How to Make a Necklace Display Stand in 10 Minutes. This is an inexpensive and fast way to make a cloth covered necklace holder to show off your paper jewelry. I was inspired after reading a post from the Stella + Hodge blog. She made really pretty necklace holders with decorative paper. I decided to cover mine with fabric to make it a little sturdier. Since I used iron-on adhesive, there is no wait time for anything to dry. It’s literally iron, cut out, and use! DIY Jewelry Display Stand Materials: 2 pieces of fabric – 8-1/2 x 11 inches (Fat quarters used for quilting work well.)1 piece of cardstock or heavy paper - 8-1/2 x 11 inchesHeat’n Bond Ultra Iron-On Adhesive- 2 pieces cut to 8-1/2 x 11 inches (Check the instructions for the iron settings.) Necklace Display Stand Supplies Steps: 1. Download a DIY Jewelry Display Stand Template 2.
Ironing Adhesive onto Fabric 3. 4. 5. The paper is ironed between the 2 pieces of fabric 6. 7. Template laying on top of Fabric 8. Here are 2 finished display stands. DIY Cloth Covered Necklace Stands. 123BEAD - Beaded Jewelry Making Instructions, Tutorials, Projects & Kits. The jewelry you make from this design is yours do with as you please.
You may make it as often as you like without any restrictions. For example, you can make this jewelry for yourself, for friends, or to sell. I do not require that you give credit to me for the design. While I assert no rights over the finished jewelry made from these instructions, the photography/images and text on this page are copyrighted as follows: Copyright Erin Weik.
This copyright applies only to the document above, and does not apply to the rest of the website content, images and text, for which I retain full rights. Stepping Thru Crazy: Rolled Fabric Rings. Happen to have some scrap fabric laying around?
I know I do. LOTS of it. What do I do with it? Here's one thing- fold it, sew it, roll it and wear it: Yep, it's pretty much as easy as that. Materials: scrap fabric (the longer the fabric, the bigger your ring)hot glue gun & glue stickspiece of scrap fabric for ring backingring blankE6000 glue, or another super strong glueTools:iron & ironing boardsewing machinescissorsCut a strip of fabric and iron it. Using the following pictures as a guide, fold the fabric and iron the folds down. Take your strip of fabric to the sewing machine and sew a wide zig-zag stitch down the center to hold the folded strip together. Here's what I had my machine set on to do the zig-zag. Start rolling the fabric up, using hot glue to secure it along the way. Roll the fabric up all the way, making sure to secure the end with glue. Once the glue has dried wear your ring!
Bound Earth - Contemporary Jewelry Design by Andrea Williams. African earrings – crochet tutorial. Today we offer you to create yourself a new fixture – the so-called African earrings! They are knitted very quickly and easily. And most importantly – earrings perfectly fit in your beach wardrobe. So, get started! We need: remnants of cotton thread, round blanks for earrings 22 buttons fastener, Pliers. Step 1: Orange thread binds the basis of next sc. Step 2: The second row of sc knit scheme * 1 sc, 1 sc with a button (repeat until the end of the series). With Pliers bend the ring fastener, thread it through the loop on and bend to its initial position.African earrings ready wear with pleasure! Visit link →
Scarf Knit With Comb ∙ How To by Zydonia on Cut Out. Scarf, knit, weareables, accesories I was just curious if it would be possible to knit on a pick or comb.
So, I tried it. It actually works really well for a small project! First, I tried a pick using all the teeth. I kept weaving it too tight and couldn't get the yarn over the other. Then, I tried a big fat comb. Please post images if you give this a try. Find the Latest News on Tribal Jewellery at Tiger Tem's Fashion Bites. Splenderosa: August 2009. Colorblock Thread Wrapped Belt. I was browsing Polyvore a while back, and came across a $52 J.
Crew belt. It was super cute, but I knew it could easily be DIY'd - and I happened to have all of the supplies on hand. It's really simple, and can easily be done within an hour or so. Supplies: - Skinny belt - Assorted colors of embroidery thread* - Scissors - Elmer's glue * The amount of thread you'll need will depend on how much you want to cover your belt, and how much of each color you'll be using. 1) Choose a spot on your belt to start wrapping the thread. 2) Start tightly wrapping the thread around the belt. 3) Continue wrapping the thread until you're ready to start the next color. 4) Tie the next thread color. 5) Repeat with the new color. 6) Continue until you're done with the entire belt. 7) When you're done, make sure all of the knots are tight enough to hold the wrapped thread in place. 8) Place small dots of Elmer's glue on each of the knots, and let dry completely. xo, kirsten.
