5+ easy projects involving glass pebbles

Who doesn't love a pop of color to liven up the outside of your home? Thankfully, the DIY, featured in the video above, is perfect DIY for your outdoor space – and it's as easy to execute as it is beautiful! Using some very simple materials, you can craft a translucent sun catcher that glitters in the daylight.
1. Coasters
These glass coasters aren't just pretty, they're practical. You can make new coasters for every season. Watch the following video and see how easy it is to be creative:
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2. Glass magnets
Remember how popular these used to be? You probably bought some of these at a boutique or craft fair back in the day, not realizing how simple and fun these are to make. Check out the video below to see how easy you can do this at home:
3. "Stained" glass
This is a great project to brighten up dull windows. They block unpleasant views while still letting in light and also work as a privacy window for a bathroom. Check it out in the video below:
4. Shimmering vase
Turn an old pickle jar (or any jar) into a beautiful vase for fresh flowers. Watch the video below to see this in action.
5. Sparkling suncatcher
These suncatchers will be stunning additions to any window in your home, and can also be crafted as a beautiful gift. Watch the video below to see the end result:
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Galvanized tubs.
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