook to secure hook. Attach to your necklace with a jump ring.
Cork Vial charm:
Pour glitter into the vial, attach a sticker to the front of the bottle. Screw a frame hook into the cork and add a drop of glossy accents onto the screw to secure hook.
Attach to necklace with a jump ring.
Choose what you want your charm to be. A small print, vintage book paper, sticker etc. Keep in mind smaller print is best.
Adhere facet to the paper with Glossy Accents. Too much Glossy Accents is not a good thing, but you need enough so that it secures to the paper. Rub around the paper I a circular motion, getting out all of the air bubbles. Set aside and let dry before you cut it out. Sand off edges and adhere to your necklace with a jump ring.
Create a collage by tracing your glass onto your base paper and collage in that space.
Creating 2 sides. Use stickers old book paper, Scrapbook Paper etc. To add glitter sprinkle in-between your collage and glass. Sandwich your two collaged pieces between the glass and slide into your metal frame.
Put your necklace together, spread your charms out as you attach them with jump rings. Embellish with ribbon, tulle and lace.