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By Suzann Sladcik Wilson

Pink Diamonds and Kisses Necklace and Boudoir Jewelry Boxes by Suzann Sladcik Wilson

Pink Diamonds and Kisses Necklace and Boudoir Jewelry Boxes by Suzann Sladcik Wilson

Welcome to the Buckle Boutique Blog Hop for Marisa Pawelko’s fabulous line of rhinestone sticker sheets! When my friend Marisa offered me the chance to work with her new line of rhinestone sticker sheets, I was so excited! The colors in the line are absolutely fabulous.


Want to make your own? Here’s how!

Boudoir Jewelry Boxes

Materials for Boudior Jewelry Boxes

Materials for Boudoir Jewelry Boxes


  • Set of 2 Jewelry Boxes
  • Black Acrylic Paint
  • Foam Brush
  • Boudoir Quad Dazzling Diamond Self Adhesive Sticker Sheet
  • Scissors
  • Ruler

IMG_4591!. Paint wooden boxes black with acrylic paint, both inside and out.

2. Measure the center of the top of the box and cut square in desired pattern.

3. Remove backing from the Rhinestone Sticker Sheet and apply to box.

4. Measure the outer square and cut panels to cover the outer rim. Cut sections to cover from a different pattern of the Boudoir Quad.

5. Repeat step 3.

6. Measure the sides of the box and cut panels to cover the sides from the same pattern used to cover the outer rim of top of the box.

7. Repeat step 3.

Pink Diamond and Kisses Necklace


  • Boudoir Quad Dazzling Diamond Self Adhesive Sticker Sheet
  • Makin’s Clay in Black
  • Jump Rings
  • Circle Links
  • Circle Cutters in Small, Medium, and Large
  • Hole Punch Pliers
  • Chain Nose and Flat Nose Pliers
  • Scissors
  • Black Marker
  • Toggle Clasp


1. Roll out your clay into a thin sheet. (Tip: If you are using a clay conditioning machine to do this, make sure it is set to the third from the largest opening.)

IMG_45972. Using your cutters, cut one large circle, 4 medium circles, and 6 small circles. Allow to dry overnight.

3. Then, using your cutters as a template, trace a large circle on the roses section, four pink diamonds with your medium cutter on the pink diamond sections, and 4 larger lips and 2 smaller lips with your small cutter on the lip section. Cut out all of your circles using your scissors.

4. Apply the rhinestone sticker sheet circles to the clay pieces by removing the backing of the sticker sheets. Trim any overlapping sticker sheet from around your clay circles.

5. On the top of your big circle, make a hole using your hole punch pliers. On the rest of your circles, make a hole at the top and bottom.

6.  Using your flat nose and chain nose pliers, open one jump ring. Slip one half of your jump ring through the bottom hole of one of your larger lip circles. Hook the other half of the jump ring through a circle link. Close your jump ring.

7. Repeat step 6 with the top hole of your larger lip circle.

8. Connect the bottom of medium pink diamond circle using a jump ring to the top circle link of the larger lip circle.

9. Continue linking your circle pieces together as shown in the picture above.

10. At the top of your chain of circle pieces, attach three circle links with jump rings.


Please make sure to hop on through and stop by these other blogs to see what others have made using Marisa Pawelko’s Rhinstone Sticker Sheets!

Marisa Pawelko – http://blog.modernsurrealist.com/events/modern-surrealist-adhesive-rhinestone-sheets-blog-hop

Elena Lai Etcheverry – http://www.charitywings.org/bling-blog-hop/

Vicki O’Dell – http://wp.me/p1xnad-2hp

Jennifer Priest –http://www.jenniferppriest.com/?p=11030

Margot Potter –http://diydoyenne.com/bling-blog-hop/

Tanner Bell –http://www.alittlecraftinyourday.com/2015/04/11/marisa_blog_hop/

Shawn Moschhttp://craftychicsblog.blogspot.com/2015/04/bling-blog-hop.html