DIY Jewelry Tutorials
Over the past few years I have found that I enjoy making jewelry more and more. Normally, I would prefer to draw and paint, but sometimes there isn’t enough time, or there is too much stress for me to be able to sit down and enjoy it to it’s fullest. Handmade jewelry helps me to unwind and relax. It is to me what knitting or crocheting is to a lot of people: just a nice relaxing thing to do while watching tv after a long day. I usually work on jewelry projects in between art projects.
As I make more and more jewelry using all sorts of materials, I realized that it deserves it’s own section on our website. Here it is! Here you will find various DIY jewelry tutorials with lots of photos. I hope that you can enjoy making some of these projects yourself!!!
See New Projects:
It is easier to make then it seems.
This was a fun project, and the first time I ever cut my own sheet metal!
Everything you own might need a tassel.
Easy to make a necklace or a bracelet using leather, silk, beads, and more.
This makes an excellent, quick and easy gift for any lady that celebrates Christmas: a friend, a teacher, a neighbor or a relative!
I made these earrings out of recycled plastic seltzer bottle. They were easy to make, and are light to wear.
Make these butterflies from aluminum cans and turn them into anything you like. I made necklaces and earrings, and already gave a many as little gifts.
This pendant is made from wire and beads. Make it into anything you want: pendant, earrings, or incorporate it as a part of a bigger project.
These earrings were fun and easy to make. They are pretty, a good size, and light.
These bracelets are made out of recycled materials, fabric scraps and lace. I made a whole bunch in all sorts of color combinations.
More DIY Jewelry:
Earrings can be a lot of fun to make. They are usually a quick thing for me. For now there are just a few tutorials here, but I will add many more as I go. Usually I use beads, but you can use feathers, wire, fimo clay, and much more.
Bracelets are so much fun to make. Beaded ones are always nice, but I enjoy using different sort of materials for my bracelets: felt, leather, recycled stuff. The possibilities are endless!
Necklaces are probably my favorite type of jewelry to make. I like that they can me as minimal or as elaborate and loud as you want.
Here are some jewelry diy projects that I couldn’t organize into neat categories. They are shiny though!