So there’s the “After” glamor shot—let’s take a look at the Before! I found this little copper tea tin at a thrift store and loved the look of it, even though it was pretty worn out and missing a handle. Sad little tea tin. It rattled around in the trunk of my car for a few months… Continue reading Replacement Knob for a Tea Tin | DIY Tutorial
Resin is a fun material because you can make designs that seem to defy gravity. These little crescent moon tags and hexagon heishis have a whole new look in these earrings, suspended like celestial bodies in the night sky.
These two pairs of earrings are made with Swarovski De-Art crystal pendants, a pendant that has been discontinued but we still have a nice selection of. We love the unique geometric shape of these crystals, they catch light in a very interesting way. The Copper Arch earrings, which use Montana Blue crystals are remind… Continue reading De-Art Crystal Earrings | DIY Tutorial
Here’s a simple project you can make with our new Beadable Cuff Bracelets. It uses our new 8mm Melon Beads in the color Purple Marea, which is a beautiful wash of purples, greens, blues, and blacks. Just another example of the versatility of what you can make with our new Beadable Cuffs. Materials 1 strand 8mm… Continue reading Marea Cuff Bracelet | DIY Tutorial
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When I look at these beautiful Black Gold Amazonite ovals, I see an image of a deep, wave-capped ocean with a blue sky above, like a 19th century seascape painting. This style of semi-precious stone beads are often used as a whole strand, or as part of a larger piece, but I wanted to make something… Continue reading Seascape Earrings | DIY Tutorial
These Vintaj Vogue components are layered and antiqued to echo the look of old Byzantine goldwork.