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Neverland Jewelry Fun Funky Unique Jewelry by NeverlandJewelry. 'Brandy ♥ Melville USA. September 2011. Sometimes when I am feeling a little uninspired a trip down the kids craft aisle at Michaels can do the trick.

September 2011

I spotted these fusion beads and they brought back tons of memories from when I was a kid. I used to make all kinds of little iron designs with them. I bought them not having a clue what I was going to do with them. I tend to buy things hoping an idea will just pop in my head. This method of buying things and them not having a purpose is causing my craft cupboard (aka kitchen cupboard) to quickly fill up. Half the time my little ideas are major flops but sometimes they actually turn out. What you will need: A package of fusion beads. Lay out your fusion beads face up and form them into the shape of a long cuff.

Place the ironing paper on top of your beads. Once you have done the first side, flip it over and place another piece of iron paper on top and do the same thing. Spray paint it. This is the back side of the cuff. Crystal Ring. Keepsake Pendant. Check Ball Earrings. Boat People's vintage and DIY fashion blog - your daily source of OMG. This past weekend, I got lucky: I found, at my house, a forgotten bag of semi-precious polished stones and some metal wire.

Boat People's vintage and DIY fashion blog - your daily source of OMG

How convenient, and perfect to create stone pendants I thought! Making them required a bit of dexterity but besides that it’s a quick, easy and fun DIY. Plus, it leaves lots of room for creativity and each piece is guaranteed to be unique. Follow the six quick steps below to create your own! What you need: Stones (can be any kind; polished, raw, precious etc. click here for more info about rocks and minerals)Artistic wire (copper wire or gauge wire)PliersCutters Start by placing your stone in the middle of your wire so you can wrap it around the stone.

Then twist your wire perpendicularly so you can wrap the rest of the stone. Twist the wires until you’ve reached the desired length and then make a hoop shape with it. Now that you’ve got a hoop shape, use the extra wire to solidify the hoop by wrapping each of the wires once or twice around it. Cut the extra wires. Passions for Fashion. Perfume Locket. Today I have an exciting new feature we are rolling out on Glamour and Grace!

Perfume Locket

I have asked my good friend Sarah Montes, illustrator and crafter extraordinaire, to come and share a fabulous new DIY idea each month! This month she is sharing something really unique that I know you all will love! I will let Sarah take it away! Greetings Glamour and Grace readers! I’m so excited to being doing today’s DIY post! Materials (will make 5-7 lockets, depending on size): 2 tbsp Beeswax2 tbsp Olive Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, or Jojoba OilEssential oils (Some great scents are Jasmine, Lavender, Vanilla, Ylang ylang, Citrus, etc. Making the perfume Step 1: Using a cutting board and a knife (preferably items that you don’t mind getting waxy) cut one of the beeswax blocks into shavings. Step 2: Once the beeswax is in thin shavings, put it into the jar with the olive oil. Step 3: Use the skewer or straw to stir and help break up the beeswax until it is smooth.

Bottle Necklace DIY & GIVEAWAY. (This giveaway has expired. Thank you all for joining!) Here is a treat for you: I am having my first giveaway! Washer Necklace Tutorial. Diy {bird nest necklace} I have been seeing a lot of bird nest jewelry around lately.

diy {bird nest necklace}

They are beautiful and I love the trend so I thought I would try making my own. These turned out to be really easy to make and require just a few simple supplies. This necklace would make a lovely Mother's day gift, which just happens to be coming up this weekend! What you'll need: - Jewelry wire (I prefer using a 24 gage because it is easier to manipulate but the 20 gage can work well too with the help of some round nose pliers) - pearls or glass beads - necklace chain - jump ring and a clasp. Homemade Hair Treatments - At Home DIY Hair Treatments. Eggs, yogurt and honey are, at first glance, all components of a tasty breakfast—but they also happen to be hair treatment ingredients, and affordable, all-natural ones at that.

Homemade Hair Treatments - At Home DIY Hair Treatments

And they're not the only ones. Did you know, for instance, that the oils in avocados more closely resemble our own skin's oils than any product in the beauty aisle does? Or that the mild acidity in lemon is an effective—and gentler—alternative to chemical-laden products? Next time your locks need a lift, save money by using one of these kitchen fixes.

For All Hair Types "The [raw] egg is really the best of all worlds," says Janice Cox, author of Natural Beauty at Home. To Use: For normal hair, use the entire egg to condition hair; use egg whites only to treat oily hair; use egg yolks only to moisturize dry, brittle hair, Cox says. Photo by Shutterstock. For Dull Hair To Use: Massage 1/2 cup sour cream or plain yogurt into damp hair and let sit for 20 minutes. For Itchy Scalp. Ch5 Vintage Paper Earrings Discover the by VintageOoakDesigns. Copper Mustache Necklace by ArmageddonArt on Etsy. Feather Necklace by KellyStahley on Etsy. Tim Burton inspired house miniature polymer clay by UraniaArt. Product - Octopus Creature Cup by creaturecups · Storenvy. Iron Fist Zombie Stomper Flats - Black/Green (Vegan) - Mandalay patchwork chair by couch gb.

Silver cat ring by Menelanie on Etsy. Pastel Blue Enamel Rose Stud Earrings by meltemsem on Etsy. Snow Chubby Owlette Owl Necklace. Anchor and bow slave bracelet <3. Monster Shark for your Soda Can Silver Grey was by HandaMade. Curse of Ezekiel Skeleton Hand Bracelet. - Anatomical Heart Necklace. Vanilla CupCake Earrings Studs With Bling by Bitsofbling on Etsy.

Hades- oxford by TucheBoutique on Sense of Fashion. Moustache/Mustache Stud Earrings, Nickel Free, Black, Movember. Camera Earrings by Bitsofbling on Etsy. Wanelo - Find unique products and stores you have never heard of.