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5 Beautiful DIY Glass Marble Crafts

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5 Marble Craft Ideas

Hello crafty ladies! Here are some beautiful craft ideas using flat glass marbles and round glass marbles. You are all going to love all these marble crafts below!

1.  Grape Cluster Ornament

Grape marble crafts

This grape cluster marble craft is the perfect gift idea to give a wine lover on Christmas. Bundle it with a nice bottle of wine and you’ll have the best gift ever!

Supplies Needed:

  • Gauge 22 Green wire
  • Wire cutters
  • Jewelry needlenose pliers
  • Pencil or pen
  • Hot glue gun, or other strong glue
  • Shrink film for the tag (optional)
  • Hole punch
  • Jewelry jump rings to attach the tag (sold near jewelry findings)
  • 2 crimp tubes to attach the tag (sold near jewelry findings)
  • Cord for hanging
  • Light green or light purple glass marbles


2.  Cracked Marble Necklace

Cracked marble necklace crafts with round glass marbles

This marble craft uses round glass marbles and the finished product is absolutely gorgeous! You can customize it with different colored marbles too!

Supplies Needed:

  • Clear marbles
  • Necklace cording
  • Bead Caps
  • Eye Pins
  • Jump Rings
  • E-6000 adhesive (or other strong glue)
  • Needle-nose Jewelry Pliers
  • Baking sheet
  • Bowl
  • Oven


3.  Vase Out Of Marbles And A Mayo Jar

Vase marble craft ideas using flat glass marbles

Here’s an amazing craft idea using flat glass marbles. It’s so simple and you can customize any vase however you want!

Supplies Needed:

  • Clean mayonnaise jar, or jar of similar size (either plastic or glass)
  • Decorative glass marbles in your choice of color(s).
  • Hot glue gun
  • Glue sticks


4.  Garden Treasure Jar

Marble crafts - treasure jar

Here’s another marble craft that utilizes the flat glass marbles. This one is sort of similar to the one above but this time you’ll be customizing a jar for the garden!

Supplies Needed

  • Used glass jars with lids.
  • Flat-bottom marbles or glass gems
  • GE II Silicone


5.  Hankie Magnets

Craft ideas using flat glass marbles

Last but not least, a customized magnet marble craft. How cool are these! They’re so easy to make too.

Supplies Needed

  • 3 x Ladies Hankies {Bumblebee Linens}
  • 6 x 3/4″ (strong) magnets {Lowes}
  • 6 x 20mm or larger flat marbles (aka glass cabochon) {Michael’s Craft Store}
  • Diamond Glaze adhesive (or any glue that dries clear) {Michael’s Craft Store}
  • Packing tape
  • Scissors


Which Marble Craft Will You Try?

You’ve got a handful of crafts to choose from, you could even make them all! Let us know which one is your favorite!

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Colorful and Creative Crafts Using Marbles

We’ve loved playing with marbles since we were little kids. Whether you’re building PVC tubing tracks for the marbles to roll through, sending them flying at each other across the floor to knock a friend’s score out, or just arranging pretty patterns in different colours with them, marbles are undoubtedly a great way to amuse yourself at just about any age. If you think about how many pretty colours and designs marbles come in, though, it probably comes as no surprise that marbles are also great unconventional tools for crafting too.

Check out these 15 super fun marble crafts that are a blast to make and stunning to look at when they’re finished!

1. Pretty cracked glass marbles


Have you ever laid decorative flat backed marbles out on the side table or in a tablescape display and liked what you see but wished they just had a little something extra to really draw the eye? Then try transforming them into smashed glass marbles instead! Think Crafts guides you through the process of baking the marbles and then immediately cooling them so they stay while but crack on the inside so they look like beautiful smashed glass but keep their smooth texture. 

2. Cracked marble necklaces


Do you love the look of the smashed marble craft above but you’d like to actually make it for something worthwhile so you can show off your hard work? Then you simply must check out this awesome smashed marble necklace craft from Crafts Unleashed! It’s a great way to actually carry your DIY with you so everyone can admire your work. 

3. Flat marble magnets


The beauty of regular flat back marbles is that many of them are crystal clear, meaning you can see through them a little bit. When you look through them, though, you’ll notice that everything appears slightly bigger, almost like you’re looking through a magnifying glass! That’s why we thought this simple magnet craft from Floral Showers was just a cool idea! Their tutorial shows you how you place the marbles over sections of patterned paper, seal them, and pop the magnets on the back  in just a few easy steps. 

