Creative Paperclay ©
3D Crystal Lacque from Sakura
First, roll your modeling material into small shapes.
Thread a wooden skewer through your beads.
At this point, you can continue molding your bead around the skewer to get thee desired shape.
Be sure to rotate the skewer inside the bead in order to keep the modeling material from sticking to the stick.
Let your beads dry on the skewer. I hung mine over a bowl while it dried.
I decided to mix some cheap craft paint along with my 3D crystal lacquer by Sakura to seal my beads while I painted them.
Next, slip the jump ring onto the key ring.
Tie your cording as you wish...thread the Creative Paperclay© beads.
You may want to mix it up by adding other beads from the craft store.
Tie a square knot at the end of your key fob.
Of course, then...add your keys!
This is a great way to personalize your keys. Just think of how fun it would be to make fobs that match each purse or tote bag you enjoy using! I am using mine to differentiate between my house keys and the house keys of neighbors who trust me with their homes!
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Now, run out to Michaels and pick up your own package.
See above for what the packaging looks like!
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