Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Plastic Cup Necklace

I found this unique idea
and had to try something out
It has been awhile since
I have made jewelery
I got the idea 
here and here

I cut the cup

Then used a circle punch
to cut out the disks

then used a
hole punch

baked them at 180
enough to firm the plastic
and give a short curve

attach the disks
with a jump ring to 
a chain

a Springy necklace!

WYWW Peony Frame

DIY Tutorial


  1. This is just to cute !!!! such a neat Idea
    I will take one !!:o)

  2. Me too!:)

  3. wow...that is really neat. I have never seen this before. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Hi this is Nicole from Colie’s Kitchen I just discovered your blog and wanted to drop by and say hi. I am now a new follower. I would love to have you stop by Colie’s Kitchen if you get a chance.

  5. This is a really cute necklace, Jo! You've been busy creating and baking, haven't you? Call me when you have some time to get together! ~ Sue

  6. Cute! Perfect for a pop of color! Stopping by from TIp Junkie!

  7. lovely!

    I am having a giveaway on my blog.

    $40 store credit to get a drawstring backpack with an adorable applique, great from summer camp and trips and lovely spring hair accessories for girls. You just have to leave a comment to win.

  8. What a beautiful necklace! I am definetly putting this in my projects I want to try list! So pretty, and doesnt look to hard lol! I am your newest fan!

  9. Hey! Reminds me of those shrinky-dinks we used to make as kids. Ok, just the plastic and the shrink part. Very cool and, like you said, springy! Do they shrink to half the original size would you say?
    They look like daisy petals... I'm thinking. Could be a project idea. Thanks! -Bethanie