"Cracked" Marble Necklace Pendants · How To Make A Pendant Necklace · Jewelry Making on Cut Out. Faux Insect Curiosity Pendant Tutorial · How To Make A Pendant Necklace · Jewelry on Cut Out. Elegant Choker/ Necklace · A Choker Necklace · Jewelry on Cut Out. 1699-1349103456-9.jpg (JPEG Image, 554x554 pixels) 11650-1349123644-6. DIY: Golden Lace Slave Bracelet. Things you need for this DIY:❂ lace $6❂ white glue❂ gold acrylic paint❂ chain❂ jumps rings❂ a clasp❂ pliers❂ scissors❂ a brush Total time: 15 mins + 1 hour of drying time Pretty bling-y for $6!
First cut out a triangle-ish shape from the lace. Mix some white glue with a little bit of water, roughly 3 to 1. Paint the lace with the glue mixture and set aside. While the lace is drying, take some chain and measure around your middle finger. Make a loop and attach it together with a jump ring. Do the same around your wrist and attach with a clasp. When the lace is completely dry and stiff, paint it with the gold paint. I used two coats. Attach the lace to the chain with jump rings... ...like so. And you're done! Infinity Ring ∙ How To by Gothic C. Diy. shrinky dink necklace. Finally got around to using my Shrinky Dinks! My inspiration comes from these wonderful clown eyelashes that I stumbled across online. This just goes to show you that you can find inspiration anywhere! Eyelashes available here! I printed the above picture at 50% of the original size & used that as my guide. Supplies: (under $7 from amazon) black sharpie scissors hole punch jump rings chain & clasp pliers & the use of an oven.
Other cool shrinky dinks necklaces... super duper. 31405-1349113276-2. Fascinating Jewelry Making Craft Diy Bullet Necklace ∙ How To by Sophia K. DIY GOLD TWIG BANGLES. Leather arrow bracelet. I love the arrows you see everywhere in jewelry right now. So I thought I could make a cute little bracelet with arrows. For this project I used an old leather belt and a chain necklace I had laying around. So yes, another cute recycling project! Learn how to make this cute leather arrow bracelet after the jump. . . - old leather belt (not to thick, you have to be able to cut it with scissors) - chain necklace - scissors - Cropodile 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
I hope you enjoyed this DIY! Related posts: Dragon Necklace ∙ Creation by ChristineMarie on Cut Out. Bow Bracelet ∙ How To by R.J on Cut Out. Steampunk Mixed Media Pendant With Chain ∙ Creation by Harmonee.seal on Cut Out. Feather Of An Angel ∙ Creation by Kinhime Dragon on Cut Out. DIY Woven Chain Bracelet. Chain link bracelets, with colorful threads woven through them, have been popping up here and there. We adore Aurèlie Bidermann‘s Do Brazil bracelets and thought it was about time we graduate to the ultimate “grown-up” friendship bracelet. With a curb chain bracelet and some embroidery thread, we’ll teach you how to make your own woven chain bracelet. And one for your bestie too, of course. You’ll need:a curb link braceletembroidery threadtwo bobby pinsa pair of scissors Cut 2 sets of 15 strands of embroidery thread, with each strand measuring four times the length of the bracelet. Knot the all the threads at the top, leaving about 2 inches of slack.
Lay the second color (blue) over the first color (coral). Repeat the steps until you reach the end of the bracelet. (top images from here and here, rest of images by Honestly…WTF) T. J. Potter, Sling Maker - 6 strand flat braid. Instructions for a 6-strand Flat Braid I have included two ways to make this flat braid. The first is simply the normal braiding method, and the second is more of a finger weaving method. The structure of the braid is basically the same for both methods, but because of the difference in the way tension is put on the strands, the two methods produce somewhat different looking results.
Method #1 To start the braid, hold three strands in each hand. Now take the outside left-hand strand and bring it through the other three left-hand strands going under-over-under, and transfer it to the right hand, keeping it to the inside of the other right-hand strands. Here you can see both steps have been done. Here you can see several passes of the braid completed. Method #2 For this method, hold all six strands in the left hand. The weaving process is repteated with each strand in sequence. Here you can see what it looks like after two steps are done without being pulled tight. Bracelet With Chinese Phoenix Tail Type Ending ∙ How To by elena l.
