Jewelry Gallery

Gallery of handmade jewelry creations.

Faded Memories Bracelet

by Chris Rehkop. (Ashland, MO) My husband and I had these comfortable but wonderfully worn, old denim shirts that had seen better days. As I hate throwing things away, I look for ways to repurpose items. I tore the first shirt apart, saving several pieces, and here’s the first cuff bracelet I made. I posted […]

First Wire Bracelet

by Catherine Smith. (Oklahoma) I’ve been wanting to learn working with wire. I really want to make bracelets and rings. I sat down and figured it out after lying in bed the night before. I started with 16 gauge copper wire, hardened it, then used 24 gauge copper wire to wrap around the base. I […]

Honey Bee My Bracelet

by Regina Pickering. (Ovett, Mississippi) I have a friend who is deeply concerned with the plight of the honey bee, and for good reason. Their numbers are dwindling, and if not for the honey bees we would soon be without food. For her birthday I made her a kumihimo bracelet with a bee theme. I […]

Simple Necklace Style to Wear Long or Short

by Kathy Zee. (Fiddletown, CA) I love the look of long necklaces that are versatile. Wear it long or double it and make two strands. This one is summery with light blue pearl beads, silver lined #6 seed beads and faceted purple crystals. This necklace is 42 inches long. I make earrings to match and […]

Purple Passion Silk and Feather Necklace / Headband Duo

by Tamara Robertson. (Sarnia, Ontario, Canada) The starting point for this piece was the beautiful large 1″ long crystal. It was passed on to me several years ago by a friend who retailed crystal jewellery, but who wasn’t a jewellery artist. It was an element in a piece of jewellery, but part of the back […]

Bronze Clay Link Bracelet

by Martha Anderson. (Tennessee) Made entirely from Bronze Clay and Kiln Fired. Each link was individually formed and then all joined together with bronze paste before firing. After firing, the piece was burnished and then tumbled for maximum shine. I am enjoying learning about all metal clays. I received a programmable kiln for Christmas and […]

Bracelet Crazy During California Rain and Flooding

by Kathy Zee. (Fiddletown, CA) It has been raining so much in California. For a few days roads were flooded. So I wanted to make something that was easy, so I chose some bracelets. I gathered beads that I felt would go together nicely. Then I got carried away. I started with beading wire with […]

Snowy Elegance Necklace

by Jackie. (Bridgewater, MA) All the snow and icicles inspired this piece. I love how it captures the beauty of New England winter! Jackie Morning Star Sanctuary Studio

Necklace with Superduo Beads

by Sena David. (United States) My client wanted a necklace made with the same beads that are in her bracelet. (Superduo beads have two holes instead of just one.) This is what I came up with. Sena David SCD Designs

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