Boho Wing Pendant with Teresa Collins Ink

by | October 6th, 2015 | Comments Off on Boho Wing Pendant with Teresa Collins Ink

Welcome to the Clearsnap® Blog!  Lisa Marie Jimenez here today, to show you how to make this Boho Wing Pendant using Teresa Collins Inks.  I just love the bohemian (boho) look in fashion and jewelry and this pendant is a favorite of mine.  In this tutorial I will show you how to use Teresa Collins Inks to color a plain wing charm and turn it into something spectacular.  So let’s get started.

Boho Wing Pendant using Inks

Supplies Needed:

How to Make this Boho Wing Pendant:

Cut paper to fit the wood tile and glue to the top.  Use the Color Blender to apply Teresa Collins, Loft Black to the back and side of wood tile. Seal the entire tile with spray sealer. Use Color Blender to apply Loft Black on to the edges of the paper to give it a distressed look. Boho Wing Pendant by Lisa Marie Jimenez

Remove the ring from all charms.  Apply the Glam Green and the Glitz Gold Ink to the wings using the eye shadow applicator sponge.  Allow to dry.  When ink is completely dry, seal with a clear coat.

Use Teresa Collins Ink to color metal

Use bead reamer to make a hole in the tile, top, center. Glue Wings and charms to the tile.  When glue is dry, apply resin to the top of the pendant following manufacturer’s instructions.

Coloring Metal Charm with Teresa Collins Ink

That’s it!  Your Boho Wing Pendant is finished.  There are 8 pigment ink color in the Teresa Collins line, which are all perfect to achieve a bohemian look.  Which colors will you chose to use in your next project?

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you enjoyed my tutorial.  To see more of my craft and jewelry tutorials, please visit my blog.Lisa Marie Jimenez

About Lisa Marie Jimenez

Lisa Marie Jimenez is a professional jewelry designer, with 24 years of experience in the industry. She designed her own line of jewelry which sold to gift/clothing boutiques for 10+ years. Her designs have been published in US and International bead/jewelry magazines, along with several front cover features. Lisa’s designs have also graced the covers of four romance novels. She shares her jewelry designing techniques to others through her personal blog and currently writes a column for an international bead magazine.

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