DIY Dollar Store Crafts: Glass Bead Vase by Nisha 🌞 Sebastian - Musely
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DIY Dollar Store Crafts: Glass Bead Vase

posted in Home & Garden > Decor
05/05/2015
  • To make these glass bead candle holders the first thing you need to do is take a small amount of glue and apply it to the back of the glass bead. Next press that bead against the very top of the glass.
    To make these glass bead candle holders the first thing you need to do is take a small amount of glue and apply it to the back of the glass bead. Next press that bead against the very top of the glass.
  • You will keep doing this in a line around the top of the glass until you’ve gone around completely. It will look like this picture below.
    You will keep doing this in a line around the top of the glass until you’ve gone around completely. It will look like this picture below.
  • Once the first line is done start adding a second line directly under the first with the beads. Add them one at a time. If there is a little space between the beads or you end not being able to connect the circle that’s ok. Just try to get the beads as close as you can.
    Once the first line is done start adding a second line directly under the first with the beads. Add them one at a time. If there is a little space between the beads or you end not being able to connect the circle that’s ok. Just try to get the beads as close as you can.
  • Now just keep going until the glass is completely covered in glass beads. It took me about 20 minutes to completely cover mine. This is what the finished candle holder looked like.
    Now just keep going until the glass is completely covered in glass beads. It took me about 20 minutes to completely cover mine. This is what the finished candle holder looked like.
  • And here’s how it looks lit up with a candle inside
    And here’s how it looks lit up with a candle inside

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