46 Ideas For DIY Jewelry You'll Actually Want To Wear
The world of do-it-yourself jewelry has really stepped up its game. Thanks to all the creative craft bloggers out there, you can learn how to make the kind of jewelry you see in boutiques — and start sporting arm parties in no time.
Cool Bracelets to Make: DIY Leather Bracelet | How to Make a Bracelet
Ever been interested in how to make a cool bracelet? We're walking you through a DIY bracelet, ala a leather cuff, that you are sure to LOVE!
DIY: How to make a beaded necklace with vinyl African heishi beads - A Common Thread
This DIY necklace tutorial shows you how to make a beaded necklace using vinyl african heishi beads. These beads are bright, colorful and look spectacular paired with brass beads.
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Handmade Beaded Cross
2 by 3 inch nails, bound by wire, and adorned with beads. Great decoration for your rear view mirror, your badge reel, or your Christmas tree. Please specify what color scheme you’d like in the personalization; if no request is made a rainbow cross will be sent.
DIY Gift Idea: How to Make Beaded Drop Earrings - College Fashion
I have been making and selling handmade jewelry for seven years and nothing has flown off my displays as fast as simple but fun drop earrings. This tutorial will show you how to make drop earrings for Christmas presents or just for yourself! With a few simple techniques, you can make an infinite number of earrings […]
Using Coil Crimp Ends
Today is Part II of my post on making and using your own coil crimp ends for cording, such as leather, ribbon, and silk strings. Today we're going to talk about how to actually put the things on there and tighten them up. As I explained in my last post, I just eyeball the cording I'm using and guess at what the inner diameter of my coil should be. I try to get it as close as possible because squeezing down an oversized coil is a huge pain. You'll probably want to practice this with…