DIY Enchanted Rose from Beauty and the Beast

When the Beast was a human prince, an old beggar woman came to his castle requesting shelter from the bitter cold and offered to him this very rose. The prince sneered at the beautiful gift and turned the old woman away because of her haggard appearance. She warned him not to judge her based on appearance for true beauty was found within. When he did not heed her warning, she shed her false form, revealing herself to be an astonishingly beautiful enchantress. She saw that there was no love in the prince’s heart, and thus punished him by turning him into a Beast, and all who dwelt within the castle into living objects, as well as cursing the castle itself and possibly the surrounding forest. She left him the rose, promising him that it would bloom until his twenty-first year: If he could learn to love and earn love in return before the last petal fell, the spell would be broken. If he failed, he would be doomed to remain a beast for all time. The spirited, headstrong village girl Belle enters the Beast’s castle after he imprisons her father Maurice. With the help of his enchanted servants, including the matronly Mrs. Potts, Belle begins to draw the cold-hearted Beast out of his isolation.

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The Enchanted Rose has become the trademark symbol for Beauty and the Beast.

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Disney inspired wedding/party? Then our DIY Enchanted Rose from Beauty and the Beast is the perfect prop or even just something pretty for your home!!!

For this DIY enchanted rose you will need:

Bell Jar Light €6 from Penneys/Primark

Artificial Red Rose €1.50 from Dealz

Super Glue €1.50 from Dealz

Nail Polish Remover Pads €1.50 from Penneys/Primark

AA Batteries x3 €1.50 from Dealz

 

Alternatively, if the above is out of stock, you can purchase:

Glass Dome with base €7 from Ikea

Lights €2 from Penneys/Primark

Artificial Red Rose €5 from Dunnes Stores

Instructions:

If using the penneys/primark bell jar light, it is super glued so simply use nail polish remover to dissolve the super glue, once removed place the artificial red rose in the bell jar and re-arrange the lights and use some super glue to secure it back in and voila your very own DIY enchanted rose.

For the alternative option lift the glass dome of the base place the artificial red rose and lights in the glass dome and arrange and voila your very own DIY enchanted rose.

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How simple ladies and gents!

Please let me know if you make your very own, would love to see them.

Thank you for taking the time to read all about this quick and simple DIY job.

Thanks,

Orla

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