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Wednesday
Sep082010

charming diy craft

These wine glass charms were a super fun craft that my sis-in-law, Colleen, put together for a bridal shower. Perfect for any group of gals, using their personal taste to create something unique and sassy.

Just combine any bead with any wire in any shape. I just loved how easy this craft was, especially for the non-crafty types. And the perfect job for the leftover stash of unwanted beads! My charms turned out more dull than others', because I wanted to coordinate with my kitchen color! < nerd

Supplies/Tools
} A selection of colored wire
} A slew of leftover beads // all shapes & sizes
} Wire cutter
} Needle nose plier

And this is my adorable nephew, Van, that is the creative genius behind Colleen's blog name, Chipmonkey. I included him just for show and tell.

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Those are so cool! What an easy craft and a great look. Thanks so much, I'll be linking to this.

September 9, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRachel

Hi, Just saw this on oneprettything, and am going to share it with my readers on my weekly international blog linking party, would love to see you there with other projects too, every sunday but open until Tuesday or so.....all the best!

September 12, 2010 | Unregistered Commentercreativejewishmom/sara

How adorable! Maybe I should try this on my sister's upcoming exhibit. This would perfectly fit her metallic theme. I should wrap our recycled glass tumblers with thicker black wires to have some variation on your part.

March 15, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJhames Stewart

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