To make a Sharpie tinfoil pendant:
1) Cut a small (1 ½ inch) circle from an old cereal box.
2) Cut a slightly bigger circle from tin foil.
3) Draw a simple design on the cardboard, cover the outline of the design with glue and yarn, and set it aside to dry.
4) Cover the dull side of the tin foil with a glue stick, wrap the tin foil around the cardboard containing the design, and secure the tinfoil with a piece of tape on the backside of the pendant.
5) Rub the tinfoil on the front of the pendant with a piece of felt to help the yarn design show through.
6) Colour the design with Sharpies, and allow to dry.
7) Punch a hole in the top of the pendant, and add a pendant clasp. (These can be purchased inexpensively wherever craft supplies are sold, but a paper clip would work too.)
You could use a piece of yarn or ribbon, but I hung mine from a chain I had in my jewellery box. Cute, right?
I think this is a fantastic craft for kids of all ages. These Sharpie tinfoil pendants would make a fun homemade gift for Mother's Day too!
Gina (aka East Coast Mommy)