I first saw pendants made from washers in 2009 in Australia, painted by Aboriginal artists with their traditional dot patterns.  Since then I've seen various takes on this craft.  This is my version.

I first saw pendants made from washers in 2009 in Australia, painted by Aboriginal artists with their traditional dot patterns. Since then I've seen various takes on this craft. This is my version.

Tutorial: Alcohol Ink + Washer Necklaces http://littlebirdiesecrets.blogspot.com/2009/12/washer-necklaces.html

Tutorial: Alcohol Ink + Washer Necklaces http://littlebirdiesecrets.blogspot.com/2009/12/washer-necklaces.html

Sliding knot tutorial.......I UNDERSTAND IT NOW! Geeee just saved myself a lot of time and energy!

Sliding knot tutorial.......I UNDERSTAND IT NOW! Geeee just saved myself a lot of time and energy!

Button bowl: Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry. Modge podge over the top. Let dry. Pop balloon.  WOAH

Create a Unique Bowl Using Old Buttons

Button bowl: Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry. Modge podge over the top. Let dry. Pop balloon. WOAH

DIY Coasters - buy cheap tiles and scrapbook paper: use sponge brush and apply a light coat of mod podge to tiles, center design on tile (let dry 20 min.), apply another coat and let dry, repeat process 5 or 6 times, apply a sealant like polyurethane spray, glue felt or cork to the bottom of the tiles. (mod podge may take up to a month to fully cure)

DIY Coasters - buy cheap tiles and scrapbook paper: use sponge brush and apply a light coat of mod podge to tiles, center design on tile (let dry 20 min.), apply another coat and let dry, repeat process 5 or 6 times, apply a sealant like polyurethane spray, glue felt or cork to the bottom of the tiles. (mod podge may take up to a month to fully cure)

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