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Gillyweed : Harry Potter Potion Ep. # 7

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Published on Apr 13, 2012

Gillyweed is a magical plant native to the Mediterranean Sea. When it is eaten by a witch or wizard, one grows gills and webbing between the fingers and toes.
- Harry Potter Wiki

It reminds me of a forest or pond in a bottle!

PotterEverdeen requested this tutorial specifically:D Thank you!

This necklace really reminds me of a terrarium necklace I made a while back, only the glue makes me think of an aquarium:)

FOR PICTURES & INSTRUCTIONS: http://toniellison.blogspot.com/

I N S T A G R A M: http://instagram.com/toniellison#
F A C E B O O K: https://facebook.com/TEEllison
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F O O D: http://www.youtube.com/ToniEllisonEats
V L O G: http://www.youtube.com/lifewithtoni
B E A U T Y: http://www.youtube.com/ToniWears



M A T E R I A L S: _______________

1. Miniature Bottles / Corked Vials ( Jim Holtz Ideology Michael's Craft Store)
2. Elmer's Clear Glue
3. Yellow & Green Food Coloring
4. Lichen (From Hobby Lobby) or Grass from your backyard
5. Miniature Rocks (Hobby Lobby)
6. Mixing Cup
7. Toothpick
8. Wire Cutters or Nail Clippers
9. 20 Gauge wire
10. Round Nose Pliers
11. Jump Ring
12. Necklace
13. Strong Glue (E600)

M U S I C: _____________________

Jenny Mayhem "King Of The Street"

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