Stamp design onto scrap paper and color it with the
Place the glass pebble over the design and trace around it
with the pencil.
Cut out the shape and glue it to the pebble using the Glossy
After the Glossy Accents is dry, trim the paper closer to the
Using the needlenose plier, shape the wire around the bottom
circumference of the pebble and bend it upward to end in a swirl or
squiggle design. Clip off
Press pebble onto the circumference wire to flatten it, and
then glue the pebble and the wire together using 527 household cement.
If the bottom of the note holder is untidy, trace the pebble
on a decorative paper then cut it out and glue it over the wire.
A photograph can be glued to the bottom of the pebble instead
of using a stamped design. If
you use a computer-generated picture, run it through a Xyron machine
first with the picture side down to make a sticker to attach to the
pebble. (Computer pictures
will bleed if moistened by the glue.)
Cover the bottom of the note holder with a piece of felt fastened
on with Terrifically Tacky Tape.
Designs can be stamped directly onto the glass pebble using
Staz-On ink. Color the
designs with pearlescent acrylic paint.
After the paint is dry, apply Glossy Accent to the bottom of the
pebble and sprinkle on glitter. Let
the pebble dry upside-down before proceeding to the next steps.
Small pieces of One-Stroke decals (Plaid) can be applied to
the glass pebbles. Light-colored
glitter then can be adhered with the Glossy Accent before gluing on the
Holographic paper can be stamped with word designs before
gluing onto pebble for a 3-D effect.