Enchanted Rose from ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Prop Tutorial

I’m excited to share with you awesome prop builders and DIY’ers, my very first filmed tutorial!

Items I used in this video are listed below:

-Claw feet bell jar/cloche from Target, $10: http://www.target.com/p/halloween-cloche-d-cor-large/-/A-50713985

JAR ALTERNATIVES: http://www.houzz.com/photos/62997328/CYS-Glass-Cloche-Dome-Bell-Jar-with-Black-Wood-Base-11-X-6-victorian-terrariums


-1 10 LED wire strand of battery operated purple lights (I found these in Target’s $1 section, $3

-1 silk rose from Michael’s, $7, but I used a 50% of coupon!, $3

-Tools: Phillip’s screw driver, wire snips, scissors

-Brushes: detail brush and foam brush

-Paint: Metallic acyrlic of your choice, I used gold. Brown and green acyrlic for the rose stem

-Glue: Loctite super glue

-Fishing line or clear jewelry thread

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  • Queen_Azazel - January 12, 2018 reply

    Oh so lovely. I’m going to make a gothic version of this as your purple lights totally just gave me inspiration.

  • jay bino - January 12, 2018 reply

    where do you purchase your glass domes ?

  • AngelaMarieBeauty - January 12, 2018 reply

    seriously loving all your videos! i am so glad you are doing them❤

  • Ingrid Rodriguez - January 12, 2018 reply

    Is the Jar plastic or glass? What a beautiful project.! Need to make some for my daughters 1st bday.! Next January coming up.! Can't wait.!

  • LopenHacker -10 - January 12, 2018 reply

    how long will the rose last? btw nice vid. 😀

  • Kimpressive - January 12, 2018 reply

    best enchanted rose I've seen so far, hopefully I'll be able to find the claw foot bell jar.. thanks very much

  • Christy Ganter - January 12, 2018 reply

    Wow- I am making one of these

  • Brianna's Parakeets, Pets and Animals - January 12, 2018 reply

    All u need is a rose and jar then u got it

  • misshobbity - January 12, 2018 reply

    Easy to follow but beautifully made and Im so glad to see the floating effect as most tutorials Ive watched for the rose haven't done that but it makes it extra magical I think 🙂

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  • michaeldupont0701 - January 12, 2018 reply

    I had bought 12 of these and have been trying to figure out what to do as they are going to be centerpieces in my wedding…you have saved my day.

  • Lynn - January 12, 2018 reply

    I saw another tutorial on making the Beauty & The Beast rose but I really like this version a lot more. 1. The rose is actually suspended in yours and 2. The lights are much smaller in your version, are actually on/in the rose and you don't see the wires. I may actually give this project a try. Thank you so much.

  • Shara Parker - January 12, 2018 reply

    They should invent the enchanted rose where the petals fall off one by one each day.. and you can put it back together after they all fall off! It would have to be mechanical or something…but it would be a girl's dream!

  • hospitalcakewalk - January 12, 2018 reply

    I LOVE this, I'm making I for my library 🙂 except with green lights 😀

  • MamaMittens - January 12, 2018 reply

    You did an amazing job. Can't wait to see more tutorials from you.

  • SteviiLove - January 12, 2018 reply

    You deserve more subscribers then what you have! This was a perfect DIY; short, sweet & to the point. Very charming!

  • Wesley Crafts - January 12, 2018 reply

    This was uploaded on my birthday 😀

  • Lisa Lovely - January 12, 2018 reply

    this is by far the best enchanted rose I've seen !!! I'm glad I found your channel, I like your style and can't wait to watch more.. oh Yea, I really like your shirt!!! that was cute

  • Joshua Sukamto - January 12, 2018 reply

    Great tutorial. Love it. Whats the length of the led light ur using?

  • Lallininja - January 12, 2018 reply

    it's amazing! I've a question: where did you find your t-shirt / shirt/ blouse?

  • KNIGHT MARE KING - January 12, 2018 reply

    appearantly the Jar is unique cause I can't find it anywhere lol nice job though 🖒

  • Estarlina - January 12, 2018 reply

    You did a great great job girl 🙂 <3

  • Allie Rodri - January 12, 2018 reply

    what size of jar did u use or dimensions.

  • amythest101 - January 12, 2018 reply

    That is amazing I need to make one for my living room.

  • T Dish - January 12, 2018 reply

    I love this. I have been looking for different ideas for centerpieces for my daughter when she gets married. I have Cinderella carriage for one table and now I will do this one for one of the table. I am doing a different princess for each table. He hasn't asked yet so I'm just casually looking, because the Disney Princess Theme has been her dream wedding since she was young. Beauty and the Beast came out the year she was born and is her favorite. I am so glad I found this and it is so beautiful. Thank you so much.

  • Ms. Believer - January 12, 2018 reply

    Hiya! I made this as a birthday present for a friend, yet my glass dome does't have 'legs' and the battery pack is very visible. Do you have any idea how I could possibly hide this?
    Thank you very much for the tutorial, it's very helpful! =)

  • Joaquin JG - January 12, 2018 reply

    Hello, I write from Spain. I can not see where he bought the urn to put the rose. If you can tell me I would appreciate it.

  • Ana Luna Rodríguez - January 12, 2018 reply

    Hello! I'm from Spain, you know where can I buy the Cloche Décor online?? Thank You!!!!

  • Michael Wheeler - January 12, 2018 reply

    awesome tutorial!! the brass effect was a great touch!

  • Jessica Guardado - January 12, 2018 reply

    where can i find the glass?

  • Jessica Dee - January 12, 2018 reply

    Love this. I really like how you did the gold to create the brushed brass effect. Very realistic!

  • Katherine McCloskey - January 12, 2018 reply

    Great job Nadine! Your talents have no end!

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