4. Marble and CD candle holder


Are you super interested in the idea of making a craft that harnesses just how transparent your flat marbles are but you don’t really need any more magnets or jewelry? Do you have some old CDs or DVDs lying around that you know you just won’t use? Then this awesome piled marble candle holder might be the project for you! We can’t get over how cool the light shining through the marbles looks when you’re all finished. See how it’s made on DIY Crafts Mom. 

5. Glass marble garden ball


Are you the kind of homeowner who can appreciate good interior decor but who actually prefers to concentrate on how your garden looks instead because it’s your pride and joy? Then we have a feeling you’ll enjoy the look of this stunning decorative garden sphere by Smoothfoam! Their tutorial shows you how to cover a big foam sphere from the crafting store in an even layer of flat back marbles to get an other worldly looking piece that will keep your garden looking modern and very cool. 

6. Painting with marbles


Sure, there are plenty of things you can actually make out of marbles, but what if you’re trying to craft with your kids and they’re just a little to young to find a lot of what we’ve shown you so far fun? In that case, try using the marbles as a tool for crafting instead! We love the way Art For Kids Hub replaced paint brushes with marbles dipped in paint and rolled them across a paper of canvas to get a very cool splattering effect. 

7. Marbled monogram


Monograms might make for a very simple craft that you’ve done lots of ways before, but you can never have too many techniques for making something basic and awesome that automatically personalizes any space. That’s why we were quite taken with Woodcraftiing‘s method of customizing your initial by adding flat coloured marbles all across the surface. We quite enjoy their little flower embellishment as well! 

8. Sealed marble tabletop


Do you love the idea of covering surfaces in flat marbles but you actually like it so much that you don’t think things like garden orbs or embellished monograms quite tdonthe technique Justice? Then try making a real statement piece with your marbles instead! Craftster shows you how to cover an entire tabletop with rainbow marbles of diffferrt kinds and seal the space between them so you can actually set things on top. 

9. Marbled tree branches


We’re you very into the idea when we were talking about marbles garden DIY but you’re just not sure a modern looking orb decoration quite fits the aesthetic of your outdoor space? Then perhaps you’d prefer to decorate the natural pieces you’ve already got adorning your garden! We absolutely adore the way Garden Web used crafting wire to create the illusion that beautifully coloured marbles are growing right out of your tree’s branches like berries. 

10. Flat marble sun catchers


If you’ve ever made sun catcher window hangers with your kids than you already now how much fun they are both to create and to enjoy afterwards, but even if we love the way a craft is originally done we’re still always open to learning about variations and fun twists to make the same thing in a new, exciting way! That’s why we loved this flat marble window catcher project from Kids’ Activities Blog. 

11. Faux window marble art


While we’re talking about crafting with unconventional materials, why not consider combining your marbles with something else you might not have crafted with before?  Hometalk suggests creating a countryside image on one side of an old window to give a sort of marbles mosaic scene that you can hang up inside the frame as though you’re looking on a beautiful glass view outside. 

12. Marble fence


Perhaps you loved the idea of a marble sum catcher because you like how the light looks shining through the coloured marbles but, once again, your backyard area is the part of your home you’d most like to accessorize? Then Garden Drama has the perfect simple idea for you! They got crafty with all the holes in their wooden fence by popping marbles into the spaces. It’s an easy way to give the space some glitz and glam and it’ll fill your lawn with little rainbows when the sun rises and sets. 

13. Wire wrapped marble charms


We talked briefly about wire marble wrapping when we showed you the decorated tree idea, but what if you found the technique so pretty that you’d like even more people to be able to see it than will spend time in your backyard? Then maybe wire wrapped marble charms are a little more your taste. Whether you choose to make them into jewelry or simply hang them around your home, we find there’s hardly a prettier way to show off how awesome DIY marble projects really can be.Cut Out and Keepshows you all different ways to make it happen.

14. Flat marble flip flops


Did you love the idea of incorporating prettily designed marbles into your personal style but you don’t actually tend to wear jewelry a lot? Why not include them in your footwear instead for a bit of a change? We love the way Royscription put a marble each in the middle of a flip flop for a bit of summer sparkle. 

