2.19.2014

DIY: Bucky & Natasha (MARVEL) Necklace

It is now safe to post this necklace! It was gift for a friend and she has received it!

She is a huge fan of both Bucky (Winter Soldier) and Natasha (Black Widow), both characters from MARVEL. I had an extra Black Widow Disney vinylmation so I sent that to her and decided to make her a necklace as well!


I used a 1" scrabble tile, found a panel that had both of them AND would fit on the square, stuck an epoxy square sticker over it and done!

The hardest part was finding a photo that would work! I did cut up a Winter Soldier comic for this but I had rescued them from the 3 for a dollar bin at a comic shop!!

I then E6000 a bail on the back, created a chain (more like cut up a long strain to about 18" and add rings) and tada!! I made a necklace. I want to blame my friend Jess for getting me majorly into jewelry making. Even though she works with real stones and metals, I make geeky jewelry.


She loved it. That makes me happy.


I made a Clint Barton and Lucky one on a scrabble tile but I'm debating if I want to make it into a keychain or something else. I already glued a bail on the back but I'm wondering if I can pop it off and turn it into a pin.

Or maybe add it to a bow... I don't know. I'm running out of room on my necklace board to the point where I'm losing necklaces around the house. I think they fall off the push pins I'm using to hold them. I created my own necklace board which I may show off! It's Disney Princess theme but due to the amount of necklaces, you can't really see them anymore.

What have you created lately? Please share!!

5 comments

  1. Great Idea. This Necklace is just an awesome gift. :D

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  2. CUTE! I have no idea where to start with making jewelry, but would love to make some fun pieces for my sister and I!
    As for creating: I've only done some doodling. But I like to draw. I painted a project of mine some more, but haven't had the patience for the finer touches, which would--of course--finish the project. I am a master procrastinator for some reason.

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  3. D'aaww, so cute! I've wanted to try making these types of necklaces since I mostly do beadwork and stuff. One of these days I'll have the courage to cut up comic books, haha.

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  4. So pretty. The Clint Barton and lucky one sounds super rad.

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  5. This is so cute, and it sounds pretty easy to make.

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