Captain Marvel is Earth's Mightiest hero. To celebrate this amazing character and the release of CAPTAIN MARVEL on Digital and Blu-ray, I made some fun Captain Marvel jewelry that you can make at home!
DIY Captain Marvel Jewelry tutorial at the bottom of this post. Grab the image here.
I used my Cricut Maker to Print and cut the image out. I've included settings in the tutorial below for the best cutting settings.
What you will need
- Preheat oven or toaster to 300 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with Parchment paper and set aside.
- Print the Captain Marvel image on the Shrink Film paper. I used my Cricut Maker as a Print and Cut file (Complex settings, see notes for cut settings) You will need to resize and position the image. Just remember that the pieces will shrink to 50% the size.
- Cut the images from the Shrink Film Paper. Punch a hole in the marked area. You MUST do this before baking.
- Place the pieces on your prepared baking sheet. Make sure they are not touching each other and won't if they start to curl.
- Place in the oven for 1-2 minutes. Open to see if your design curled. If it did, take a flat spatula and flatten the design and heat an additional minute.
- Sand any sharp edges or excess plastic from the design. I used a nail file.
- Allow cooling before applying the dimensional magic. Heat will cause it to crack. Flood the medium over the design. Use a toothpick to pop any bubbles and clear the whole so you can put the jump ring on.
- Allow to dry for 24 hours or until the medium is completely hard. You'll be tempted to touch and feel but don't until at least 3 hours. The medium hardens slowly and you will leave fingerprints in the design.
- Once your design is complete use the jump rings to secure your design to the earrings and chain. I used gold to match the star.
- 350 Pressure
- 4x multicut
- More pressure
- Fine point blade