July 18, 2013

Summer Colors Mason Jar Charms

Learn how to make a simple set of drink charms to fit your mason jars using simple supplies.


Supplies Needed to Make Mason Jar Drink Charms

  • Large hair elastics
  • Jump rings (I used 9mm)
  • Assorted bubble charms
  • Printed images to fit charms


For my charms, I used the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio (Square 25) and the square two-sided charms. 


The EC Shape Studio comes in several shapes or I've seen other charms with press-in epoxy bubbles. Check the jewelry-making supplies aisle of your local craft store. (For an even easier and cheaper alternative, see the end of this post.)

Select an image for your charms and print to fit. I used my colorful daisy photos, but any favorite image or set of images will work. The square charms are two-sided so I created coordinating monogram squares for the reverse. 


After gluing the images to the charms, I attached the charms to matching hairbinders using 9mm jump rings. (Tip: Twist rather than pull the jump rings open and shut.)


Looking for a quicker alternative? Or perhaps you have a set of printable tags you'd like to use at your next event? Try this: attach paperclips to hairbinders using jump rings. 


Add your own tag to personalize or provide blank tags and a pen for guests to label their glass.


Enjoy! I'd love to see what you create. If you share on Instagram, tag me (@laurakingsburyjones) or use #leftonpeninsularoad so I'll see them!

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DIY a set of inexpensive drink charms for your next picnic or BBQ! Perfect size for Mason Jar glasses.




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