Since making the crown for Olivia she has been dressing up every night as a Princess. Sofia is her favorite right now and she kept telling me she really needed an Amulet of Avalor.
For those unfamiliar with Sofia, her amulet allows her to speak with animals as well as other mysterious qualities that have yet to be revealed. The Disney Amulets are out of stock and Amazon sellers are trying to pawn off the $10 item for $44!
I picked an oval Mod Podgeable Shape and traced it onto some purple silk ribbon.
You can also use purple paper, fabric, anything that can be glued to the shape.
Cut out your shape and using Mod Podge, adhere it to the surface.
I chose to put it on the back of the shape because I was using ribbon which didn’t have a real clean cut. By putting it on the back I disguised that.
Add a layer of Mod Podge over the back of the ribbon as well to really seal it.
After the Mod Podge has dried, flip over your pendant and, following the directions on the Mod Podge Dimensional Magic, add a nice layer to the front of the shape. Set aside to dry.
I didn’t have a ball chain but I did have a bunch of ball key chains, so I just connected several of those together, and added some wooden purple beads my daughter had.
Once the pendant was dry I added a jump ring and then strung that onto the necklace with the beads.
I couldn’t have a more happy girl:
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