Mary Poppins is one of the first movies I remember watching over and over again. I knew the whole movie beginning to end and, even in my hyper young state, would sit unmoved and watch every glorious minute of that near 3-hour movie.
My love for Mary Poppins has followed me into adulthood, and I’ve learned to appreciate this amazing movie on a whole new level. Hell, my husband and I even went as Mary and Bert for Halloween a few years ago!:
So when I stumbled upon this cute spoon charm at my local craft store, I couldn’t resist the chance to turn it into a Spoonful of Sugar necklace!
Great for bridesmaids, friends, mom, or just as a little treat for yourself, this precious necklace is a subtle nod to a wonderful and classic Disney movie.
Spoonful of Sugar Necklace
- Spoon charm
- Small pearl bead
- E6000 glue or super glue
- Chain or old necklace rope
- Jewelry pliers
- Jump rings (optional)
- Various charms (optional)
- Using the E6000 glue, carefully attach pearl bead to spoon charm. If the bead doesn’t stay, you can also try super glue or a hot glue gun, but E6000 should easily to do the trick. Let it dry completely before moving on to the next step, about 10 minutes.
- String your spoon charm onto the chain or necklace. You can make it long enough so you won’t need a clasp or you can attach a clasp using jewelry pliers and jump rings. I actually attached my charm with a jump ring because the hole on the charm was too small for the end of the chain to fit through.
- Once your spoon is centered on your chain, you can add various charms onto the chain if you’d like.
Enjoy your new necklace!
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