Introduction: Fairy in a Bottle

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My daughter wanted me to make her some new jewelry today, and I decided to treat myself with a five-dollar healing fairy from Legend of Zelda. This took less than half an hour, and I am pleased with the little conversation piece.

(The jewelry my daughter loves so much, by the way, is from and .)

Step 1: Step 1: Thread That Bead and Start Bending

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Step 2: Fill Your Bottle

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No pictures of this step, since there wasn't much to show. Fill your bottle with something thick and clear. I used glycerin, but something thicker to suspend the charm would be more ideal. Resin, maybe?

Step 3: Chalk Break.

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The three year old in your life may decide it's time for chalk robots at this point. Leave your fairy to settle.

Step 4: In Case of Death, Break Glass.

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Insert the charm, aaaaand done.


Whovian123 (author)2016-08-03


inuyashafan189 (author)2015-07-04

lol chalk break. Really nice though, I am going to try this.

tcolo'n (author)2014-12-11

What kind of wire did you use?

semery4 (author)2013-07-01

This is awesome, thanks for sharing! Where did you buy the bottle and the glycerin?

cahaidusek (author)semery42013-07-11

You can get glycerin at just about any supermarket or drugstore. The bottle was at Hobby Lobby

anonygrazer (author)2013-03-28

That is just too cool.

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