15. Glass marble frog prince


Are you still enthralled by the idea of making yourself a garden orb but your backyard is a bit more of a fantasy land Han a modern haven so you’d prefer something with a bit of whimsy to it? Then we’re pretty sure this hilariously cute little marble frog prince price from Empress of Dirt was made for you! Gather your marbles, crafting wire, seed beads, and a little tiara and you’ll be all set.

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15 Ways To Turn Glass Marbles Into Home Decor And More

When my kids were younger, we had so many marbles. Seriously, those little things could be found in every crack and corner of my house. Now that the kids have sort of outgrown their marble playing days, I started thinking about what I could do with those marbles. I mean, we’re talking so many marbles! So I started looking around and found 15 really creative repurposing ideas that will turn those glass marbles into home décor…and more.

15 Ways To Turn Glass Marbles Into Home Decor And MoreThere are some great projects in here. From glass marble jewelry to candleholders, vases, ornaments and so many other things, you will find the perfect way to repurpose those old marbles and turn them into some wonderful products. I do love a good repurposing project and these are among my favorites. If you want to do these and you don’t happen to have a ton of marbles on hand, you can find them at most thrift stores. Mine has them for just a dollar for a huge bag. Or, check the Dollar Store or Dollar Tree. And, speaking of the Dollar Store, have you seen these 25 DIY summer wreaths that you make with Dollar Store supplies?

I have always had a sort of fascination with marbles. I mean, they come in all sizes, all sorts of colors and designs and they are just so much fun. That’s why I really adore these 15 repurposing ideas that turn those marbles into wonderful things for your home. Some of these can be made with single marbles while others require a few more but again, marbles are pretty cheap if you don’t have any on hand. And, while you’re busy making a few home décor pieces from marbles, be sure that you take a look at these 22 giant DIY floor pillows. You can relax on one of these while you do your marble crafts!

1. Glass Marble Bracelet

Glass Marble BraceletThis bracelet is gorgeous, made with glass marbles and a simple bracelet form that you can find at most hobby or craft stores. Check your craft section at Walmart also. They have loads of jewelry making supplies. If you prefer to just buy a glass marble bracelet, you can find this one on Etsy. It’s $24, or you can make it for about half of that if you already have a few marbles that you can use.


2. DIY Marble Candleholder

DIY Marble CandleholderThis DIY candleholder is gorgeous and it’s a really easy one to make. I love DIY candles and candleholders and this one is so elegant when it is finished. You make this with a handful of glass marbles – you can use round or flat ones – and an old CD. The CD sets the base for the candleholder and then you just have to build your marbles up around it using a really strong glass adhesive.

Tutorial: comfortspringstation

3. DIY Cracked Marble Jewelry

DIY Cracked Marble JewelryCracked marbles are really beautiful and they are super easy to make if you want to do the yourself. You can make these lovely cracked marbles with any glass marbles that you have on hand and if you do them in different sizes – use some of those really large ones – you can make jewelry that is so unique! This cracked marble necklace is simply a cracked marble on a simple necklace cord but you could go more complex with these if you wanted. This makes really gorgeous DIY boho styled jewelry.

Tutorial: consumercrafts

4. Easy DIY Faux Stained Glass Window

Easy DIY Faux Stained Glass WindowTurn an ordinary window into a work of art with those glass marbles. This DIY faux stained glass window is super easy to make and you can be as creative as you want to be with these. You could do your existing windows – these would be beautiful in the kitchen or bathroom – or this is a great project to repurpose old windows. Just take an old window and give it a marble stained glass image and use it for wall art.

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5. Lovely DIY Garden Mobile/Windchime

Lovely DIY Garden Mobile/WindchimeThose glass marbles are perfect for creating some beauty in your garden. Just string some of them together with wire – you can use jewelry wire for this – and then hang them up in the garden or on the porch or deck. When the wind blows, they will make a beautiful sound so they double as a mobile and a DIY windchime. You just have to choose how many marbles you want to use and what to use for the base – think wire forms or old CDs.

