So, pretty much every blog in the craft world has done some take on the washer necklace. I recently inherited a bunch of washers from the set (yes, everyone looked at me like I was very strange when I got super excited about washers. But I'm used to everyone looking at me like I'm strange. No big deal.)... So here's my first washer necklace. I didn't take any process photos, so if anything's confusing, let me know.
1. Take your washer and trace it onto your paper, opposite side of the pattern you're using, so that the pencil doesn't show through.
2. Cut out, or if you happen to have punches that fit the sizes exactly (lucky you!) use those!)
3. Slap some mod podge down on your washer, and lay the paper (patterned side up) on top. Let it dry a bit. (If you like, you can cover the edges or the back with more patterned paper, but I like the look of the washer itself)
4. Lay on a thick coat of Diamond Glaze and let it dry (hardest part! I recommend letting it dry at least overnight, so that you don't end up with any fingerprints on your necklace).
here's a tutorial that you can follow along with.
Let me know if you end up trying this out! Or if you've already tried it, let me know if you have any tips to improve it.