Happy Wednesday everyone! We’re pretty much halfway into summer, and I’ve got another beautiful DIY to share with you all. I honestly love simple jewelry, and this diy chain bracelet is no exception. I won’t lie, you might have to run to the store to get some supplies to make the bracelet, but it’s totally worth it! The end result is so pretty that you will want to make some for your friends/family too. Read on for the super easy tutorial!
So I stepped out to Michaels a few days ago and bought a bunch of materials…which means diys are on the way (hopefully). Here’s one that is one of my favorites! This project is so adorable and almost everyone needs to make one! (I mean come on, who doesn’t own a few rings?) As you can probably tell by my last post, I’m obsessed with water marbling and decided to give it a go on clay. It turned out great and I couldn’t wait to share it! Read on for the how-to!
I am always looking for new ways to store my jewelry. This ring holder turned out to be the perfect way to display my rings. Bonus, this jewelry storage method is super cute (who doesn’t love toy animals?) and elegant at the same time! I can’t help but smile whenever I look at it on my vanity. My original plan was to use a gold paint/polish but I ran out, so I decided to use a silver metallic color instead. If you’re feeling bold, go for some spring-like colors, such as hot pink or blue!
DIY: Jewelry Tree
Hello everyone! I’m super excited to share a neat DIY jewelry storage method today! I, for one, have tons of jewelry lying around in my drawers, and I’m sure that many of you do too. Jewelry is too pretty to be stuffed in drawers, so sometimes I like to display it in different ways. This jewelry tree storage method/display is perfect to brighten up your decor and add a nice elegant touch to your bedroom.
As you may be able to tell, I have been on a jewelry kick lately, and have been finding all kinds of inspiration to make different types of jewelry. Here’s another great idea, a geometric circle necklace! I’m so excited to share with you all my next Youtube video! To make this gorgeous necklace, I used these circular shaped pieces that I had leftover from another project. Similar pieces can be found at Michaels, or you can use other circle shaped items such as curtain rings, hoop earrings, etc. I hope you all find this DIY to be helpful, and if you are on a DIY kick like me, be sure to check out my other jewelry projects.
I love showing you all how to do easy tutorials, and it doesn’t get easier than this simple yet beautiful, braided bracelet. This is definitely among my favorites of the jewelry diys I have done. Through this process of upcycling, you can take your old jewelry and make it into a completely new piece.
I finally finished filming and editing my new video! I had so much fun filming this DIY Tassel Necklace for you all, and I hope that you will enjoy it just as much as I did when I filmed it. This necklace is a nice way to bring together an outfit and you can wear it with absolutely anything! Tassels are usually made with leathery material, but because I did not have any leather in my house, I decided to opt for similar thick fabric. The result turned out the same as it would have with leather. That’s what I love about crafts and diys, you can substitute most materials for things you already have in your house.
I absolutely love handmade jewelry! The great thing about making jewelry is that you can personalize the colors according to your taste. I decided to experiment by combining a braided bracelet and some beads and this is what I ended up with. Of course, you can easily change around the beads by size, color, etc. I decided to go with pearl-looking beads to give the bracelet a slightly elegant touch. Put your own spin on this pearl bracelet and let me know how it turns out!
Friendship bracelets make a cute gift to give to anyone! Usually, these bracelets come across as hard to make, but in reality all you need is practice to get the hang of making them. Read the instructions and follow the pictures carefully to learn how to make this simple and easy friendship bracelet. Click here for the full tutorial.