Morning everyone! Hope you are having a great day. To answer the question…Yes…the
Linky party is still going strong…so please take a visit and link up with your easy peasy projects! We all love seeing what you have
created…so far it is a FABULOUS party…check it out for fun and inspiration!
I could not resist another In A Cinch project for you! This one is so easy and so much fun! I happen to see that there is a trend in jewelry out there that includes paint and wood…come on…that is the perfect mix for me : ) Then when I saw the freshness of it and the SIMPLICITY…let me repeat…SIMPLICITY of the design…I had to share with all of you because it is a project that can be done in 15 minutes — for a fraction of the retail price and when you are in control the options are limitless!!!! I am going to do one more project in this style using metal tones…so keep an eye out!
So without further ado…here you go! Like I said…the possibilities are limitless! Could not be easier and I hope you have fun!!!
Some wooden pieces…I used 1 inch rounds…I also used 3/4 inch round domed (I love those:) You can use any shape you would like!
Grab yourself your favorite color paint or paints…some earring findings…some strong bonding glue and some gloss varnish!
Simply paint the disc or dome or…half way allowing the other half of wood to stay natural and then when it is dry…add some glossy varnish or animal safe clear coat nail polish : )
Simply glue your finding on the back…
Viola!!! The world is your palette! So many options…so many hues…so many shades and so so so so SIMPLE!!!! This project defines our
In a Cinch
Which Colors will you choose…here are a few that I am sharing with my friends…
I call them shades of Spring with a little POP!!!
Hope you have fun with this little project!
Remember…if you have a quick and easy project…one that can be done In a Cinch…
please come on in and join the
come on and join us!!!!
hosted by Me and my friends…
Kelly from Eclectically Vintage
Linda from it all started with paint
Karah from the space between
Kari from Thistlewood Farm