-Rubber Stamp - I'm using a leaf from the Red Rubber Designs "Place in My Heart" stamp set. I really like leaf motifs and this stamp is solid enough to show up well in the dichroic glass, but also has nice detail in the veining.
-Complimentary color of acrylic paint. (Dark colors will make the image stand out the best.)
-Cheep flat paint brush
1. This first step, for some, will be the toughest....You'll need to cut your glass to fit inside the pendant blank. If you are a glass crafter, this is not a problem, but if you are not used to cutting glass, this may present a challenge. Since this post is about stamping, not about cutting glass, I'm not going to go into how to cut glass. If you are not familiar with it and don't have the tools, you have options. 1 - find a glass shop in your area and have them cut if for you - even hardware stores that do window repair have what it takes to cut the glass. or 2 - if you order the glass from someone online, ask them to cut a piece the size you need.