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Sunday, October 18, 2009

How to Personalize Beaded Keychains


How to Personalize Beaded Keychains


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You've heard of personalized pencils,but have you ever heard of personalized beads? You can make some of your own by following these steps.

Steps


  1. Take out as may beads as needed to spell one name.
  2. Open up the acrylic paint and paint each bead. Two different colors are best.
  3. Use a darker/lighter color of paint. Paint one letter on each bead.
  4. Wait for about half an hour or so for the beads to dry.
  5. Tie a knot on to one end of string. Slip the beads on.
  6. Add a keychain ring to the other end of the string. You are done!


Tips


  • These are great every day gifts.


Warnings


  • Don't let children under the age of 4 swallow any of the beads.


Things You'll Need


  • acrylic paint
  • clear beads
  • names
  • paint brushes
  • string
  • keychain ring


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