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... 
MORE PICTURES

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... 
MORE PICTURES

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,... 
MORE PICTURES

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... 
MORE PICTURES

Feminine DIY Double Strand Lace Headband

Feminine DIY Double Strand Lace Headband
To make your look more gentle and romantic you should add some gorgeous accessories. For example, this double strand lace headband. You’ll need 36 inches of lace or ribbon and 3 1/2 inches of braided elastic. Cut the lace so that you have two strands that are 18 inches long. Lay the end of one... 
MORE PICTURES

Simple DIY Wood And Copper Necklaces

Simple DIY Wood And Copper Necklaces
The supplies for this project are simple, so you can make various types of necklaces from them. You’ll need wooden beads in various sizes (3/8″ – 1.5″), black paint, paint brush, 1/2″ copper tubing, 1/2″ tube cutter and 1mm leather cord. To make your own copper tube beads, pick up some copper tubing and a tube... 
MORE PICTURES

Hot Red DIY Beaded Tassel Earrings

Hot Red DIY Beaded Tassel Earrings
Tassels are the trend of this season, no doubts! Let’s make these original earrings to follow the trend. You’ll need seed beads, rhinestones, silver tassel caps, E6000, a small piece of felt, flat earring posts , nylon beading string, a beading needle, 6mm jump rings, needle-nose pliers. To make the tassels, start by threading your... 
MORE PICTURES

Turquoise Wrapped DIY Statement Bracelet

Turquoise Wrapped DIY Statement Bracelet
The inspiration for this beaded, wrapped DIY bracelet comes from Tory Burch. The supplies are leather cord, turquoise beads, bead stringing wire, leather (or tapestry) needle and a large button. Fold the leather cord in half and make a knot at the end. Make sure your button can pass through the hole. It’s okay if... 
MORE PICTURES

Beautiful DIY Faux Agate Polymer Clay Necklace

Beautiful DIY Faux Agate Polymer Clay Necklace
Sometimes all you need to jazz up an outfit is a statement necklace. This faux agate accessory has such neutral warm and pleasant chocolate brown and gray colors it’ll work well with almost any ensemble you choose. Even the beginner jewelry maker can do this necklace quick, so don’t hesitate do give it a try!... 
MORE PICTURES

DIY Bottega Veneta Inspired Knot Bracelet

DIY Bottega Veneta Inspired Knot Bracelet
This bracelet is inspired by Bottega Veneta works. The supplies are 2 lengths of cord, 1.5 to 2 times the circumference of your wrist, a pair of bails, with a clasp and ending chain attached, E6000. Make sure the 2 cords start flush with each other and are placed flat before tying a knot in... 
MORE PICTURES