A couple of years ago Graphicus released 4 DL plates of baubles for Christmas. I loved them all, but was really torn by the Rennie Mackintosh inspired one and the Klimt inspired ones. Jo bought them all so I just used hers. As soon as I saw the Klimt ones I knew I wanted to make a necklace with them.
I first stamped each bauble onto sanded clear shrink plastic using black Stazon, then punched a hole in the top of each one using a Crop-a-dile before shrinking them with a heat tool.Once they were shrunk I stuck them to a sheet of double sided adhesive and cut them out. I re-opened the hole by putting the tip of a pokey tool through it (be very careful here as I managed to poke myself in the finger LOL!!!).
Once that was done I took the backing off and put variegate metal leaf (don't know what colourway it was) on the back and sealed it with a varnish before putting jump rings through each hole and putting it onto a cord.
Sorry the photo's not too good. The flash bounced off the metal leaf (note to self - take photos of objects with metal leaf in daylight!!)