DIY Steampunk Jewelry/Ornament
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Start by looking through your options.
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You can also add gears to the back of your design.
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Once you decide, you can start gluing in place.
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If you want charms to move, use wires to attach.
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I decided to use wire and glue for my gears.
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Adding a few more touches.
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When adding tiny beads to wires, it's easier to pick them up using the wire.
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To add a 3D element, lock wire into gears.
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What you'll need
Old Jewelry
Gears, Old Jewelry
16 Gauge Wire
E600
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scissors
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grommet kit
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acrylic paint
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Clear Gel Tacky Glue
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Bristol board
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kneading eraser
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mat board, foam core board, or cardboard
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old, broken crayons
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Tacky Glue
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Mod Podge
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string
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little bell
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different paint brushes
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Crayola black pen
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paint brushes
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watercolor paper
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metallic paint
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glitter paint
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Sharpies, or oil markers
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markers
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Chalk Pastels
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watercolor pencils
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watercolor
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crayons
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paper
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leather lace
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Different Fabrics
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Hot Glue
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Different Trim
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pebbles or shells
Simple premixed sanded grout
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Beacon 527 glue
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Masking Tape, Or Duck Tape
Elmer's Glue All
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