DIY Alice In Wonderland “Drink Me” Necklace

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DIY Alice In Wonderland Drink Me NecklaceDIY Alice In Wonderland “Drink Me” Necklace
Photo – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ9UDIxRcAc



When I was a kid, Alice In Wonderland was one of the weirdest movies that I ever saw. I remember being so creeped out by the Chesire Cat that I dreamt about him for days. Now that I’m way older, I’m more entranced with Alice in Wonderland’s whimsical nature. I love to decorate my room with subtle elements from the Disney movie.

This fantastic video tutorial by ToniEllison will teach you how to make a super-cool necklace that is inspired by Alice and Wonderland. It’s got a gothic/retro touch that is so stylish!

Tools and Materials Needed:

1. Printed Illustration of A Scene from Alice In Wonderland (size should fit that of the pendant)
2. Bezel (you can get one at Hobby Lobby) (no affiliation)
3. Elmer’s Craft Glue
4. Elmer’s Clear Glue
5. Food Coloring (Blue)
6. Paint Brush
7. Tweezers
8. Modge Podge
9. Miniature Bottles (you can get them at Michael’s or other arts and crafts stores)
10. Toothpick
11. Tiny “Drink Me” Label in Size 8 Font
12. String
13. Eye Pin
14. Metal Tweezer
15. Scissors
16. Old Necklace Chain

Comments/Suggestions:

1. Alice In Wonderland was originally a world-famous novel by English Author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson who wrote under the pseudonym of Lewis Carroll. Even though this novel is already considered a classic piece of literature (it was first published in 1865), Alice in Wonderland is still one of the most loved children’s books.

Trivia: Walt Disney made Alice in Wonderland into an animated film in 1951. Did you know that the voice behind Alice is also the same person who voiced the character of Wendy in Peter Pan?

2. If you have old necklaces that you no longer use, you can take out the pendant and just use the chain to make your “Drink Me” necklace.

3. You can make your own Modge Podge by mixing one part of regular Elmer’s Glue with 1/2 part water. So for example, if you want to make a modge podge out of a 1/2 cup of glue, mix in 1/4 cup of water and blend well. This creates a shiny, protective sheen on your necklace.

4. A vintage Alice picture makes your pendant look more whimsical. Try wearing this necklace with a flowy top and skinny jeans. Wear a cute hat and you’re all set! 😉

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