dreamcatcher necklace

Wiki  Source  “In some Native American cultures, a dreamcatcher (or dream catcher; Lakota: ihá?bla gmunka, Ojibwe: asabikeshiinh, the inanimate form of the word for “spider”[1][2] or Ojibwe: bawaajige nagwaagan meaning “dream snare”[2]) is a handmade object based on a willow hoop, on …

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Gold Chain DIY Necklace

This chunky necklace design was created by mygirlishwhims.com and is easy to follow with full instructions and photos to guide you along the way. Full tutorial can be found here. 

 

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You are forgiven for thinking these earrings are expensive and way beyond your price range. These handmade earrings are held together with a plastic back and look divine. The finish is top quality so make sure your rhinestone collection is …

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clover necklace2

This clover necklace by Erin Siegal is perfect for St Patrick’s Day. The Leprechaun’s will be hunting you down to steal it away. Using wire wrapping techniques this project is easy to follow with detailed photos to guide you along …

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This Satin rose necklace has a real funky feel to it. The fact that it’s chunky and not delicate is a total contrast to the fabric and the petite flower style. The full tutorial and pictures to guide you can …

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I had some request for brooch tutorials, it’s not that I don’t like them, it’s just that I don’t wear them. I will make a concise effort to blog about more brooches for the brooch lovers amongst us.  This tutorial …

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When I hear the words lace, I automatically think white, old, vintage and of course Grandma. This tutorial shows you how to brighten up, funk up and embellish lace to create a modern handmade jewelry piece.  Full tutorial.

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Lovely Little Knot necklace Tutorial

Erin Siegal shares her tutorial for this simple but dramatic knot necklace. It was created using leather lacing and brass fold over ends. If you have the supplies it is rather simple and easy to follow. It is nowhere near …

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ladder-necklace

It’s probably been sometime since you made a necklace using Popsicle sticks. This back to kindergarten technique is impressive. You will need a sharp x-acto knife to cut the sticks and some other basic supplies. Visit Mintedstrawberry for loads of …

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This Sapa necklace was inspired by an Anthropologie design –  It’s created using wooden beads and braided fabric to create a rustic effect. Personally I would have used a more natural color for the cord but that’s my own choice. …

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diy-polymer-clay-necklace

If you are new to Polymer clay or Jewelry making in general then this project is for you. It’s simple techniques produce a modern and in vogue fashion piece. You could make these with different colors or extend yourself by …

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Yes you read it correctly – This necklace is made using hardware supplies. It’s amazing where visions of art come from. This necklace is chic and worn with the right fashion it could really make a statement or be understated. …

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Ok time to get out the shrink dinks and create your very own vintage shrinky necklace.  You can purchase inkjet shrink paper that you print directly on. Visit Everythingetsy.com for the printable and full tutorial.

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This glass bib necklace is a little different as it has been adorned with small pearl beads. You could mix this up with some soft white fabrics for a delicate finish. For the full tutorial and more ideas check out …

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Neon is all the rage right now but for how long? Investing in a piece of jewelry be it your DIY time or money could be costly. This tutorial re-purposes outdated rhinestone jewelry into some fresh and new. This necklace …

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