Happy Wednesday, Friends! Are you ready for another 15 Minute Fix? This week I'm sharing a whimsical little jello mold project...
It's been a little while since I've shared a jello mold project. If you're new here, let me just say that although I've never once used them to actually make jello, I do have a penchant for repurposing the nifty little gadgets. I find them all the time at yard sales and thrift stores and I especially like to find unique ones like these. So when I saw them at an antique mall and the price was right, I snatched them up. I knew right away what I wanted to create!
I hot glued them one on top of the other: 5 minutes.
Next, I cut a small circle from a chalkboard label I had on hand and stuck it on. Then, I hot glued this tiny bee magnet next to it: 5 minutes.
When I decided to make a beehive, I pictured this little bee on a spring on top, but it was too tall and looked awkward. So I hot glued a mini chalkboard on top, with the bee next to it: 5 minutes. I love seeing the whimsical beehive next to my backdoor, whether I am coming or going!
Here's several more repurposed jello mold projects from previous posts: