Monday, December 16

DIY Snow Globe Necklace

  After you deck your halls, why not deck yourself with a tiny wearable snow globe?  In just a few simple steps with you can turn a mini-tree into an attention grabbing necklace sure to garner compliments throughout the holiday season.  Make a pair of festive matching earrings and you're ready to hit the holiday party scene in style.

 You will need:
2" mini glass jar with cork topper
2 1" mini glass jars with cork toppers
Tinsel trim
Mini tree
Tulip Fashion Glitter in multi ultra fine crystal
Aleene's Jewelry and Metal Glue acrylic adhesive tabs
Aleene's Tacky Glue
3 mini eye screws
2 earring wires
10mm jump ring
Ball chain and connector
Scissors
Chain nose pliers
 Step one: Cut top off of mini-tree to fit inside of large glass jar.  Place an adhesive tab on bottom.
Step two: Use chain nose pliers to secure tree on bottom of jar.  Step three: Shake glitter into jar.  Step four: Add glue to cork, insert.  Add glue to screw and use chain nose pliers to twist into cork.  Let dry. Step four: Wrap and knot tinsel trim around rim of glass jar.  Step six: Make some matching glitter earrings and attach jewelry findings with chain nose pliers.
Now that's what I call quick and easy!

Ho, ho, hope you enjoy.
Would you wear a mini-snow globe necklace?  Let us know in the comments.  Join the crafty conversation on Facebook.  For more quick and easy ideas, visit me at The Impatient Crafter.
Cheers,
Madge

8 comments:

  1. This is just too darned cute! I think that I would make little snowglobe ornaments for the tree. I can think of all sorts of little miniatures that would look great in these wee bottles. So clever! Enjoy the day, Miss Madge! Erin

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  3. Thanks for this simply lovely tutorial! I love them and I would wear them!

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  4. The post is really informative. Now grooms can get help from here and make the preparations of their day by following these directions.


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  5. where do you find the little glass jars? thanks

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  6. Check Etsy, Ebay, and Amazon. I've seen them all over. Great job, Madge - absolutely adorable!

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