Celebrate Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and add a little charm to your glass with these Disneymoji DIY Disney Wine Charms!
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Everyone has their princess. Mine was Belle. I loved her. I wanted to be her. She was straight up magical. I think I connected with her most because she didn’t really have any friends. She was weird. She liked books. Because apparently being a bookworm is bad… but I digress. Belle was my princess. So when Disney announced that they were making a live action Beauty and the Beast? I pretty much lost it in my excitement. There was a gasp and flailing. Seriously guys! Anyhoo… now that I’m older I get to enjoy the magic all over again with my fave gal pals. But this time, we’re having wine! (please read that in a cool movie announcer voice)
I created these Beauty and the Beast Wine Charms based on the Disney Emojis and I gotta say… I’m in love! So grab your 25th Anniversary Edition DVD, your chosen beverage and some supplies. We’re gonna make something fun!
Beauty and the Beast Wine Charms
Time: 30 min or more depending on coloring involvement
Cost: $15-20 – makes a lot
Beauty or Beast: Beauty for sure!!! Or maybe like.. prince Adam after his transformation? Heck… I’m team Chip.
After you’ve printed out the template, trace each image onto a sheet of shrink paper using the permanent marker. I set up the template so that 1 sheet of shrink paper makes 7 wine charms.
Color in each section however you like with colored pencils. You can also use permanent markers but I like using the pencils for this project because I can play around with shades and blending for each character.
Cut each charm out of the shrink paper leaving a section on the upper left or right (depending on the piece) to add a hole for the jump ring.
Punch a hole in that space you left. These holes will shrink with the paper so don’t forget to punch them BEFORE cooking each piece or you don’t be able to do it later.
Bake according to the instructions on the package. I cooked mine in a toaster oven at 350° for 1-3 minutes. They will curl up but just watch! They’ll smooth back out and they’re ready to come out when they’re flat.
Thread a jump ring through the hole in each charm. No special tools needed, just use your fingers to gently angle the ring apart then push back together when you’re done.
Add glass beads to the hoop findings then add the wine charm and voila! You’re ready for your ladies wine night!
If you grew up with Beauty and the Beast and are looking for a fun way to really bring the magic home, don’t forget to pin this post to your Disney crafts board!