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Make pretty glass stones into a divination set for you or as a gift.
I have been reading up on Runes and wanted to attempt to make my own. I bought the supplies from my local dollar store and it was very simple to make. Takes no time at all and almost no expense (if you already have the materials on hand). I am hoping to make a set from clay I form myself some point soon, until then I will proudly use my blue and silver set.

Posted by Arawynn Published See Arawynn's 7 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Choose what colour you wish to make your Runes and markings. I chose pale blue with metallic writing.

  • Step 2

    Count out 25 glass bubble beads (24 if you do not wish to use the Unknown stone), of equal sizing and shape.

  • Step 3

    Wash the stones in mild soap and water and rinse and allow to dry. This step is optional, I chose to wash them to cleanse them of any negative energy from the store.

  • Step 4

    Once dry you can proceed with marking each rune using the Permanent Marker in the colour of your choosing. Allow to dry and set before storing them.

  • Step 5

    Store your new runes in a pouch or cloth bag of some sort to keep them safe and protected.

  • Step 6

    Enjoy your new Rune Divination set.

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Spookachtige
Spookachtige · Erie, Pennsylvania, US · 10 projects
Gorgeous. Happy
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isobel.l
isobel.l · Basingstoke, England, GB · 61 projects
i love tis. I must do this with the runes from doodle hex
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Lucky Threadneedle
Lucky Threadneedle · Pudsey, England, GB · 2 projects
Nice idea with the glass nuggets. I made a set this way - but using smooth beach pebbles - many years ago and they are still going strong!
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Ravens Trove
Ravens Trove · Wenatchee, Washington, US · 35 projects
Hmmm... etching them on the flat underside would be much easier. I might combine your idea's and see what happens! Thanks Nancy and Arawynn!
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Nancy!
Nancy! · Shawinigan, Quebec, CA · 64 projects
I did the same thing! ^_^The only difference is that I glued small pieces of paper with the signs on it, under the glass stones with white glue.
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Ravens Trove
Ravens Trove · Wenatchee, Washington, US · 35 projects
Great idea! I may try it with glass etching. Does the marker chip at all???
Arawynn
Arawynn · 8 projects
So far it hasn't chipped but they are still fairly new. Glass Etching is an awesome idea. Let me know how it turns out.
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