I like how traditional cross stitch patterns translate perfectly to hama bead pegboard. You never know when inspiration is going to strike. These hama bead patterns that I found on pinterest have certainly got my weekend ideas flowing. Try google “free crossstitch patterns” to find the different patterns in different colors you need. Surely, hama beads and pegboard are the main materials you will need. And hama beads are the perfect beads for this kind of craft making. Happy crafting!
Jewelry are my weak spot. I have SO many jewelries, most of which I’ve made myself. Today’s DIY project is a fun way of recycling your old jewelries to form a far more expensive jewelry box cluth. You only need a few old jewelries (broken, odd and unlove bracelets, necklaces and earrings), a hard case box cluth and glue.
Now let’s begin the simple but stylish project. Take a loook at the image steps below.
Step 1. Gather your old jewelries you would like to collocation. Then cut them into seperate parts to prepare.
Step2. Desigin the perfect placement, you’d better take a photo, then glue into place one by one.
Step3. Leave to dry. There it is!
Tips: If you do not want to destroy your jewelry though they are old. You can choose some bling bling cheap beads or cheap pendants instead.
I DO LOVE this and can’t wait to use on Valentine’s party. Happy crafting!
This jewelry making video shows you how to make a rosegold heart charm bracelet from sweet materials – rosegold polymer clay and pink glass pearl beads chain, and also very quick to make. Oh, and it’s earth-sweetly gift, too. :）
Prepare the main supplies shared below:
premo clay in copper
premo clay in blush
miniaturesweet diamond cut heart
glass pearl beads chain
As to the rosegold heart charm, you can use some cheap pendants which are also cute and nice instead. Make sure you check out the Youtube video tutorial below. If you like this video and this blog, you can give it a thumbs up.
Beads, wires, threads and other jewelry making supplies can be used to make all kinds of cute animals such as owl. Here you will see three owl crafts and if you like owls then you will love these ideas out of beads or else materials. If you have no big weekend project plans, you can do the Owl crafts projects. They are cute, fun to do. Here is the collections. Enjoy!
Owl earrings out of embroidery thread and little black seed beads. These pair of earrings are very lightweight and easy to wear.
Wire Owl pendant is made up of copper wire, aluminum wire and glass beads. It is cute and will bring you good luck.
I love this little owl pin best!! Can’t help trying this weekend. :）
Happy holiday!! Today I will share some amazing art jewelry with you! Let’s go…When we say recycle, artisans Rituparna Das and Angeline Babu are the mothers behind Silver Nut Tree. They ofen make all handcrafted and upcycled from PET bottles to inspire their children to recycle. They turn “trash” into value jewelry named The Phoenix Range. What a great idea! I collected some of their amazing crafts below. Enjoy!
Silver Nut Tree earrings
They work with PET plastic bottles, bottlecaps and CD cases, painted them to the cured art with rubber glue to keep the art intact and protected. Then do the wire work and beading. What inspirational crafts!
I must say that I am super excited! I will have a try to make a simple necklace with bottlecaps, glass beads and pearl beads. That must be a great holiday craft with my moms, sisters, aunts or kids. If you agree with me, gonna prepare some PET bottles and other jewelry making supplies, then try one out! Happy holiday! :）
Coz I lost in making a perfect gift (pendant or ring) for my grandmother as her 60 years old birthday gift end of this month, I do need some ideas. So you can imagine how happy I would when I see these grandmother birthstone’s wire wrapping jewelry on pinterest. They are amazing crafts, agree? Thanks for the great share. I’ve been in preparing the perfect beads to make the similar ones. And the heart pendant necklace is my first choice, then go to the third wire wrapped ring…:）:）
A quick and easy DIY for yourself or for a friend!
Get small colorful seed beads, silver chain and longer eye pin prepared, and let’s start to make it! First, to do the horizontal pendant, you will need to thread the colorful seed beads one by one onto the eye pin (PS: I used 7cm long eye ping, it all depends by you.). Loop the end with pliers after finishing adding the seed beads, and the horizontal pendant is done. Attach the pendant with the silver chain by using 2 jump rings on both ends. Do not forget to add a lobster clasp on the other ends of necklace chain. And voila, the easy DIY necklace is ready to shine!
Thanks for Pandahall for providing me such great supplies for beads and findings!