6. Cute DIY Garden Treasure Jars – Kids Project!

Cute DIY Garden Treasure Jars – Kids Project!Get your kids together, give them each an empty glass jar and some marbles and let them create their own adorable little glass treasure jars for the garden. You can display these jars anywhere and in a number of ways. Kids are going to love making their own and they can be as creative as they want. This is a great way to repurpose some old empty glass jars and give the kids a great DIY project, as well.

Tutorial: empressofdirt

7. Marble Designed Coat Rack

Marble Designed Coat RackTake an old wooden coat rack and give it a fabulous new look with those glass marbles. You could even use marbles to decorate a DIY coat rack. I found this one on Etsy and it is simply gorgeous. This one will set you back over $100, but it really is gorgeous. And, if you prefer to DIY it, you could be really creative with this idea. Turn a small headboard into a mirrored coat rack and add your marbles for decoration. If you love DIY coat racks, you will adore this one.


8. Gorgeous DIY Grape Cluster Ornaments

Gorgeous DIY Grape Cluster OrnamentsI love these glass grape cluster ornaments! They have such a lovely vintage look to them and they are super easy to make. You just need to decide if your grapes are going to be purple or green. Then, gather up enough marbles of that one color to create a lovely glass grape cluster ornament. You can hang these in the kitchen, on the deck or even just lay them on a table or in a centerpiece.

Tutorial: crafts-for-all-seasons

9. DIY Glass Marble Magnets

DIY Glass Marble MagnetsThese DIY magnets that you make from glass marbles can be used on the fridge, in your office or anywhere you want to add some elegant decorations. These are super easy to make and they’re pretty cheap. Marbles are cheap, after all. You make these with clear glass flat marbles and some decorative handkerchiefs. You can find decorative hankies at your local thrift store and get several for a dollar.

Tutorial: bumblebeelinens

10. Adorable DIY Marble Snails

Adorable DIY Marble SnailsI love these little DIY snails that you may from clay and marbles. They are so adorable and they are perfect for decorating those potted plants. Just make up a few and add them to the pots! These are so simple to make and this is a great project for the kids. Let them help you to mold your little snails, choose colors and even place the marbles, which by the way double as the snail’s shell – how cute is that?

Tutorial: thinkcrafts

11. Elegant Gold And Marble Necklace

Elegant Gold And Marble NecklaceHere is a great idea for turning marbles into jewelry. This elegant necklace is made from putting a glass marble on a gold chain. It’s such a simple design and looks so beautiful. You could do these with frosted marbles, clear glass or whatever you have on hand. You could also take a look at this one that I found on Etsy. It’s already finished for you and just $16. Or, you could just hit up your local craft store and get some jewelry making supplies to do it yourself.


12. Bold DIY Marble Garden Statue

Bold DIY Marble Garden StatueWhen all else fails and you really want to use up all of those marbles at once, you can simply turn them into this gorgeous and bold marble garden statue. Talk about a statement piece! This one is sure to get some attention in your garden and there are a number of ways that you could make it. You just have to glue those marbles to a spherical shaped something, like a bowling ball, Styrofoam ball or something similar and make it as big and as bold as you like. It’s one of those really easy one day garden projects that you will definitely want to try.

13. DIY Snowflake Mosaic Picture Frame

DIY Snowflake Mosaic Picture FrameThis DIY mosaic picture frame ornament is perfect for your tree this coming Christmas and it is super easy to make. You have plenty of time in fact to do several of these before the Holidays arrive and they make wonderful gifts. Do a few for grandparents and add pictures of their grandchildren. These are gorgeous and the perfect way to repurpose those old marbles!

Tutorial: favecrafts

14. Repurposed Mayo Jar Marble Vase

Repurposed Mayo Jar Marble VaseWhat can you do with an empty Mayo jar? You can turn it into a gorgeous vase for your summer flowers! Just add marbles and you’re all set. You can do this one with flat glass marbles or be really creative and use round marbles instead. You just have to have a glass adhesive that will hold your marbles on securely. These would make wonderful gifts, too so you can use up all of those glass jars in your fridge when they’re empty.

Tutorial: addicted2decorating

15. Repurposed Grate Marble Wall Décor

This gorgeous DIY wall décor is made from a rusty old metal grate – like from a heating vent – and some colorful marbles. You can do this with any metal piece that you can find. Check your local thrift stores for old grates or just use anything that you have on hand. Just create a design with your marbles and hang it wherever you want some rustic yet contemporary looking wall art.


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