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Large Time-Turner

© Astarte

Supplies

SuppliesA. 20 gage wire
B. 3” (7.6 cm) hoops
C. Super glue
D. 2 doll house spice jars
E. 1” (2.5 cm) brass craft swivel
F. 4 glass beads
G. 2 pinhead-end wire
H. 2.5” (6.4 cm) hoops (2)
I. Needle-nose pliers
J. Art sand
K. Polymer clay

Instructions

Fill one bottle with sand.

Figure 2

Super glue the second empty bottle upside down on top of the sand filled one.

Figure 3

Braid the wire around the two larger rings, also threading through the swivel.

Figure 4

Cover the outer rings with a thin layer of polymer clay. Stick a spare wire through the middle and bake.

Figure 5

Put a drop of superglue on the head-end of the pins and slide on a bead. Repeat with the other wire.

Figure 6

Braid wire around the smaller rings.

Figure 7

Thread the pins through holes in the outer ring created by the scrap wire.

Figure 8

Thread the wire through a gap in the braid on the smaller ring. Add another bead (optional) wrap the end around the hourglass.

Figure 9

Fill in the empty spaces with polymer clay, then make a clay snake and smoosh it around the outter edge of the smaller hoops.

Figure 10

Smooth out the clay, embellish, bake and enjoy!

Figure 11

Final Product

Large Time-Turner

Credit

Astarte’s tutorial was taken with permission from HarryPotterCrafts.

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