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How to make a gift tag with a chandelier drop with monica

Make a Gift Tag With a Chandelier Drop With Monica

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Using a Chandelier Pendant, I used one with a flower on top and flat edges, choose the paint colors you want to work with.

Using a Chandelier Pendant, I used one with a flower on top and flat edges, choose the paint colors you want to work with.

I used my fingers to apply the green.

I used my fingers to apply the green.

While the green was still wet, I used some blue and blended it into the green with my fingers.

While the green was still wet, I used some blue and blended it into the green with my fingers.

Next I painted the flower a bright pink, for this I used a brush. I also painted the area around where the hook attaches to the pendant

Next I painted the flower a bright pink, for this I used a brush. I also painted the area around where the hook attaches to the pendant

After the pink dried, I added some orange highlights

After the pink dried, I added some orange highlights

After the orange dried I added some fine yellow lines from the middle of the flower going out towards the ends of the petals.

After the orange dried I added some fine yellow lines from the middle of the flower going out towards the ends of the petals.

Next I grabbed for my white Signo pen and did some doodling on the flower.

Next I grabbed for my white Signo pen and did some doodling on the flower.

For the edges I used black and white checked duct tape.

For the edges I used black and white checked duct tape.

Next I wrote my sentiment using the white Signo pen.

Next I wrote my sentiment using the white Signo pen.

I took my Chandelier Pendant out to the garage and sealed it with a high gloss sealer. The last thing I did was add rhinestones on the Pendant and in the center of the flower. Wrap your gift and done!

  • Relics and Artifacts Chandelier Drop
  • Green, blue, pink , orange, yellow paint
  • White signo pen
  • Checked duck tape