How to MAKE a CROWNED CHERUB RELIC PENDANT With Kimberly

Our Relics and Artifacts Ambassador Kimberly Cochrane shows you how to create this unique piece of art to wear everywhere!!!

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How to MAKE a CROWNED CHERUB RELIC PENDANT With Kimberly
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Measure out your lamp banding and place inside how you  will lay out your pieces.

Measure out your lamp banding and place inside how you will lay out your pieces.

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I did a light wash using the acrylic  paint over my R&A head at this point. Solder your lamp banding together

I did a light wash using the acrylic paint over my R&A head at this point. Solder your lamp banding together

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Mix up your Apoxy Sculpt . Measure lace

Mix up your Apoxy Sculpt . Measure lace

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Lay ontop of the Apoxy your lace, R&A head, and crown.

Lay ontop of the Apoxy your lace, R&A head, and crown.

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Take your soldered lamp banding and press down completly  into the apoxy. Make sure to also press down into the apoxy  sculpt your head, crown and lace. Cut away excess

Take your soldered lamp banding and press down completly into the apoxy. Make sure to also press down into the apoxy sculpt your head, crown and lace. Cut away excess

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After your apoxy has dried, apply painters tape all  the way around your piece. make sure it is sealed  well enough so when you pour your resin it will not seep out. Let dry 24 hours

After your apoxy has dried, apply painters tape all the way around your piece. make sure it is sealed well enough so when you pour your resin it will not seep out. Let dry 24 hours

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Now you can glue on a bail to the back side of your pendant  and add to a chain of your choosing. And now you have a truly  unique one of a kind necklace!

Now you can glue on a bail to the back side of your pendant and add to a chain of your choosing. And now you have a truly unique one of a kind necklace!

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What a treasure!

What a treasure!

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A magnificent pendant you'll want to wear again and again. For Kimberly's inspiration visit the Muse at www.sandraevertson.com

A magnificent pendant you'll want to wear again and again. For Kimberly's inspiration visit the Muse at www.sandraevertson.com

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