Gallery of handmade necklace designs.

Elemental Creations

by Galena Gibson. (Southeast Arkansas) I love to order mixed packets of focals! It’s just like getting a surprise stone that normally you would squint at, zoom in on, and deliberate over, until you decided to take a chance that that is the stone they will send you! Along with the color combinations the fossil […]

Vintage Glass and Silver Necklace

by Lynn. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) I love working with different materials and making asymmetrical designs. In this piece I found an oval vintage glass foil bead which was pierced twice so I attached it to a silver connector that I’ve been waiting to use for the right piece because it is drilled through more than […]

Leaves and Flowers Necklace

by Rossella. (Bolzano, Italy) I’m Rossella from Italy. I create jewelry only for my pleasure. This necklace is made with colorful acrylic leaves and flowers. Seed beads and other colorful beads are also used. Rossella Artedaparte

Air Dry Clay Bird Pendant

by Jennie McIntyre. (Rochester UK) This was made from air dry clay. I then used acrylic paints and finally sealed for durability. I decided to pair with the lovely red agate pebbles I had brought some time earlier and finished with bronze tone findings for a rustic appearance. I used a magnetic clasp. The lightness […]

A Little Something from North Carolina

by Janet. (Raleigh, NC) The bottom layer is sand from Atlantic Beach. Tiny findings are layered on and encased in Diamond Glaze. Janet Janetjacksonjewelrydesign

We’re Not in Kansas Anymore Necklace

by Chris Rehkop. (Ashland, MO) I finished this piece last weekend to sell in a local shop (The Eclectic Corner). I call it “We’re Not in Kansas Anymore.” I first found the charm with a little dog in a basket, and then saw some ideas online to make hot air balloon themed necklaces. As I […]

A Mingling of Indonesian, Baltic, and Southwest Charm

by Diane Schamp. (Great Lakes Region) A diverse mix of materials and colors makes for an eye-catching necklace. The pendant and sterling beads are Indonesian handmade beads displaying patterns of elaborate detail oxidized to enhance the wire rings and granulation work. The necklace is made with Baltic amber nuggets in honey, brown, and yellow combined […]

Morocco Necklace

by Dennise Larson. (Ridgefield, WA) After a trip to Morocco with wonderful sights scents and BEADS, I put this little gem together with tagua, Indonesian glass and a polymer clay faux amber pendant. Dennise Larson Snagridge EcoBeads Tagua

108 Long Gemstone Mala Bead Necklace

by Holly Louen. (Green Valley, Arizona) This hand knotted, 108 gemstone mala necklace is truly a statement piece. The number 108 is significant for a number of reasons and it is open to interpretation. Mala beads were traditionally created to be used as a tool in meditation. However — I believe mala beads are also […]

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