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Saving the world one Gnome at a time!!!

Hi all Kelli here today with a cute litte piece of jewelry!  Now what does that have to do with saving the world..... Let me tell you friends, we are using a water bottle for this bracelet.  Yep that's right a water bottle!!!  Now unfortunately I only have pictures of the finished product because I wasn't quite sure how this was going to turn out!  I know I know I should take photos anyway but I am sorry!!!

What you need to make this bracelet is a water bottle, the thicker the better, I used a VOSS water bottle but use what you have, a collage sheet from AlteredPages.com, I used the Gnomes and Trolls , sheet AP 2029, I love the Gnomes!!!, some old book pages,  some mod podge, a button, some cord, a big paper clip, and some patience. 

Unfortunately I don't have pictures of the process but will have a tutorial on my blog for it on Saturday!  Please come check it out!!!





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