Introduction: Not Your Grandma's Pearl Necklace- Pearl Bottle Necklace

Is your Grandma always suggesting that you wear a pearl necklace?

do you have classic style but want to mix it up?

looking for quick necklaces to make for gifts?

this instructable is for you!

if you like it you can vote for it in the homemade gifts and 3 ingredient challenge soon.

thanks! hope you enjoy!


Step 1: Gather Materials

For this instructable you'll need:

-Bottle necklace set (pack of 8 bottle necklaces that I used is from Michaels. If you are only planning on making one you will need the equivalent materials but I got the pack of 8 because with a coupon it'll be a good deal for presents!)

-glue (any kind that will adhere to the material your bottle is and cork. I used E6000 but it is not the best glue to be touching)

-Small pearl beads (the smaller they are, the more will fit into your bottle necklace and that will make it look better. they definately need to at least fit into the bottle opening. my pack of beads are 4 mm big)

Step 2: Assemble Necklace

-Open the bottle necklace set package and loop a chain through the jump ring that is attached to the cork (open jump ring slightly with your fingers, feed chain through then close jump ring.

Step 3: Fill Bottle With Pearl Beads

Fill the bottle to your liking with pearl beads. make sure you leave enough room for the cork to go into the bottle.

I filled mine all the way I could but you can fill it less!

Step 4: Glue Cork Into Bottle

put a little glue onto the bottom of the cork and place it into the bottle. Let dry completely.

Step 5: TAAAADAHHHHHH You're Done!

wear your necklace now! I am not a "pearl person" but this necklace weirdly makes me feel good. Maybe its all the compliments I am getting and it only took me a few minutes to make! :)

Can dress this necklace up or down.

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