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Ciel Phantomhive Mascaraed Necklace

This necklace is homage to Ciel Phantomhive on Black Butler episode 4. Ciel was working on the Jack the Ripper case. Here in this necklace you can see he is  supposing to be Madame Red’s niece

This necklace is a 1mm thick Steel Chain that is 12 inches long and the necklace ends are in a barrel claps. The bottle cap is black; the image is protected in acetate and is coated in a pink and white glitter rim. The feather is made out of black polymer clay and coated in a triple thick gloss. The image itself is in a layering technique giving Ciel a more 3D dimensional look

 

If you must have this necklace take a look at my shop at: https://www.etsy.com/listing/120337794/ciel-phantomhive-mascaraed-necklace

Halloween Tree Card w/ Bottle Cap Magnet

Halloween is almost here and I am in the mood to make some scary cards this year, with and added twist. I’ve include one of my bottle cap magnet charms to make this year’s treats even sweeter.

I created this card using the following materials:

  • Black card stock
  • Brown card stock
  • Orange card stock
  • Pattern Paper
  • Pumpkin Images
  • Orange & Black 3D Opaque Gel Pens
  • Black Ribbon
  • Cricut Cartridges: Heritage (tree2 on page 25 at 4 inches) & Mini Monster (fence2 on page 72 at 2 inches)
  • ½ Pop Dots
  • Pumpkin, Sawdust, and Black Glitter
  • Inkadinkado Happy Halloween stamp

Instructions

  1.  I started by cutting my black card stock at 11×7 then folded it in half giving me a 7×5 ½ card.
  2. Then I cut my pattern paper at 6 ½ x5 gluing it to the base of my card.
  3. I used my Cricut Cartridges: Heritage (tree2 on page 25 at 4 inches) & Mini Monster (fence2 on page 72 2 piece at 2 inches).
  4. I added detail by using my Orange & Black 3D Opaque Gel Pens on my tree and fence.
  5. I glued my tree down first then added Pumpkin glitter on to the tips of each branch to make them stand out.
  6. I added pop dots to one of my fence and laid it at the base of my tree to give my card some depth.
  7. The second fence I cut and transformed it in to this Happy Halloween sign by using some orange cardstock and an Inkadinkado Happy Halloween Stamp.
  8. Once the glitter was dried on the branches I fussy cut my pumpkin images and used pop dots and placed them on the tree.
  9. I cut a hole on the right hand side of the card in order for the bottle to show throw. It was glued down with removable adhesive.
  10. The inside was roughed cut to fit the page with some brown and orange cardstock. I added black ribbon to give it a finished look.

Design Team Call for Pause Dream Enjoy Challenges

Hello,

This is my entry to “Say It with Sentiment Challenge”. I’m a big fan of Mary from CardCrazy on YouTube, and after seeing her ladybug card I was inspired to create this ladybug shadow box bottle cap necklace. If you head over to http://www.paperplaytime.blogspot.com they have a challenge every other Monday:

  • 1st Monday of the month – current theme + die cut or punch
  • 3rd Monday of the month – current theme + a sentiment
  • 5th Monday of the month – it’s always anything goes

Head over to their BlogSpot and check out there cool challenges and prizes but not before checking out my cool pictures.

Materials:

  • 1 Bottle Cap
  • 1 Thin Brown Ribbon
  • 1 Frilly Pink Ribbon
  • 1inch Martha Stewart Circle Punch
  • White, Red, Black Card Stock Paper
  • Small Pop Dot Adhesive
  • Pattern Paper
  • 3D Opaque Ink Pens White
  • 2 Small Red Gems
  • Neon Pink Tulip Puff Paint
  • Thin Wire and Wire Cutters

Key Chain – Unknown Fem Fatal

Hello,

I came across this image while I was looking for new wallpaper for my desktop. I don’t know who the arties is or if this is an anime character. However looking at this black and white picture was just so stunning with the hint of blue in her eyes, I had to make it in to a charm. The blue stones really accent her eyes when you see it up close but I think miniaturizing it took a little away from the art.  Nevertheless it’s defiantly an eye catcher. The homage is to you unknown Fem Fatal if looks could kill it would be you.

Materials:

  • Fashion Caps (Bottle Caps) 24 to a pack
  • Silver Plated Chain 1 foot
  • White Sculpey Clay 2oz
  • Key chain rings 15 to a pack,
  • Glitter glue
  • Blue Beads and Metal Star
  • Three Small Blue Gems
  • Plastic
  • Pop Dots
  • Glossy Accents
  • Image of Unknown Fem Fatal

Key Chain – Mizuho Kazami (Please Teacher)

I had never seen Please Teacher until a few weeks after I married my husband. I tell you what this anime threw me for a loop. I am sure a few women out there have had the fantasy of what an all-female world would look like. Well its beautiful, women are smart, they pilot advance ships and the male population is less than 10%.  Oh and she has a small obsession with Pocky? I guess every girl needs a hobby. So this homage goes to Mizuho Kazami for being beautiful, smart, and being able to pilot an advance ship through subspace.

 

Materials:

  • Fashion Caps (Bottle Caps) 24 to a pack
  • Silver Plated Chain 1 foot
  • White Sculpey Clay 2oz
  • Key chain rings 15 to a pack,
  • Glitter glue
  • Plastic
  • Pop Dots
  • Glossy Accents
  • Image of Mizuho Kazami and the Pocky box

Key Chain – Sebastian (Black Butler)

Hello,

Ever get those days you want a little sinister in your tea or coffee? Well then Sebastian from Black Butler can fix that itch. This key chain is a little homage to my new favorite anime that screams sinister with an 1800 century twist. It’s decorated with a feather that has been hand crafter on both sides and curved to give it a more natural look. I added a clip hook so if I wanted I can take it off the key chain and attach it to any necklace. We must not forget his black heart that bling so nicely on the most ominous of days.

Materials:

  • Fashion Caps (Bottle Caps) 24 to a pack
  • Silver Plated Chain 1 foot
  • Black Sculpey Clay 2oz
  • Key chain rings 15 to a pack,
  • Black Paint
  • Black Heart Gem
  • Glitter glue
  • Plastic
  • Pop Dots
  • Glossy Accents
  • Image of Sebastian from Black Butler

Key Chain – Toru Handa (Fruits Basket)

Well since I am no longer a torched soul (well most days) my hands can work on happier and brighter things. Such as this Fruits Basket key chain.

Just to give a little history in the making of this key chain and what made me choose Toru Honda as my piece to create. Fruits Basket is a Japanese anime (animation cartoon) and manga (Comic) it’s one of those stories that make you want to do be a better person when life gets hard. Toru Honda is a young girl who has lost her mother and then her home, so far not sounding like a very happy story. However not once does she give in to the woes of the world, but has a pretty upbeat audited about it. While living in a tent she is found out by the neighboring residents (The Soma Family) who take her in, which she comes to find they are not so normal themselves. It’s funny, crazy, and an all-around amazing story.

Materials:

  • Fashion Caps (Bottle Caps) 24 to a pack
  • Silver Plated Chain 1 foot
  • White and Black Sculpey Clay 2oz
  • Key chain rings 15 to a pack,
  • Pink, Black and White Paint
  • Glitter glue
  • Plastic
  • Pop Dot
  • Glossy Accents
  • Image of Toru Honda