Tuesday, September 15, 2015

12th Man Projects for Seahawks Fans

Make this Go Hawks Glass Block

This project is easy to do and looks terrific!

One 7.5"x7.5" Glass Block
Green Go Hawks Vinyl
One Set of Blue and Green Firefly Lights
3 Double A Batteries
Blue and Green Ribbon
Football Textured Paper

Burnish Go Hawks vinyl to the front of the glass block.
Glue to football paper to the back of the glass block.
Add batteries to the lights and place inside of the glass block. Leave the box with the on/off switch out of the block.
Tie the ribbon around the entire outside of the block and tie a bow.

Easy Seahawks Tile Pendant Tutorial

Christy shows us how easy it is to create this Seattle Seahawks glass tile pendant necklace.  All of the supplies for this craft project can be found at Ben Franklin of Bonney Lake.

Glass Tile
Seahawks Ribbon
Bale (A bale is the metal loop that your chain goes through.)
Diamond Glaze Adhesive
E6000 Glue
Ball Chain
Optional: Add on Beads

Cut the ribbon to fit size and shape of your glass tile.
Use Diamond Glaze to glue ribbon to the back of the glass tile.
Make sure to clean off any excess Diamond Glaze and allow to dry.
Attach the bale to the back of the tile with E6000 glue. (A bale is the metal loop that your chain goes through.)
Allow this to dry completely and you are ready to add your ball chain.

Now, you can add on optional beads as accents, or wear as is.

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21121 Hwy 410, Bonney Lake, WA 98391

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