A Funky Mobile

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    I saw one of these on pinterest and couldn't resist making one of my own! I love it!
    It's made from an old small jello mold, glass beads and baubles, charms and junk!

    plaisanter~, Audrey Mucci, and 27 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. plaisanter~ 38 months ago | reply

      So clever to use a Jello mold! It’s very pretty.

      I made a poor one, not half as attractive as yours, and one year I left it hanging in a tree ... by spring it was a tangled mess. Phooey :-(

    2. HA! Designs - Artbyheather 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks Nancy! I might leave this one in a sunny window inside...there's a couple of elements on it that may not take the weather well... :o)

    3. plaisanter~ 38 months ago | reply

      It deserves a place of honor! :-)

    4. Urban Woodswalker 38 months ago | reply

      PRETTY and clever way to reUSE and recycle!

      If you use some old lead crystal beads, or chandelier pendants...you will get prisms shining all over the place when the sun hits. Pretty magical effects. And if you place it inside near a ceiling fan, it will wiggle and wave in the breeze. I hang stuff in my studio bedroom, and love the slight tingling sounds.

    5. HA! Designs - Artbyheather 38 months ago | reply

      OH goodness...I have a jar full of chandelier crystals I never thought to use! Must make another now...
      :o)

    6. Michele Littlefield 32 months ago | reply

      I love this so much!

    7. franstuff 28 months ago | reply

      Very COOL!! Now I have seen yours on Pinterest, which led me here, and I am just going to have to make one alxo!

    8. SandiCaswell 25 months ago | reply

      I love it , worth a try

    9. pinkiseverything 22 months ago | reply

      Love this.....I love bright colors in summer...What a tind!

    10. spikerama2005 18 months ago | reply

      what are you using to connect the elements on the strand - jump rings? diy wire loops? sorry to be so picky, but like to know what all I need to assemble before starting. thx!!!

    11. Creativegenie 15 months ago | reply

      Love this! I have a room flull of assorted beads. Now I know what to do. Thanks.

    12. Bethel of Bethania 13 months ago | reply

      Found you on Pinterest... Looks so great... <3

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