Vintage Goods Butterfly In A Bottle Necklace - Green - Woodland Wonder. Bullet necklace. Dinosaur Jewelry · How To Make A Toy Pendant · Melting and Wirework on Cut Out. Wax Bud Tiara Tutorial. Orange blossom circlets and tiaras were a frequent bridal accessory in Europe and the U.S. as early as the early 1800′s and was actually adopted from ancient China as the orange blossom was a symbol of purity, innocence, and fruitfulness. Then Queen Victoria wed wearing one in 1840 and it was all over.
In Victorian times the orange blossoms were the standard for all weddings, well into the 1050′s. When real orange blossoms weren’t available, wax dipped buds and blossoms were used. We made this crown of wax buds as a loose replica of a french one from the 1800′s. You could make one from real or artificial flowers and buds. If you’ve got a lot of time and not a lot of money, this is a great way to make a really luxe keepsake. photography: jose villa // creative direction + styling: joy thigpen // hair + makeup: elle german // gown: claire pettibone’s sparrow // wax crown: adorned event design Click “More” below for the entire tutorial…. wax (we just used pillar candles in colors we liked)
DIY Dreamcatcher Jewelry. Fashion is heading in a more natural direction. Organic clothing is on the up and up, as well as feathers, fur, fringe, crochet, and anything with an earthy feel. To get in touch with your inner flower child, try making and wearing these DIY Dreamcatcher jewelry pieces. You will need: 1 or 2 small metal ringsBlack or colored suede cord, ribbon, leather, or fabric (unless making the earring style, which requires no wrapping)White linen cord (approx 1 yard)FeathersBeadsGluePaperclip Directions (pictures by Burn Out Brite): Begin by taking your suede cord and wrapping it tightly around your metal ring.
Tie the white linen cord as close to the suede knot as possible. Once you’ve gone around the entire ring, make your next loop stitch in the middle of your first white linen cord stitch. Keep moving clockwise, finishing a row and beginning a new one until you reach the very middle of the dreamcatcher. Add a bead and tie off the knot. Shrinky Dink Necklace ∙ How To by With Lovely, on Cut Out. Easy Peasy Motive Rings ∙ How To by Owly Sh*t on Cut Out. It's been one of those days...: Getting experimental. I've had fun with molds, resin, mixed media and trinkets lately. The mixed media and steampunk look is so hot in scrapbooking right now, the metals, trinkets and other bits and pieces might not be incredibly acid free, but as far as creative play is concerned, there is nothing better. But because I love to experiment, and because I always have to take things one step further, I couldn't resist trying to make my own molds.
Now Pinkysil has been around for a while but I was ignoring it. I was hoping not to find another cool thing to add to the list of already cool things I need to try. I have a lot of molds, right? I don't need more. I think I need to make my own, the devil on the shoulder whispers in my ear. And so I gathered all the supplies - the Pinkysil, the disposable cups, the container (which just happened to be a lid off something) and I created. And I sat back. And then I started looking around at what else I could make molds of.
Nothing is safe. Not even the biscuit jar. Laters. Princess Superstar Knuckle Rings ∙ How To by Cat Morley on Cut Out. How to Assemble a Cool Wooden Crayon Pendant Guidecentral. Fast And Easy Rock/Stone Rings · How To Make A Statement Ring · Jewelry on Cut Out. Amazing Jewelry Cleaner! ∙ How To by ciinandii on Cut Out. DIY Anthropologie Gumball Necklace. I’ve realized that I enjoy making stuff from unusual materials. Hose clamps, hex nuts, you get the idea…. When I saw this Anthropologie gumball necklace I thought, how cool would it be to make one from actual gumballs! So I did. And it only cost me 50 cents – not $258! I’ve worn this necklace a couple of times – I love that I can change out the colors – and people always comment on it. To make your own, you will need: 2 gumballs of different sizes.
Step 1: Poke a hole into the gumball. Step 2: Coat the earring clamp in glue and insert it into the gumball hole. Step 3: Cut your chain. NOTE: Did you notice that I’m using “Mark’s Ruler”? Step 4: Add your jump rings to the each end of the chain and attach to the gumball when the glue is dry. My gumball looks kind of wet here because I coated it in Modge Podge. I left the other gumballs untreated and they were fine. Step 5: Wear by crossing one side under and over the other. Ice Cone Necklace ∙ How To by Europa Mon on Cut Out.