Heron's Crafts: Olympic Countdown - 11 Weeks to go - Olympic Keyrings. Just 11 weeks to go until the start of the London 2012 Olympics.
This week I made some London keyrings inspired by these over at Sarah Ortega. I have never had Jenga so couldn't use Jenga blocks to make these key rings. Instead, I used 7 x 2 x 1.2 cm blocks of wood. I bought a 1.5m long piece of 2cm wide, 1.2cm deep wood from B&Q and used a saw to make the 7 cm blocks. Make you sand the raw edges where you sawed and then you are ready to go! Materials 7cm x 2cm x 1.2cm wooden blocks Screw Eyes Key Ring Wrapping paper/maps etc. Instructions 1. 2. 3. These technique is versatile an adaptable to creating keyrings for any occasion! For my London Olympic keyrings I used...London tube map, Union Jack wrapping paper and crown wrapping paper (left over from the Olympic Storage Boxes).
You could also use magazines, wallpaper or scrapbook paper to create a totally unique keyring So have a look in your stash and see what great papers are waiting to be transformed into cute keyrings Love Rebecca. The Imagination Tree: Salt Dough Olympic Medals! We made some salt dough medals with number imprints ready to celebrate the Olympics which are being held in our home city of London this year!
Salt Dough Recipe: 1 cup salt1 cup plain (all purpose) flour3/4 cup water Simply combine the flour and salt in a bowl, then add the water gradually. Knead the mixture until it becomes a dough-like consistency. It will feel very grainy because of the high salt content, but that’s fine. We squeezed some glitter confetti into our dough to make it sparkly, just for fun! Once we had made our dough, Cakie rolled it out until it was 1-2cm thick. We found our wooden numbers (same as the wooden letters we used in this play dough letter impression post) and Cakie identified the numbers 1, 2 and 3.
We talked about 1st, 2nd and 3rd place and what that means in relation to the Olympic races and contests. The next day they painted them gold, silvery pink (!) Then we threaded them with red ribbon and they are ready to wear! Learning Links: RainbowDepot.com: Handmade Friendship Bracelets. Check out these fun and colorful Handmade Friendship Bracelets from Rainbow Depot.
They come in a ten pack and each one is a different design and color. They expand up to 9" so you can wear them on your wrist or ankle. Order some for yourself, and order some for your bestie. Those good ol' Golden Girls said it best when they said, "Thank you for being a friend Traveled down the road and back again You're heart is true, you're a pal and a confidant" And then there were those other "Friends" who said, "I'll be there for you When the rain starts to fall I'll be there for you Live I've been there before 'Cause you're there for me too" So show that special friend how much you care by giving a true gift of friendship. Quiet Lion Creations: Chan Luu Single Wrap Macrame Bracelet.
Chan Luu bracelets are just so cool!
What's great about them is that they use simple macrame techniques to produce different results, this time with the addition of beads! This tutorial adds on to my previous Square Knot Friendship Bracelets, but utilizes the beads in a different way; on the outside of the knots as opposed to the inside. What you get is a totally different result! Step 1: Gather materials. Needed are 3mm glass gemstone beads, cotton thread for knotting, scissors, tape, and a bead and crimp for closure. Step 2: Start the knots. Once you have a couple of square knots, take either side of the thread and add beads to these threads. Take two beads right up to the last knot.
Make a square knot, making sure the beads are caught in the knot and lie right on either side of the center thread. Step 2: Continue this method. Once you have gotten one square knot set, continue to knot in this way, until your bracelet is as long as you need. You're finished! DIY Colorblock Earrings. This is such a fun and easy way to spruce up those old boring silver hoop earrings that you may laying around.
