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Kalideoscope Mason Jar Ornament

Kalideoscope Mason Jar Ornament
Kalideoscope Mason Jar Ornament
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If you're an avid crafter or DIYer, you probably have a bunch of mismatched gems, buttons, sequins, and more waiting in your craft stash just begging to be added to a project. Look no further than the Kalideoscope Mason Jar Ornament to give these odds and ends a home. This lovely little mason jar craft lid project combines glue, miscellaneous crafting items, and a mason jar top to make a glittery little project. You'll love how the rainbow of colors looks on your tree. Want to go the extra mile? Consider sorting your gems by color and making color-coordinated cuties.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening



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OH my GOSH these are the coolest little ornament trinkets I have seen. You can use these to hang on your doorknobs around the house, too! Wrap your gift bags up with one of these little baubles. It is so randomly strewn together and that is the fun of it. There is no rhyme or reason to the design, so that the kids can help.

This is a very cool idea. I have tons of beads, buttons and rhinestones that I can use. I have them left over from other projects but not enough to make one item using just one kind. This us perfect and it's so easy to do. My ten year old grand daughter can do it with me.


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