{Glow-in-the Dark} Trick or Treat Pendant

{Glow-in-the Dark} Trick or Treat Pendant

A few years ago when Hobby Lobby first opened in Central Florida I stocked up on a wide variety of pendants. Knowing that one day I would want to make customized pendants using the fabulous Dimensional Magic! Before we left for vacation I made this haunting necklace. I decided to add a layer of Glow-In-The-Dark Mod Podge before sealing it with the Dimensional Magic to give it a mysterious and enchanting look. I plan to give this to one of my favorite spooky ghouls!

Trick or Treat Dimensional Magic Necklace

Supplies:

Halloween Paper (Martha Stewart Mat Pad)

1″ circular hole punch

Circular Pendant

Dimensional Magic

Glow-in-the-Dark Mod Podge

Foam Brush/Plate

Mod Podge Silcone Mat

Paper Clip (for getting out air bubbles)

Trick or Treat Dimensional Magic Necklace

Using a 1″ hole circular hole punch cut out your favorite Halloween phrase.

Trick or Treat Dimensional Magic Necklace

Once your piece of paper has been cut to size make sure it fits in your pendant.

Trick or Treat Dimensional Magic Necklace

Then, using a foam brush, dab a little of the Glow-in-the-Dark Mod Podge on to the bottom of the pendant. (Not pictured) place the paper in the pendant then dab a little bit of Glow-in-the-Dark Mod Podge on the front of the “trick or treat” design. Let it dry 20 minutes.

Trick or Treat Dimensional Magic Necklace

Once the pendant is dry its time to apply a generous amount of Dimensional magic to your pendant.

Trick or Treat Dimensional Magic Necklace

I use the end of a paper clip when I get air bubbles (pictured above).

Trick or Treat Dimensional Magic Necklace

Now, let your pendant dry over night.

Glow-in-the-Dark Trick or Treat Pendant

Now, where your pendant during the most haunting holidays of all!

{Glow-in-the Dark} Trick or Treat Pendant

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Comments

  1. I found this post on shelterness. Great DIY! I’m kind of embarrassed to say that I had no idea that Mod Podge came in a glow-in-the-dark version! I know what I’m going to buy this weekend.

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  1. [...] A fun and also useful idea is to make a glow-in-the-dark pendant. You need a circular pendant, Halloween paper, glow-in-the-dark mod podge and a hole punch.{found on sewwoodsy}. [...]

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