picture of her name online at virtual-egypt.com (5 1/2 inches tall) and then traced it onto the plastic lid with permanent markers. She cut it out and punched a hole in it. Then we put it the oven at 350 for 2-3 minutes. Until it was done curling and flat again. Then voila, a cool egyptian name pendant!
Note: I used a screen shot to get a printable copy from this cartouche maker website. Or you could just free hand a traceable alphabet. You can have one name cartouche ready for each girl making a pendant to make things easier. My daughter embellished the edges of the cartouche with curly cues and dots which was fun and cute. You can also get the plastic from the containers used for bakery cookies and brownies. The rings and tools to attach the pendants to a chain or rope are in the beading section of any craft store.