This classical bust is a really fun way to store your favorite necklaces. Get the instructions from Design*Sponge. I gotta hand it to you, this plaster DIY jewelry organizer is unique. Check out this DIY hand jewelry holder.
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This is a really simple project that any beginner jewelry maker can do. Pick some of your favorite gemstone beads like rose quartz or jasper and plan out your design. If you want to make this really simple, you can use the same beads for the entire bracelet. For this project, you may want to use a stretchy beading thread over wire. To begin, take the measurements of your wrist and add an inch for extra room on the bracelet. Then, cut your wire to be significantly longer than this to give yourself plenty of room to work. Secure the end of the wire with tape or a paperclip to prevent beads from sliding off and then add your beads to the wire. When you’re done, cut off any excess thread and use a square knot to tie it together. You can use superglue on the knot to ensure that it stays in place.
These new styles join the sterling silver designs, including models that combine sterling silver with yellow gold and diamonds, introduced September, 2018, in an exclusive promotion with Bloomingdale’s. They sold much faster than expected during the two-month run. The company has since made them widely available.
I have become re-enamored with the idea of apothecary bottle necklaces! I particularly love this little one Brigette has, and I really want to fill one with sand from the beach so I can wear summer around my neck all winter long.
Very informative. Travelling with jewelry is very easy just you need extra care because it is so precious and costly. so always keep it with yourself while moving.
I travel with maybe ten pair of earrings, and a change of necklace or two. Each item goes in a tiny ziplock plastic bag, and all the bags go in a fabric pouch. (Currently muslin, I’m on an off-white fabric kick.) This pouch goes in my backpack, so I always know where to find my jewelry.
Can anything be more near-to-the-heart as the memories spent with your friends and family? The answer is obvious! And that’s why picture frames are never going out of the picture when it comes to celebrating…
These bracelets started, more often than not, as experiments in jewelry-making. Hannah Keefe, who offers bracelets out of the LA studio for her brand HannahK, explains that the first permanent bracelet she made was a result of “naturally messing around in my studio.”
What a great idea! There’s so many creative ways to create a jewelry hanger. One…
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If you are on a tight schedule yet you want to make yourself a classy and elegant leather bracelet, then this tutorial will teach you how to do that, while saving a lot of money and trouble at the same time.
The DIY trend is being popularized and adopted in various ways and forms. You could find multiple DIY options to enhance and add on to some existing clothes, shoes, accessories, jewelry, etc. The great part about DIY is that you could add your touch and elements of your choice to a product. There are great ways to create and enhance jewelry using such techniques. Here are 4 DIY jewelry ideas.
NOTE: When looking at the mighty crimper you will see that one side is a half circle and the other has a bump. PUT THE BUMP SIDE DOWN (on the inside of the bracelet). Although you won’t see this part when we are finished it is good practice to always put the bump side down when using this tool.
Get ready to never look at embroidery threads in the same way again. Follow our step-by-step tutorial to make a statement DIY necklace Embroidery threads are not just for stitching and sewing – they have the potential to become statement necklaces using just a few techniques!
Jewelry is an essential part of fashion — even when you travel. Here are some of my favorite packing tips for traveling with jewelry, which include some that I found on Pinterest!
What comes first to the mind when someone mentions summer? It’s those stunning blooms taking the whole surroundings by delight with their colours and awesome fragrances. And integrating a bit of summer to your look…
I love coin rings for summer. They’re so vintage and really easy to make. The silver coins really show off some bling for the warmer months, too. Considering that you actually make these from real coins, they’re a bit more complicated than some of the other jewelry projects for summer on the list, but they’re still completely doable and really are perfect when you want something fun to wear to the beach or lake that won’t tarnish in the water.
About Him and Her created an earring holder that’s not only stylish and pretty but – when the right kind of lace is used – it makes a great spot for keeping earrings organized and ready-to-grab at a moment’s notice.
But when Catbird, a popular Brooklyn-based jewelry store specializing in “casual luxury” that’s beloved on social media, started offering permanent bracelets, the now-adult friends found a solution. West says, “I messaged her on Instagram and I was like, ‘Oh, my god, Katie, now you can never lose it.’” The two went to get their bracelets together.
Washer necklaces are super easy and make very colorful statement pieces. A great simple project for kids too!
Make a trendy statement necklace using Fabric Mod Podge and faux flowers – well, and fabric of course.
If you like to make a statement with your jewellery, you won’t do better than this yellow-gold offering from Chanel.
Old toolboxes serve a purpose not for what anyone expected but for our jewelry and our walls. via Design Sponge
If your in to the vintage look, with the record players and all that things from our nearest past, you will sure love this box. It is two in one, amazing decoration for your room, and a useful box that keeps safe and secure your rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets.
This DIY paper-covered cork board jewelry organizer is an easy transformation to create yourself. Simply use an existing cork board, and cover in paper or paint. Add a couple of pushpins, and you’ve got yourself a jewelry organizer!
Once the necklace arrives, you can choose to wear a single pearl for a more casual look or add more pearls to create a strand for a more elegant ensemble. This fully customizable pearl necklace can truly represent you and your style.
Group together one type of chain (or several different ones) to create a very chic accessory.
I love buying a cute new pair of earrings or picking the perfect necklace for an evening out, but I have to admit I probably spend a bit more money on things I could totally craft myself.
Paracord bracelets are great for hikers, who really step up their game during summer. If you love camping and just everything outdoors, this is the perfect summer jewelry accessory for you. There are a few different ways to make these and all of them are pretty easy to do. If you are planning a camping or hiking trip this season, these paracord or survival bracelets are a must and the materials are really inexpensive.
Turn vintage dishes and candlesticks into a charming jewelry stand. Instructions here.
Utilize a pegboard, soup cans and other hardware pieces and create a functional spot for all your accessories to be displayed and organized at. Check out this DIY at The 36th Avenue.
An old frame can be repurposed into a necklace holder and in case you can’t find a suitable frame you can always build one from scratch using a plywood panel and some scrap wood pieces. You’ll also need some fabric but you can also use paper if you want. In any case, you that to cover the plywood panel so you can have a clean backdrop for the necklaces to contrast with. The project is described in more detail on angelamariemade.
Spring is officially here and you know what that means: time to break out the brightly-colored attire and its corresponding bling! If you’re anything like me, though, finding the right jewelry to match your outfit can be really difficult if it is disorganized. Lucky for you (and for me!), there are some really great ideas out there for DIY jewelry organizers! Here are 11 fun, creative, and stylish ideas for organizing your jewelry.
Jewelry Armoire – available from Amazon. If you really have a LOT of jewelry to storage, then maybe considering a free standing piece of furniture like this jewelry armoire is the best way for you to keep your jewelry collection organized.
If you collect antlers and love them on your wall, you have a great place to place all your necklaces. The outcome will be great because the final look will be enviable. Here is a perfect example of just how majestic the end result would appear.
Here’s a little tip if you recreate this: use two pushpins with statement necklaces. It helps to keep them flatter.
Here’s what my necklace situation looked like before. I’d just grab a hanger and sling some necklaces on it. The necklaces were organized by color though.