Wine Glass Charms....the alternative favour

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If you are looking for a favour that is a little bit different to the usual sweets in a box/jar and has that personal touch without breaking the bank then glass charms are worth considering.  

Things to consider:
Decide on the colour and theme.
The size of the beads you want to use (ensuring they are suitable size so the charm sits on the bottom of the glass).
Remember the cost is up to you, the more expensive the beads the more expensive the charm.
Do you want a central larger bead/charm?
Are you personalising any (e.g. Bride/Groom).

What you will need:
Wine glass charm hoop
2 or 3 beads of your choice and colour (don't overcrowd your charm...less is more).
Charm for centre if chosen 

Make the most of looking through the different beads that are available. Take a trip to a craft store to look at their range and look online for inspiration. 

Making your wine glass charms:
Lay out the beads in order in a few different options.  
Make your choice of design and you're ready to make your charms.  
The next step is simple, it's as easy as stringing beads onto a wire.
Your glass charm is complete.

it's as simple as that.  A unique personalised favour made by you to thank your guest.

*guide produced as part of a promotion from the brand



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