20 Chic Beach Anklets For Fashion-Forward Girls

20 Chic Beach Anklets For Fashion-Forward Girls
Beach isn’t only about buying swimsuits and sunscreen, if you are a fashion-forward person, you’ll also need some accessories. The hottest and trendiest beach accessories are body jewelry – different chains, and anklets. Amazing anklets are timeless and chic, they can be of different looks and colors and are sure to highlight your beautiful ankles... 
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20 Boho And Gypsy Body Chain Jewelry Ideas

20 Boho And Gypsy Body Chain Jewelry Ideas
Girls, I’m rushing to share another super hot 2017 beach trend with you! As gypsy and boho styles are on top now, everything connected with them is super fashionable, too, and body jewelry for beach looks is a gorgeous trend. Don’t settle for usual boring beach clothing. Amp up your swimwear game with amazing chains... 
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DIY Puzzle Piece With A Heart Necklace

DIY Puzzle Piece With A Heart Necklace
This necklace is awesome for Valentine’s Day and at any other time if you fell in love! Prepare Cricut Explore Cutting Machine, Cricut Design Space™ software, Puzzle Piece Necklace project, 12″ x 12″ StandardGrip Cricut® mat, white cardstock, glue or Mod Podge, glitter, necklace chain. Print and cut puzzle piece following on screen instructions. Repeat... 
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Excellent DIY Feather Bracelets

Excellent DIY Feather Bracelets
For a natural, bohemian look choose feathers in neutral colors, but if you wanna more edgy version, pick up feathers in a bright color such as turquoise or maroon. Let’s start! You’ll need craft feathers, metal bangle and jewelry glue. Line the inside of the bangle with glue. The amount of glue necessary depends on... 
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DIY Statement Ornate Faux Leather Earrings

DIY Statement Ornate Faux Leather Earrings
These leather earrings are realy to make a statement! To make them you’ll need Silhouette Deep Cut Blade, Silhouette Curio, Silhouette Curio Base + Cutting Mat, faux leather, painter’s tape, scissors, earring hooks, jump rings, jewelry pliers and a template. Cut a piece of your faux leather material. Back your leather piece with painter’s tape... 
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Elegant DIY Bow And Crystal Drop Earrings

Elegant DIY Bow And Crystal Drop Earrings
These earrings are great for special events, for example, a dinner party with your friends or girl’s night out. You’ll need head pins, round crystal beads, 1/4-inch wide ribbon (16 inches), scissors, jewelry glue, jewelry pliers, earring stud posts and crystal charms. Add a round crystal bead to each head pin. Cut an 8-inch strand... 
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DIY Wire Love Bracelet With Tassel

DIY Wire Love Bracelet With Tassel
It’s time to prepare for the most romantic day in the year! Start with accessories. You’ll need 22 to 26 gauge wire, thin gold chain, end cap, ring clasp, 5 small jump rings, round nose pliers, flat nose pliers, suede strips, sewing thread, glue, wire cutter, pen and paper. Write your word (or name) in... 
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Simple DIY Vinyl And Hardware Bracelet

Simple DIY Vinyl And Hardware Bracelet
If you’re a big fan of minimalism, you’ll love this accessory idea! For making this bracelet you’ll need paper, scissors, washi tape or scotch tape, extra-fine glitter, 1/4 inch clear PVC tubing (wrist measurement + 1/4 inch), 1/8 inch pipe coupling, hot glue gun and small piece of aluminum or electrical tape. First diagonally cut... 
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DIY One-Sided Earring For A Trendy Mismatched Look

DIY One-Sided Earring For A Trendy Mismatched Look
Mismatched earrings are among the latest trends, many celebrities rock them. Let’s follow trends and make a couple! Prepare studs, chain, headpins, beads, jumprings and glue. First, you’re going to glue your bead to the stud needle, then lay out your design. Slide the chain onto the jumpring and attach it to the wing. Then,... 
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DIY Tom Ford Inspired Fringed Earrings

DIY Tom Ford Inspired Fringed Earrings
These earrings are inspired by Tom Ford, prepare 5″ of cut 3″ fringe, ribbon ends, earring hooks, smooth bent nose pliers, scissors. Use the widest ribbon end in the pack, whichever size you use, measure the width of the ribbon end and times that number by 2. The result is the measurement of fringe for... 
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