by Hande. (Istanbul, Turkey) I am really happy to share my new firuza stone evil eye bracelets. Firuze stones are getting popular these days because it is a stone of happiness. To bring happiness to people`s life, I decided to create these cute evil eyes as a wedding favors or a bridesmaids jewelry. Very meaningful! Hande Handemadeit Hande on Facebook … [Read more...] about Evil Eye Macrame Bracelets
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by Dianne Culbertson-Jacques. (Windsor, Vermont USA) Thanks Rena, for the great tutorial on patina! I am having so much fun that I have finally taken the plunge and purchased everything I need to begin soldering, shaping, and creating metal (copper and silver) jewelry. It is something I have been curious about for a long time so now at the tender age of 58 I am … [Read more...] about Expanding My Jewelry Making Skills!
by Sheila Meador. (Charlotte, North Carolina USA) My sister took care of her ailing husband until he passed away of ALS 4 years ago. Two years ago, she discovered she has heart disease which runs in our family. She had triple bypass surgery and still isn't very strong. She gets depressed and has episodes of anxiety. I decided to make an encouragement charm … [Read more...] about Encouragement Bracelet
by Malone Guthrie. (Clark, Near Steamboat Springs Colorado USA) I was lucky enough to find three different gorgeous vintage Swarovski magnetic clasps. I had them for months and just could not find a way to use them. The clasps had a slot on one side and two drilled holes on the other. I came up with the idea of wire wrapping them onto a sterling silver … [Read more...] about Vintage Swarovski Clasp Dilemma
by Jan C Aynes. (Phoenix, Arizona USA) I made several base metal cuffs from brass, bronze and copper 16g 6" x 12" sheets, cut them down, printed patterns on PnP Blue, ironed onto metals of choice, added different patinas, cleaned them up, filed the edges, hammered the shapes, applied clear coat. This was my first time ever etching and making cuffs. Jan C Aynes … [Read more...] about I Went On A Metal Etching Spree
by Sue Crawford. (Florida USA) My variation of a pattern I found online. I recently went to a bead show, came upon these tila beads and blue zircon crystals and decided to try the pattern with my own variation of adding the crystals on top. Sue Crawford TheBeadedPathway … [Read more...] about Gray Tila Beads Bracelet
by Aly Moody. (Wilmington, North Carolina USA) I live near the beach so it's not hard to conjure images and memories of my times there. A 10 minute drive and I can stick my toes in the sand. But for some, the beach is a temporary vacation adventure. They only have a one or two week opportunity to enjoy seeing the surf wash up onto the sand. Those are the people … [Read more...] about Sand, Surf & Sea
by Joybelle Malcolm. (Marietta, Georgia USA) The bracelets are made from 100% natural cording material and colored by hand. They are then treated with a water repellent spray and embellished. There are so many design possibilities. Joybelle Malcolm BelleJoy Jewelry … [Read more...] about Colored By Hand Cord Bracelets
by Gilian. (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia) Made this bracelet with topaz Swarovski elements and black crystals. I had to mix silver and gold jump rings because I ran out of gold claw clamp locks. So instead of using just silver, I added gold to complement with the topaz settings. I find this really cool since this is my first time to play with Swarovski … [Read more...] about Topaz Swarovski Elements
by Alicia. (Dover, Delaware USA) I have a vase full of little river pebbles that came from the Dollar store. They were originally purchased for our turtle tank but ended up being too small. So now they sit in glass vases as home decor. A lot of the little rocks are actually quite pretty, so I decided to see if I could wrap some and turn them into charms. It was a … [Read more...] about River Pebble Charm Bracelet
by Chris Rehkop. (Ashland, Missouri USA) I recently discovered some wonderful ‘watercolor’ leather products on a jewelry supplies web site. It got me thinking about creating a simple but beautiful bracelet that could be worn every day. Then I found some wonderful findings in antique brass that complemented my color scheme perfectly. I’m very pleased with the … [Read more...] about Watercolor & Antique Brass Bracelet
by Somaia. (USA) I used Keishi freshwater pearl, by looping a wire 24 gauge, and made two knots from each side with the leather (brown). Then I used a celtic button as a clasp. Keishi freshwater pearl has irregular shape and it's size about 8mm Somaia Yadawi Jewelry on Etsy Yadawi Jewelry on Facebook … [Read more...] about Keishi Freshwater Pearls Leather Bracelet