Welcome back to the 12 DIYs of Christmas for 2019. This year I’ve themed out most of the projects to use natural and recycled items. And today’s DIY is no different!
It’s important to me to not get so caught up in the commercialised side of Christmas, but to be able to enjoy the season with a little handmade magic and a lot of thought & care. Maybe it’s a sign of getting old, or maybe our mindsets are making a positive shift.
On that note, today I’m sharing these coastal wine glass rings, which is a super simple project. You can be as creative with it as you like, but it’s also a project that isn’t going to take all afternoon (winning)!
This is a pretty simple DIY that really doesn’t need much explaining!
If your shells don’t have natural holes in them, you may need to drill some holes using a small drill bit. This is easy to do, as long as you have access to a drill.
Mix and match your beads, pearls and shells on the wine glass rings to create a bunch of different combinations. Add the shells onto the jump rings to connect them to the wine glass rings.