Quick and easy to make and great end result all you need to make these is some ribbon of your choice, needle & thread felt, safety pin & all purpose glue ! and hey presto you have yourself a cute new badge, gift it, wear it or use it to jazz up a present you have to wrap, either way I am sure you will be pleased!
These are some pendants I made using Barbie heads, 40x30mm bezel settings, ball chain, charms, beads, rhinestones, and other jewelry findings. I’m not really sure what inspired me at first, I was just using an exacto knife on a Barbie one day(that sounds creepy) and decided to glue it in a bottle cap, which started my new obsession with making these pendants. I just recently opened a little online shop after getting a good response from people on the internet of my pieces.
You can find her store here. And check out her blog here
New hammered hearts collection, in time for Valentine’s day, all lovingly handmade by Esh of OC Designs. Hearts are cut out from hammered silver sheet, then filed, polished and attached to faceted semi-precious gemstone beads & a sparkly diamond-cut silver chain,
In the picture: Amethyst (February birthstone), Pink Tourmaline and Garnet (January birthstone)
You can go get one of these here & follow the wonderful lady who makes them here
These are some of my new range of wire-wrapped rings made with non-tarnish enamelled copper wire and gemstones. They’re so fun to make, and each one comes out totally unique! you can find the ring and other lovely hand made jewelry here!!!
I love this ring seriously thinking about buying it love the croc skin bead LOVE IT!!!
Super cute and well in season perfect for some cute earrings (:
Love this ring, LOVE IT, now we can all have salad fingers!!
Love this ring that was sent to me from @robotichippo love it ! check out her blog!
This necklace is made up of some fantastic 10mm Fire Agates, inter-spaced with white freshwater pearls and faceted carnelian beads. It closes with a 14k gold-filled toggle clasp.
I originally made it as a present for my mum, who when I gave it to her said she ‘prefers blues’ (which is funny, as most of her clothes are warm colours!).
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I’ve partnered up with Women of Kireka – a jewelry coop based in Kampalan, Uganda. They are a group of 19 internally displaced women who’ve come together to produce sustainable income. I’ve purchased paper beads from them that are absolutely gorgeous! So I made these earrings with their paper beads and Turquoise natural stones. Hope you enjoy!
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