Tutorial: Sparkly Raindrop Pendant from Antique Fishing Lure

I’ve had these antique silver fishing lures in my stash for quite some time, and the other day it struck me that they’re quite familiarly shaped like raindrops. Paired with two of my favorite crafting products, glitter and Mod Podge Dimensional Magic, it makes for a lovely pendant.

  Full tutorial after the jump!

 

Leave me a comment if you make it! I’d love to see it!

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7 Responses to “Tutorial: Sparkly Raindrop Pendant from Antique Fishing Lure”

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  2. Vivian says:

    Lovely idea! I really, really want that antique fishing lure for a project of mine. How large is it? And where could I find one that doesn’t cost a fortune? FYI–I live in the desert so they are not easy to source locally. Any ideas you have would be appreciated. :)

  3. Lima says:

    Very pretty! And it’s so simple! Thanks you for sharing the tutorial, I linked it in a series I’m writing for my blog (http://rock-n-roll-stops-the-traffic.blogspot.it/2012/06/diy-from-head-to-toe-11.html#more), hope you don’t mind :)

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