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Little Glass Bottle Necklace

By: Stephenie Hamen

If you're looking for simple yet meaningful jewelry craft ideas, this Little Glass Bottle Necklace from Stephenie Hamen is sure to catch your eye. Write your deepest desire or wish on a strip of paper and stick it inside the bottle so it stays with you at all time.



  • Screw-in eye hooks
  • Small glass bottle
  • Strip of paper and pen
  • Ribbon
  • E-6000 Craft Adhesive
  • Chain
  • Beads
  • Lace
  • Pearls
  • Jump Ring


  1. Cut about a 6″ x 1/2″ strip of paper and wrote out my wish.  It was just for me, but something that matters deeply to me and something that I want to keep as a reminder with me.  It is a goal.  A hope.  A wish.

  2. I rolled it up nice and tight, then tied with a tiny bit of pink ribbon.

  3. I inserted it into the glass bottle and used some E6000 to seal it up tight and screwed the eye hook in, also adding a dot of E6000 to it as well.

  4. Next I grabbed a small chain and some pink ribbon and started weaving the ribbon in and out of the links in the chain.

  5. As I went, I added in a few beads to add some extra texture and dimension.  I did not weave the entire thing, only a section, loosely wrapping the rest around the chain.

  6. I then grabbed some bigger chain, as well as equal lengths of lace and seam binding.  I tied one end to a link for each, one above the other, and started weaving alternately until the end. I tied off the ends on the other side just like the start.  I made sure to even out the chain so that the weaving was in the center.

  7. I added a little pearl, some lace, and a ring and added the bottle to longer, thinner chain.

  8. FInally, I attached the two chains and the pink ribbon to jump rings and added a clasp.

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