Thursday, December 01, 2011

A month of holiday tutorials




So, who's making jewelry gifts this year?  Raise your hands...who hasn't exactly gotten started yet? 

If you're looking for quick and easy, I just might have a link to a good project for you here :-) These are not all necessarily holiday-themed pieces, just pieces that I think you'll like to share.   I'll be sharing more tutorials throughout the next couple of weeks...right up until it's almost too late.  Really though, if you're going to make something for someone, it's never too late!



Polymer clay greeting card necklace 

Eyeglass holder necklace

Enchanted charm bracelet

Button charm necklace

Sparkle wire wrap ring

The easiest polymer clay earrings

Mixed metals necklace

Chain mail bead earrings

Faerie bells necklace

Ethiopian cross necklace

Cobalt and crystal bracelet

Simple pom-pom earrings

Sparkling Pin

Champagne bubbles necklace

Leaf earrings

Bubble earrings

Cherry donut necklace

Pearl-dangle pendant

Stamped resin pendant necklace

Optical lens pendant

Hanging the Moon necklace

Fishing for Trout necklace

Beaded bauble necklace

Wired up beach rock

Textured polymer clay pendant

The simplest pendant necklace

Lots more ideas can be found in our Tutorials posts. Some of these projects are fast and easy, some take more time, but there is plenty there to get you going!



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3 comments:

Eileen Bergen said...

I love the Christmas tree pins! Wish I'd been a subscriber to Jewelry Crafts Magazine in 2006 ;-(

Cyndi L said...

They're super easy! I cut them out with a coping saw, but you can also use a power jig saw if you prefer. I used two-part epoxy to adhere the broken bits of jewelry to them, and epoxied a drop loop to the back to attach a jump ring. That's pretty much it!

ACreativeDreamer said...

Well, I see what the rest of my afternoon is going to be used for... I am off to visit all of these links! Thanks for gathering them Cyndi!

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