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Make a Message in a Bottle Necklace

26 January 2013 4,022 views 4 Comments

by rhonda

Make a message in abottle necklace (via dollarstorecrafts.com)

Did you see Carissa's recent tutorial for turning bottles of nail art glitter into easy necklaces? She wasn't the only person eyeing up those little bottles for jewelry-making purposes! Jessica at Mad in Crafts was inspired to turn a few of them into "message in a bottle" necklaces, each containing a special message or sentiment. It's a wonderfully thoughtful, unique idea that is perfect for Valentine's Day. Leave them plain or dress them up all fancy-like; she even offers a couple of ideas for beautiful variations on the design! [how to make a message in a bottle necklace]

Project estimate:

  • Nail art glitter bottles, $1
  • Paper, on hand
  • Chain, on hand or $1
  • Jump rings (optional), on hand
  • Bead or other embellishments (optional), on hand or $1 and up

Total: $1 and up

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4 Comments »

  • JackieToo said:

    Great idea! You could make mustard seed necklaces from those bottles, too. Do you think they are sturdy enough to use on a keychain?

  • Jessica Hill said:

    If you are using them on keychains, I would use a spot of super glue to keep the stopper in the bottle. But the bottle itself is very sturdy. Love the mustard seed idea!

  • Kitty said:

    As soon as I read about these little bottles, I went to the Dollar Tree and bought 3 packages. A very neat idea!

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