- 2 Fat Friar glass bottles
- 2 gold ring bases
- 12 inches of non-tarnish silver wire, 22 gauge
- 12 inches of non-tarnish gunmetal wire, 24 gauge
- 1 antique gold tiny heart charm
- 1 skull and crossbones charm
- 527 Glue
- Chain nose pliers
- Wire cutters
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Step 1: Wire Wrap Charm Onto Bottle
Remove the cork from one of the bottles. Loosely wrap the wire around the neck of the bottle, leaving a 1 ½” tail at each end. Thread the heart charm onto the wire. Using your chain nose pliers loosely twist the wire tails around the charm base.
Step 2: Fill Bottle With Glitter and Cork
Fill the bottle half-full of glitter. If you wish to permanently seal the bottle put a small dab of glue on the side of the cork. Place the cork in the bottle.
Step 3: Glue Ring to Bottle and Allow Time to Dry
Set the bottle upside down so that it rests on the cork. If the cork top is not even you may need to balance the bottle against something as shown. Place a small drop of glue in the center of the bottle base. Place the ring base on the glue. Twist the ring base counterclockwise one revolution to make sure the glue is evenly distributed. Allow to dry in a secure place for 24 hours.
Step 4: Repeat
Repeat to make other ring