Baked Marbles: Bake clear marbles on a cookie sheet at 325-350 degrees for 20 minutes.  Immediately put them in a sink or metal bowl filled with ice water. The glass cracks on the inside, not the outside.  Glue on a cap bead with a starter loop...CAN'T wait to try this!

Baked Marbles: Bake clear marbles on a cookie sheet at 325-350 degrees for 20 minutes. Immediately put them in a sink or metal bowl filled with ice water. The glass cracks on the inside, not the outside. Glue on a cap bead with a starter loop...CAN'T wait to try this!

I cannot believe how easy This is and how much I've seen these sold for at craft shows! This is my new favorite b-day gift for friends. :).

I cannot believe how easy This is and how much I've seen these sold for at craft shows! This is my new favorite b-day gift for friends. :).

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Bake marbles for 20 min at 325/350 degrees, then drop them in ice water. They crack on the side to make jewel-esque designs... wrap em in wire!

Bake marbles for 20 min at 325/350 degrees, then drop them in ice water. They crack on the side to make jewel-esque designs... wrap em in wire!

Bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end caps to them with starter rings to create pretty pendants crafty

Bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end caps to them with starter rings to create pretty pendants crafty

spray paint coffee beans (or beans) and use them as vase filler. wow!

spray paint coffee beans (or beans) and use them as vase filler. wow!

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I love all of these ideas! i feel like my jewelery gets lost in my jewelery box and rarely worn and my hanger is always a mess. Def going to start the hunt for my next DIY project you'll know its done when you see me start actually wearing my jewelry! ❤

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