Does anyone even wear silver hoop earrings anymore? I don't. This little project was inspired by these bracelets that I made a while back. What you will need: 2 different colors of embroidery threadHoop earringsKrazy Glue (not shown)Scissors (not shown) Cut two long pieces of embroidery thread. When you are ready to add the second color (purple), simply tuck the orange thread behind and begin wrapping the purple. When you reach the end tie a tight knot and cut off the remaining thread. Add a drop of Krazy Glue to each end to keep the thread from coming loose. I never know what to say at the end of the finished product other than...TADA! On a side note: I just found out that a Hobby Lobby opened up literally down the street from me.
Quiet Lion Creations: All the Rage's Rainbowlicious Hoops. This newest tutorial is full of color!
Rainbowlicious, in fact. Inspired by All the Rage's Day Bright Rainbowlicious Hoops, these simple earrings come together quickly. All you need is some wire and thread! I used tie-dye embroidery floss from Michael's to create the tie-dye look. If you don't have any, you can use just plain colors. This accessory is on trend, as many designers are incorporating bright neon color into their designs and outfits for spring. Make them in all different colors for all different outfits! Let's get started. Step 1: Gather materials. I used a strand of tie-dye embroidery floss and a strand of plain yellow to create the striped look. Step 2: Make your frames. Step 3: Begin wrapping. Step 4: Continue wrapping. Step 5: Finishing.
If you share/use/post this tutorial, please link back to me. Around Wire: Metal Etching - My First Try. I never thought I would do anything with metal etching. Well, never say "never", right? Thanks to Meredith Arnold, I wanted to try etching. I had everything I needed to start: metal (copper and nickel silver) disks, PCB Enchant (ferric chloride), Staz-On ink with rubber stamps, black ultra-fine Sharpie, washing soda, gloves... First, I started with copper disks. I bought a small stamp with butterfly at Michaels (on sale for $2.00) and a leaf stamp for $1.00. Well, I was happy with copper, but not satisfied with nickel silver disks :( Initially, both metals, copper and nickel silver, were shiny... After etching, copper came out shiny, but NS etched part was dull even after polishing with Euro-Shine and polishing cloth. UPD. UPD2. Shrinky Bracelet. If you grew up in the 80's, like I did, you're probably already familiar with the awesomeness that is Shrinky Dinks...but did you know that you can still buy Shrinky Dinks?
Yep, they're still out there - in craft stores, hobby shops, and even on Amazon. But you don't have to buy a Shrinky Dink kit to have all the fun. Just look for #6 plastic containers and you can make your own! There is a great tutorial on Instructables (courtesy of Dabbled) with all the instructions for making your own shrinky projects from #6 plastic containers, so I won't go into too much detail here.
Most of this post is actually about turning these awesome little pieces of plastic into a sweet bracelet (and bonus pendant) to give to mom for Mother's Day. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Use a pair of pliers to open the rings. 8. Surprise mom with a priceless piece of jewelry made by her little artists! Cute, right? The DIY: FASTEST FRIENDSHIP BRACELET EVER. We were super excited to share the Fishtail Friendship bracelet tutorial with you and we are even more excited to share that we've found an easier way to do it.
Don't get me wrong, I will still use the original technique to create more intricate designs but, this new tutorial is so quick you will end up wanting to make one in every color combination possible (like we did!) This tutorial is very similar to the other one so I will just share with you the differences. 1. You will only need to choose three colors of embroidery/friendship thread.
Cut two pieces of each color at around 3 feet each. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. To see more detailed instructions of the end steps please refer to this tutorial. P.S. Ball And Chain Stackable Rings « Makeover Hoop Earrings. Beaded Bracelets. Armband av smälta pärlor – Melted bead bracelet. 11 Eureka: Techni-Color Bracelet DIY. DIY Friendship Necklace.
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Google Image Result for. Recycled crafts. Zipper Bracelet. Flashback: Wire Wrap Jewelry. Zipper & Felt Leaf Brooches so clever. A handstitched Friday – Zipper Rosettes. Raw materials for jewellery. Popsicle Stick Bracelets. Creative Torbay / events / Yvonne Temple / Events / Thu 3rd Mar 2011 / Button Jewellery Workshop, Totnes. Button Jewellery - Necklace & Rings - Jet Designs. DIY copper etching tutorial « Rings and Things.
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