Bottled Glitter Necklaces

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Since Mother's Day was right around the corner, i decided to make these pretty glitter necklaces. They're really easy and fast to make. And you can basically buy most of your materials in one store (i went to Michaels). So, let's begin!

Supplies:

Step 1: Materials

The materials you need are:

1) Tiny glass bottles (or potion bottles or vials)

2) Glitter

3) 24 in. necklace chain

4) Jump rings

5) Charms

6) Pliers

7) Crazy Glue

Step 2: Adding Your Glitter

For the second step, pick any color of glitter and pour your glitter into your tiny bottle a little less than half way. After that, crazy glue the rim of the bottle and stick the cork in.

Step 3: Adding Your Chain

The next step is to string your necklace chain through the jump ring that was already attached to the cork. After that, take a jump ring and a pair of pliers and use the pliers to hold the jump ring while you pull it open with your hand. Once the ring is open hook both ends of the necklace chain and close up the jump ring.

Step 4: Adding Your Charm

Next, choose your charm. After that, take your pliers and open up the jump ring that should already be attached to your charm. Then, you connect it to the jump ring attached to the cork and close it up.

Step 5: Your FInished!

I was really impressed how this turned out and it made a great Mother's Day gift. I hope you guys liked my instructable and if not, sorry. But, i did my best and i really like it so, yeah. Bye!

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    2023esksa

    1 year ago

    i loved this and i ended up giving it to my bf

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    EmilyHayes

    2 years ago

    Looks really cool and I can't wait to try it!

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    Snazzy_Girl_2003

    4 years ago

    Why is everyone saying #ferociousdonuts!?!

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    tomatoskins

    4 years ago on Introduction

    This turned out looking great! Thanks for sharing and congratulations on your first instructable!