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DIY: Neon Necklace Hi Glitter Girls! It’s Grace, from Stripes & Sequins here to bring you another fun (and incredibly easy) DIY project. The inspiration Is it just me or has this Adia Kabur necklace been absolutely everywhere? At $144, it’s a bit pricey. So, when asked if I could DIY it, I was up for the challenge. You only need two things for this DIY: 1.5 yards of metallic resin chain* and a can of neon pink spray paint. Split your chain into two pieces. Let dry overnight. Carefully rejoin the pink chain to the silver chain, being sure that the chain does not twist. And you are finished! *I had an incredibly tough time sourcing the resin chain.

How To Make Easy Braided Bracelets One made from strips of fabric and leather. Shoelaces in offsetting colors for the other. I LOVE these bracelets - great color! If you're looking for a fun project this is it. These bracelets would also make great gifts! Visit Between the Lines for a how-to in 16 pictures with a short description below. For the photo tutorial go here: The Paper Sunrise Necklace » mad mim For a girl who has never worn a lot jewelry, I sure can’t get enough of it now. Or at least making it. I confess I’ve only wore my flower bib-statement necklace once. But jewelry is just a real blast to make, and I’ve already justified the almost 2 hours I spent making this necklace by wearing it twice. Necklace construction inspired by this necklace. See my other paper bead jewelry projects here: the paper bead tutorial, the Anthro knockoff Vaqunnon Earrings, the Anthro knockoff Hue Pyramid Earrings + tutorial.

Drilled Natural Stone Jewelry Tutorial Guest post tutorial by Jenny Hoople of Authentic Arts. Want to learn how to drill holes in beach stones? Well, I’ve got good news for you: it’s pretty easy and I’d love to tell you how it’s done. I’ve been making this natural stone jewelry for several months with pre-drilled pebbles that I purchased from fellow Etsy artisans. Choosing the Right Stone for Drilling Almost any stone that you find CAN be drilled, but I really recommend starting with softer sedimentary rocks (sandstone, mudstone, limestone, etc). Equipment You Need to Drill Your Own Beach Stones 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Lets Start Drilling! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The only way that I alter these unique stones other than drilling a hole in them is to rub them with my hands after I’ve just put on some unscented Eucerin lotion (after the stones are dry, of course!). Now get out there and start making some fabulous beach stone creations! Thank you so much Jenny for sharing your project!

DIY — bracelet made from braided beads | Simply Allis I came across this tutorial from ECAB that demonstrates how to make a braided bead necklace and I knew instantly that was going to be my next project. I have modified the instructions a bit to make a braided bead bracelet. I will show you pictures from my bracelet making process and give brief instructions. Please click the link above to go on over to ECAB for the full tutorial. It is wonderful. These are my supplies. First I strung about 4″ of beads on to my thread. Next I chose to go ahead and cut 2 pieces of chain a little longer than I though I would actually need and attached a jumpring. Make sure all your bead tips are closed around the knot. A closer look. Next, braid the beads. Secure the bead tips at the end of the braid to the other jumpring and chain from earlier. Cut the chain to size then attach a clasp and you are all done! Now go find a new outfit to go with your awesome bracelet. to Pinterest Like this: Like Loading...

Tatted Mask My tatted mask is made with cotton thread, swarovski crystals and a few small pieces of wire. You will need an intermediate to advanced knowledge of needle or shuttle tatting to complete this project including split rings, josephine knots and adding beads to tatting. This project uses size 10 crochet cotton thread, size 5 tatting needle(or shuttle), 45 3mm/4mm swarovski crystals, 1 piece of wire at 6.5cm and 2 pieces at 17.5cm, jewelry pliers, scissors, steel crochet hook (optional for joins) If you need help learning tatting check out Bella Online or join the tatting group Intatters. This mask as well as many of my other tatted creations can be found in my Etsy store. If you have any questions or problem, please let me know. Happy tatting! Leftovers for lunch: DIY Spike Jewelry Part 1 In my always planning ahead (but always running late) world, leftovers for lunch or dinner are what keep me running. It's thrifty and resourceful, just like DIY! Coming this week is a triple threat of DIY projects, all leftover based. Remember my turquoise spike bead necklace? Keep reading for how-to! Project 1 Knuckle Ring Materials: Two spike beadsRing blankTube bead (that spike rings fit snugly in) E6000 super glue Attach tube to ring blank with glue. Add glue inside tube and insert a bead on either end. Wearing it, I can only hold up my middle finger.

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