Oh, look, it’s me!
Need a jewelry holder? Well, you’re in luck because I did too and, because it’s me, you know it had to involve ninjas or mushrooms.
Even better, it resulted in a tutorial for you!! You know, because I’m cool like that. :)
Ninja Jewelry Holder Tutorial
Step 1: Assemble your supplies.
For this jewelry holder, I used 2 thrifted crystal plates that I got for $2, an old shot glass, and a ninja toy. Make sure that all of the pieces are thoroughly cleaned and dry. You are also going to need some glue. We had some E6000 at my house, but you could probably use any glue meant for glass and be cool, too.
Step 2: Glue.
Put glue on the center of the plate that you are using for the bottom of the jewelry holder and on the bottom of the ninja.
Step 3: Apply ninja.
Put the ninja in the middle of the plate (on the glue you just put there) and press down for at least 10 seconds to secure the bond of the glue just a little. :)
Step 4: Glue the glass.
Put glue all around the edge of the shot glass. Be careful not to put so much on that it drips down the side of the glass. It’s not the end of the world if it does--it just creates more work for you because you’ll have to clean the excess glue off before it dries.
Step 5: Encase the ninja.
Lower the shot glass over the top of the ninja being careful not to get glue on the ninja. Press the shot glass down against the plate for at least 10 seconds to secure the bond of the glue.
Step 6: Glue, again.
Put glue on bottom of shot glass and bottom of the plate that you are using for the top of the jewelry holder.
Press down on the middle of the top plate for at least 10 seconds to secure the bond of the glue.
Step 8: The Waiting Game.
Let the jewelry holder dry for at least 24 hours.
Step 9: Enjoy!
Put your jewelry on your new jewelry holder and enjoy!
Have you tried this tutorial? Post a picture of what you put inside your shot glass! :)